Habit Reversal Therapy

Kat Haley
Mind Map by Kat Haley, updated more than 1 year ago
Kat Haley
Created by Kat Haley about 3 years ago
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A Mind Map explaining the Habit Reversal Process.

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Habit Reversal Therapy
  1. What is it?
    1. It is a system of actions and steps used to help someone break a habit.
    2. How does it work?
      1. Habit Reversal Therapy works through three steps. 1.) Determine the trigger. 2.)Become aware of how often the habit takes place. (Make a tally.) 3.)Choose a new (healthier) habit to replace the old,
      2. Who created it?
        1. It is unknown who discovered it. It is only known that it was discovered in the 1970s
        2. Why does it work?
          1. Habit reversal therapy works because it works to find what causes the habit and replaces then replaces that habit with something else to replace that need.
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