WHAT IS IT?
Behavioral therapy is a therapy also known as the" behavior therapy". Everyone behaves in their own way. The environment and the people around us constantly change. Many say that people do what they have seen as part of their surroundings, which affects their behavior.
TYPES OF BEHAVIORAL THERAPIES
Applied Behavior: It means modifying problematic behavior.
Cognitive behavioral therapy: People focus more on the problematic thoughts which cause their behavior makes more problematic.
Dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT): It copes with both cognitive and behavioral technique. It actually helps people to overcome the fear for what situation are they facing.
Exposure therapy: This therapy depends on practicing different relaxation strategies to help get rid of the fear they are facing from different activities.
Rational and emotive behavior: An approach that helps you identify irrational beliefs and negative thought patterns that may lead to emotional or behavioral issues
Social learning theory: People learn from people to observe what others are doing. By seeing other people, one can change a lot.
Some techniques that can work a lot with behavior therapy are changing one's surroundings - bad influences can change people, helping people who are in hard situations through stretching, meditation, and deep breathing.