Behavior Therapy

Behavior therapy is a form of psychotherapy based on the principle that unfavorable behaviors and thought patterns have been learned and can therefore be unlearned. By practicing new ways of behaving and thinking, patients in behavior therapy are actively involved in the healing process.Another characteristic of behavioral therapy methods is that they help patients to help themselves.


The focus is on providing patients, after insight into the causes and history of their problems, with methods that can empower them to overcome their psychological complaints.