Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is a psychological (that is it involves talking) treatment for a range of conditions including depression, drug addictions, anxiety disorders, bipolar disorder, problem gambling, etc. It involves the psychologists trying to correct unhelpful thoughts, behaviours or feelings. 

What happens in CBT?

What happens in CBT?

Professor Gavin Andrews speaks about how CBT is used to treat depression

External linksEdit

  1. Better Health Channel entry
  2. entry
  3. NPS Medicine Wise information