A comprehensive literature review on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is discussed in the present article. CBT has been one of the most appropriate treatment methods for people with anxiety and depression and is an effective treatment for depressive disorder in adults of all ages and is associated with continuous improvement over time. Key findings on the archival research pointed about Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as one of the most systematically researched and updated psychosocial treatments for depression in adulthood under investigation. Discussion and recommendations for future research compile the present work.
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