By Solon Papageorgiou, 10 October, 2022

Did you know that cognitive behavior therapy can help with anger problems?

Example. Your client's mother gets louder and louder around them; they think their mother is in such a bad mood they feel angry and start yelling at her.

To correct this, you could tell your client that their mother doesn't always act this way and then teach them coping mechanisms, such as breathing exercises to relax and reduce anger.

See how easy it's to use CBT to manage anger?

By Solon Papageorgiou, 10 October, 2022

Do your clients find it hard to motivate themselves? Do they have a hard time organizing their daily lives? Did you know that they can solve these problems with the power of video games and have fun simultaneously?

Here's an app you can suggest to your clients to help them turn their lives into a game. It's called Habitica and it's free:

By Solon Papageorgiou, 10 October, 2022

To use cognitive behavior therapy successfully, you need to understand emotions well because they're an essential part of CBT.

If you don't understand them very well, start by learning the basic emotions from which all others derive:

By Solon Papageorgiou, 10 October, 2022

Brain games have lasting effects on your everyday life and help with cognitive deficits in many mental health disorders.

Try Elevate; it has a lot of free content:

By Solon Papageorgiou, 10 October, 2022

A good therapist needs a lot of knowledge to apply cognitive behavioral therapy well.

Do you know about sociology? It's time to learn some.

Here are some links:

By Solon Papageorgiou, 10 October, 2022

A valuable tool for your clients is the Big 5 Personality Test. Take the Big 5 personality test online and find out what your client's personality is like, what their advantages and disadvantages are, and what actions you need to suggest to help them with their problems: