Getting Out Of Drama Triangle

Nicole Rodriguez, Psychotherapist, Care and Counseling at Baptist Health Florida, explains she uses in her sessions the cognitive behavioral therapy, which consists of recognizing your thought pattern and then changing it in order to change your behavior. Teresita Calero, Psychotherapist, Care and Counseling at Baptist Health Florida, highlights the goal is taking personal responsibility for your actions and choices that you make, so you can get out of the drama triangle.

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