Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is a more effective method compared to psychotropic drugs and other traditional methods of psychotherapy. CBT has the richest scientific evidence base, which no other type of psychotherapy has at its disposal. Research by leading psychologists around the world has confirmed the effectiveness of CBT methods: extensive analysis of more than 200 articles, each of which contains a review of hundreds of publications.
CBT is also a methodology that combines various tools from other effective methods, such as meditation, proper breathing, a proper sleep schedule, physical exercise, mindfulness, and others.CBT is one of the few methods that allows for self-improvement of psychological well-being. This methodology is also the fastest-acting. For example, anxiety due to depression can be reduced in as few as 10 CBT sessions.