Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is currently one of the most important approaches in the field of psychotherapy. However, the use of CBT in child psychotherapy is still new. This method of treatment was useful for children and adolescents after the 1990s.
Today, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is used in the treatment of anxiety disorders. In many scientific studies and articles, the benefits and the effects of CBT are evaluated and positive comments are available. In these scientific articles, CBT is concerned with reducing anxiety symptoms as well as anxiety.
It is stated that it is effective in the treatment of disorders and that these effects are permanent (Cartwright Hatton 2004).
Anxiety disorders are one of the most common problems of child and adolescent psychiatry. Studies have shown the efficacy of CBT in the treatment of anxiety disorder in children and adolescents. In some scientific articles it is stated that the activity is permanent. The primary goal of CBT in children and adolescents with anxiety disorders is to change inappropriate learning and thinking patterns.
Now and here, the roots of current problems are tried to be understood. In the process, the factors that maintain the symptoms are emphasized. treatment
By increasing coping skills, stress-induced symptoms are tried to be reduced.
social skills training,
The methods are applied considering the child’s troubles.
The anxiety-specific scales are used for evaluation and follow-up. Particular attention should be paid to the age and level of development of the child when using assessment tools and treatment methods.
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