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Overview

Cognitive Therapy for Alcoholism is a type of psychotherapy that helps individuals recover from their addiction by ensuring that they identify the different thoughts and impulses that lead to the abuse of the substance. CBT for Alcohol Addiction can help a person improve self-control, recognize risky situations where they are more likely to drink, avoid triggers that make them drink, and more. Why is this necessary?
That’s because Alcohol Addiction is a serious mental health disorder. It causes severe health issues ranging from physical issues, mental issues, and social health issues. Alcohol Use Disorder can be treated through various treatment approaches, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is one of the treatment approaches.
CBT is preferred as a treatment option since it has fewer side effects and is painless in nature. It also accelerates recovery when it is a part of a comprehensive treatment program.
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What is CBT?

CBT or Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a psychotherapeutic approach that helps people understand the thought processes behind their behaviors and helps them modify these processes.

Who can conduct CBT sessions?

A trained and licensed clinical psychologist, therapist or counsellor can conduct CBT sessions for individuals.