Cognitive Behavior Therapy: Thinking Positive

Reporter Alix Spiegel profiles one patient — a woman we'll call Judy Smith — who sought Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to help her deal with her social phobia. We spend time with Judy, show how the therapy works and find out why it helps her in ways that her psychoanalysis did not.

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