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Positive Psychotherapy versus Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

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How is Positive Psychotherapy treatment different from Cognitive therapy?

What are main goals for each of these therapist when assisting their clients during treatment?

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One of the reasons that positive psychotherapy treatment is different from cognitive therapy, is due to the fact that positive psychotherapy involves the practitioner helping the patient to develop a sense of hope by viewing their dysfunction or psychological condition from a positive point of view. This essentially means helping the individual to understand that their psychological condition is actually helping to reveal deeper underlying problems or issues that the individual may have, and provides a grand opportunity to explore, understand, and remedy those underlying ...

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