How to perform a CBT Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA) Interactive Tutorial

Clients in contemplation stage of change start to realise they have a problem, although they are in two minds about making any kind of change.
It is important for the therapist or coach to accept ambivalence and to encourage the client to do so also, as an overture to exploring the costs and benefits of the existing problem and any goals the client might be considering.

Carry out a cost–benefit analysis (CBA) to examine the pros and cons of something can help galvanise your client’s commitment to change.