Some of these tips for using cognitive behavioural therapy incorporate general techniques, while others are targeted to specific issues.
Articles on: CBT Techniques
Thought and imagination disorders tend to produce and maintain the behavioural clusters associated with jealousy, such as over monitoring, constant reassurance seeking, angry outbursts, and attempts to control what the partner does. So with all this in mind, here a few approaches we can use with our jealous clients.
Help free your clients from unhelpful depressive thought patterns by working with their unconscious and conscious minds.
CBT techniques can be useful for less severe anxiety conditions, when used with skilled approaches that work directly to calm feelings. Here are three easily applicable ways we can focus on the thinking and behaving part of a person to give them control back.