Thank you for your thoughtful article. It has been demonstrated that CBT is a highly effective therapy for dealing with stressful situations. Specialized questioning methods may be used by social workers to help clients identify their ideas. You might ask, “What was going on in your head?” Alternately, what were you thinking at the moment? Your argument is interesting. Clients may agree with some of the treatment principles, but their biased views are still intact. Clients may sometimes indicate they understand cognitive therapy concepts on an intellectual level but may not be able to recognize any real improvements.
Simmons and Griffiths (2017, p. 7) subsequently state that customers may be less motivated to improve. It is possible that the client will be forced to attend therapy sessions. Incentives for clients must be established by the social worker during the early stages of therapy. Social workers must be able to focus on the benefits that treatment will bring for clients.
These obstacles can be overcome and the effectiveness of Cognitive therapy sessions with clients should be increased. Asking the client about his negative or suicidal thoughts may help. Customer will be able to monitor his or her own thoughts. Clients will be able to observe their thoughts and challenge those that are not.
Cognitive behavioral therapy can be used to treat anxiety disorders and trauma. According to Yale University’s study, it is effective. CBT proves to be more effective than medical treatment in treating anxiety disorders. The research also shows that CBT lasts longer. CBT was more effective than placebo for the treatment of social anxiety disorder (Kaczkurkin & Foa, 2022). This suggests that cognitive-behavioral treatment is effective in treating social anxiety disorder. As a social worker, cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), is a better option than treatment.