COGNITIVE- BEHAVIORAL THERAPIES, REALITY AND HOW TO APPLY THEM IN THE CLINICAL SETTING
In This research we will address the topic of cognitive behavioral therapy, which is considered one of the modern therapeutic methods, and although the Field of contemporary psychotherapy abounds with multiple schools and methods that may reach more than a hundred forms of psychotherapy, behind this contradiction, ron zen 1990 considered CBT as a model for the best therapeutic strategies because it contains an integrative view of the expression of behavior. This integration lies in the various currents in psychotherapy. cognitive behavioral therapy as in effective set of procedures that include assessment, planning, decision- making, and behavioral playing techniques, as the therapist plays an active and supportive role in it, using several technique, from psychological of thinking with education to role-playing and live or imagined behavioral exposure, which helps patients to deal, patterns adaptive. Is also based on cognitive-behavioral therapy on the cooperative therapeutic relationship between the therapist and the patient, in the light of which the personal responsibility of the patient is determined for all his distorted thoughts and irrational, dysfunctional beliefs that may be considered primarily responsible for those disorders he suffers from or the consequent distress and distress, cognitive-behavioral therapy is also based on the light of thinking, expectation and beliefs in the development and persistence of disorders and thus intends to change them by using procedures derived from learning theories based on learning and cognitive processes. Certain, the problem posed by this research is what are cognitive-behavioral treatments? How effective and efficient is it in solving psychological problems? Can it be a psychotherapeutic alternative to medication in solving psychological and mental disorders? The research aims to highlight the concept of cognitive-behavioral therapy and to indicate its principles, importance and goal- identifying the multiple theories of cognitive-behavioral therapies, highlighting examples of cognitive-behavioral therapy practices- detecting the extent to which this technique is practiced in reality in psychiatric clinics and the extent of the efficacy of these treatments in solving psychological problems and the various disorders of anxiety, tension and jealousy. - evaluation of the activities of psychiatric. - learn effective psychological therapies.
Keywords: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Reality, Application, Clinical Medium