A Behavior Therapy called CBT or Cognitive Behavioral Therapy that is believed to be a very useful method used for treating OCD. Cognitive Therapy (CT) and Exposure Response Prevention (ERP) are two of the main evidence-based techniques involved in the treatment of CBT.
Many of us have wondered at times why we can feel so clear about what we want in our lives and yet we are not living in a way that fulfills that vision. We find ourselves saying things like, “I know what to do, why don’t I do it?” or “I said things that I didn’t mean.” or “I didn’t want to,but I couldn’t help myself”.
Mindfulness-integrated Cognitive Behavior Therapy is a proven therapy with ‘mindfulness’ at its core. Another factor in the MiCBT therapy is Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT). CBT covers many areas and methods of dealing with psychological issues and conditions that cause anxiety and build up the stressors in a person’s life.
The Trauma Resiliency Model (TRM) helps clients restore balance and a sense of resilience even in the face of difficult emotions. Through processing that is done in session as well as skills that are taught, clients become better able to deal with symptoms of trauma as they arise.