Cognitive Therapy

"Cognitive therapy is based on the idea that, to quite a large extent, our feelings can be the result of our thoughts. Take the following example: at night you hear a noise in the garden. If you think it is a burglar you will feel frightened. If you think it is a fox you may feel curiosity, if you think it is your cat you may feel contented. In other words, how you interpret an event is the key determinant of how you feel about it."

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