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Overview

Nervousness, worry, or self-doubt are all examples of anxiety. Sometimes the source of anxiety is obvious, and other times it isn't. Everyone has anxiety at some point in their lives. However, people might be greatly affected by overpowering, persistent, or "out of nowhere" dread. Talking to a therapist can assist when anxiety gets in the way. Although some people with anxiety are withdrawn, this is not the case for everyone. When you are willing to share your thoughts and feelings with a therapist, psychotherapy works best. Therapy can benefit people of all ages, including children, as well as people of various backgrounds and abilities. The most important factor to remember is that psychotherapy takes time. Forming a bond with your therapist will take time, and changing the thoughts and behaviours that aren't working for you will take time as well. Cadabams assures you the best treatment provided by quality mental health professionals using psychotherapy for anxiety.
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What type of psychotherapy is best for anxiety?

Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is the most commonly used therapy for anxiety disorders. It has been shown in studies to be effective in the treatment of panic disorder, phobias, social anxiety disorder, and generalised anxiety disorder, among many other conditions.

What is the success rate of psychotherapy?

Approximately 75% of people who seek psychotherapy benefit from it in some way.