Cognitive intervention

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A cognitive intervention is a form of psychological intervention, a technique and therapy practiced in counseling. The various types of cognitive interventions are practiced in cognitive psychology.[1]

Types[edit]

The range of Cognitive Interventions are:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mary B. Ballou, Psychological interventions: a guide to strategies, Greenwood Publishing Group, 1995