How CBT Helps People with PTSD?

How CBT helps people with PTSD?

CBT means Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, it is one of the psychotherapies for people with PTSD. The goals of PTSD CBT include:

  • Change the way of people with PTSD in evaluating their environments, feelings and thoughts.
  • Teach people with PTSD to face stressful problems or situations in a much more healthier way.
  • Reduce PTSD symptoms and problematic behaviors.
  • Improve patients’ quality of life.

CBT techniques are as follows:

  • Self-monitoring: Allow patients to write down their feelings and thoughts in response to certain stressful situations.
  • Behavioral experiments: Take part in behavioral experiments or situations once you feared, try to look at the world in a new way.
  • Cognitive restructuring: Help patients to gather new evidence against their former negative evaluations towards certain stressful situations or things.

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