Cbt Intervention Model

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CBT is considered an intervention attempt in order to help identify social, affective, and cognitive participates of pathological substance abuse. The article examines the use of CBT in order to reduce the quantity or frequency of substance use along with examining the numerous studies that support CBT in promotion of abstinence rates of substance abuse. CBT is an effective coping strategy used and participants will not only experience an increase in self-efficacy but are less likely to consume in the desired substance along with relapse prevention. The article takes a deeper look into the mechanism of change in CBT that suggest that an increase in coping skills is the active ingredient in CBT in order for patients to be successful at limiting
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