Behavior therapy is a focused, action-oriented approach to mental health treatment.
According to behavioral theory, some behaviors develop from things you learned in your past. Additionally, your external conditions help shape your behavior. Some of these behaviors can negatively affect your life and the lives of others or cause trouble.
Behavioral therapy can help you change your behavioral responses.
In behavior therapy, you won't spend much time talking about the unconscious reasons for your behavior or dealing with emotional difficulties.
Instead, you'll focus on ways to change the behavioral responses and patterns that cause trouble.