or Cognito-Behavioural Therapy
Cognitive behavioral therapy is a psychotherapy technique. It is the combination of cognitive theory and behavior theory.
In the 1960s, an American psychoanalyst Aaron Beck began working on patients who developed “automatic thoughts”. Negative thoughts about themselves, the world or the future. This technique allows you to progress emotionally and to bring about lasting positive changes.
First baptized by Beck, Cognitive Therapy, it has since become, Cognitive and Behavioral Therapy.
The High Authority of Health (HAS) recommends the TCC approach for the treatment of many disorders such as: