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The Benefits of Alternative Therapies

CBT is the most widely used form of therapy in the United States. CBT usually is meant for people with mild depression so people with severe and crippling depression might not find CBT helpful. Group therapy can be helpful for depression and trauma. Group therapy also helps you to interact and open up to other people and see how they are making progress so you can learn how to progress yourself. The support sysytem of group therapy is also very helpful.

Key Takeaways:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy focuses on balancing beliefs and thoughts that can cause issues with positive activities.
  • Even though Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is often used throughout the United States, it might not benefit every patient.
  • Two therapies that can help where CBT doesn’t are Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing, and Group Therapy.

“Cognitive behavioral therapy is one of the most commonly used therapy practices in the United States.”

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