Behavior therapy refers to Psychological treatment used to help patients substitute desirable responses and behavior patterns for undesirable ones. It is a kind of psychotherapy used to treat depression, anxiety disorders, phobias, and other forms of mental disorder.
It involves recognising distorted thinking and learning to replace it with more realistic substitute ideas. Behavior therapy techniques include assertiveness training, systematic desensitization, exposure and response prevention, and modifying the environment and activity schedules to improve mood and functioning. Behavior therapy is often used in conjunction with cognitive therapy.
Behavior Therapy refers to treatment that focuses on the environment that surrounds the patient, as well as reinforcement and conditioning principles that affect the patient and his or her illness.
Behavior Therapy refer to array of therapeutic methods based on the principles of behavioral and cognitive science, as well as principles of learning as applied to clinical problems. It considers specific behaviors rather than inferred conflicts as legitimate targets for change.