Techniques and therapies

Techniques applied to individual, couple and group consultations.

This type of therapy is the result of the fusion of cognitive therapy, whose central nucleus is thought, and behavioural therapy, which studies behaviour. The union of these two psychological currents has a solid scientific basis and uses techniques such as cognitive restructuring (CR) to identify and confront the irrational thoughts and beliefs that disturb us and interfere with the proper functioning of our mental health and daily life, often due to cognitive distortions or errors in the interpretation of what we experience. Cognitive restructuring uses the strategy of Socratic questioning to deprogram irrational thoughts. Another approach used by cognitive-behavioural therapy is the rational emotive behavioural therapy with its A, B, C model, which works with the perception of an event, its interpretation and the belief generated by this, and the emotions generated in the person.