Decision Making

 

Why do I need Decision-Making skills?

Making decisions in the face of uncertainty can cause undue fear and distress, and a desire to avoid making decisions which “might cause catastrophe”. An inability to commit to one decision over the other can result in a failure to make any decision, or to second-guess a decision once it’s been made, causing psychological distress.

 

How do I learn Decision-Making skills?

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) provides patients with a clear model for making and committing to decisions in the face of uncertainty and fear. Patients learn to accept responsibility even when no clear decision can be made, and to trust their decision after it’s been made. Clear steps are given to guide the patient through the emotional process. The CBT Institute also provides an option to practice with an in-the-field liaison in order to help the patient adopt these skills in real-life settings.

 

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