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Re: CBT is not very popular around here. Why?

Posted by emmanuel98 on May 10, 2009, at 21:00:31

In reply to Re: CBT is not very popular around here. Why? TherapyGirl, posted by obsidian on May 10, 2009, at 19:44:30

I have been seeing a p-doc for psychodynamic therapy every week for a few years. He wanted me to also do CBT/DBT. I was in a DBT group for a while, until the schedule began to conflict with my job. Now, for the past year, I have met every two weeks with a social worker who does DBT/CBT. The combination of behavioural therapy and psychodynamnic therapy has been wonderful for me. The behavioural part helps me with practical skills -- mindfulness, meditation, identifying dysfunctional thoughts and reactions. I also still find my weekly therapy sessions worthwhile to deal with meds and to learn how to accept love and deal with feelings of dependency. I consider myself lucky that my insurance will pay for both.




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