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Updated: Mar 28

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Behavior therapy, otherwise referred to as behavioral psychotherapy entails clinical psychotherapy that encompasses techniques acquired from behaviorism. Individuals practicing behavior therapy focus on particular, learned behaviors and how they are shaped by the existing environment. People who practice behavior therapy are known as behaviourist or behavior analysts. Their work entails finding treatment outcomes that are entirely goal-oriented and measurable. Behavior therapy involves various methods with a wide range of techniques aiming in addressing the affected person's psychological issues. The traditional behavior therapy is designed around respondent conditioning and operant conditioning in solving an affected person's psychological problems.

Behavioral psychotherapy is often intertwined with cognitive psychotherapy. Cognitive-behavioral therapy integrates behavioral and cognitive psychotherapy in addressing the client's presenting issue.

Applied behavior analysis, abbreviated as ABA, refers to applying behavior analysis which entirely focuses on the environmental factors impact learning principles, specifically towards the respondent and operant conditioning. The measures aim at identifying likely behavioral change processes, often relied upon in clinical therapy. Cognitive-behavior therapy looks at cognition and emotions as the causative factors to overt behavior and psychotherapy treatment plans the likely measures in managing the situation. Hallmark techniques and measures relied upon in behavior therapy are essential components of cognitive psychology, in combination with analytical behavior principles of punishment, habituation, counterconditioning, and analytical function.

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