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Practitioners trained in psychotherapy are called clinical psychologists. Clinical psychologists apply cognitive-behavioral therapy and tests in our hospital.
Since human behavior is very diverse, the number of subfields in psychology is constantly growing and developing. Each field of psychology represents a specific field of study that focuses on a specific topic. Cognitive-behavioral therapy, one of the fields of psychology, is applied in our hospital.
Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is a form of psychological treatment that has proven effective for a range of problems, including depression, anxiety disorders, alcohol, and drug addiction, marital problems, eating disorders, and severe mental illness.
The basic principle of CBT is that psychological problems are partly based on erroneous thinking. For this reason, people suffering from psychological problems can learn ways to cope better with them so they can alleviate their symptoms.
Treatment for CBT often involves efforts to change thinking patterns. These strategies can include:
Learning to recognize problematic thought distortions and then reevaluate them in the light of reality
A better understanding of other people’s behavior and motivation
Using problem-solving skills to deal with difficult situations
The long-term goal of therapy is to reinforce patients’ self-confidence. CBT aims to help individuals learn to be their therapists. Through in-session exercises and homework exercises are for patients to develop coping skills where they can learn to change their thoughts, problematic feelings, and behaviors.
Family and couple therapy
Family and marriage therapy is a form of psychotherapy that addresses the behavior of all family members and the way these behaviors affect not only the individual but also the relationships between the family as a whole. Therefore, participation in therapy occurs not individually, but by couples or family members together.
Physical and psychological problems treated by family and couple therapy include marital and couple conflicts, parent and child conflict, alcohol and drug addiction, sexual dysfunction, eating disorders and weight problems, children’s behavioral problems, and elderly care. Psychologists also deal with mental health issues such as a family member’s depression, anxiety, or schizophrenia, and the impact these issues have on the rest of the family.
Adolescence and youth therapy
Adolescent counseling is a type of counseling that aims to help teenagers understand their emotions, behaviors, and thoughts. This type of counseling is important in guiding children into adulthood and helping them understand themselves better.
Adolescence is the period when a child transitions from childhood to adulthood and usually takes place between the ages of 10 and 19. During this period, the young adult begins to experience a lot of mental and physical changes. Physically, adolescents begin to see changes in their bodies, and when changes in hormones begin to affect their mood and thought, they become extremely sensitive and begin to experience fluctuations in their self-esteem and mood swings. Adolescent therapy can facilitate the youth adjustment process and prevent major mistakes from being made during this period.
Therapy in mental illness
Psychotherapy, or talking therapy, is one way to help people with a wide variety of mental illnesses and emotional difficulties. Psychotherapy can help eliminate or control unpleasant symptoms and thus increase a person’s well-being.
Problems that psychotherapy can help include difficulty adapting to everyday life, trauma such as the death of a loved one, the impact of medical illness, and certain mental disorders such as depression or anxiety. There are several different types of psychotherapy, and some may work better with specific problems or issues. It can be used in combination with psychotherapy, medication, or other treatments.
These mental illnesses; may cover many conditions such as obsessive-compulsive disorder, anxiety disorder, schizophrenia, and these patients need to be integrated with the psychiatry department.
Therapy for phobia
Approaching phobias with cognitive behavioral therapy includes techniques such as seeing the feared object or situation differently and learning ways to overcome them. It enables us to develop alternative beliefs about fears and bodily feelings and their impact on life. Instead of feeling overwhelmed by thoughts and emotions, CBT emphasizes learning to develop mastery and confidence in the patient.
CBT aims to improve behaviors (such as eating regular meals) to obtain physiological benefits rather than talk about change. People should keep a continuous record of eating or cleaning behaviors, be willing to talk and have the ability to think rationally to gain information, recognize the negative aspects of the disease, and gain motivation to try new behaviors. These are the habits that the CBT aims to bring to the clients.
One of the main goals of CBT is to help the client overcome negative thought patterns so that they can make better choices in their actions and behavior. In general, people with panic disorder are generally more susceptible to negative thoughts, which can lead to decreased self-esteem and increased anxiety.
CBT helps people with panic disorder improve the way they manage their symptoms. When a person has a panic attack, they may not be able to control it, but they can learn how to deal with their symptoms effectively. The aim is to enable clients to become their therapists and thus offer permanent treatment.
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)
ADHD is a chronic and permanent delay in self-regulation skills. Delays in these patients create procrastination, disorder, poor time management, emotional disorganization, impulsivity, and inconsistent motivation. These problems can be seen in both children and adults.
Individuals growing up with ADHD (especially if undiagnosed) experience more frequent and frustrating difficulties in their life – (at work, social interactions, and daily organization). This sometimes causes negative emotions, cognitive distortions, and unhealthy self-beliefs.
CBT intervenes to improve daily life struggles (procrastination, time management, and other common challenges). CBT sessions focus on identifying situations where poor planning, disorder, and inadequate time and task management create difficulties in a patient’s daily life.
Sessions can help the individual cope with obligations such as paying bills or completing work on time and encourage efforts that provide personal satisfaction and well-being, such as sleep, exercise, or hobbies.
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