Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Graciela Jimenez, Psychotherapist with Care & Counseling, and Amy Exum, Psychotherapist with Care & Counseling at Baptist Health South Florida explain about the meaning of cognitive behavioral therapy. They say cognitive behavioral therapy brings different tools about the thought-stopping techniques and the way how to help the patient to change them. “How to intercede into that," Jimenez says.

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