Introduction CBT, or Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, has been clinically and non-clinically used to address a number of disorders and medical conditions in ailing individuals. The methods that are applied in the administration of CBT therapy are designed not only to solve the problems that the patients are suffering from, but also to help the patients overcome the necessity to be constantly under medication to alleviate pain and suffering resulting from the same disease. Components and their Uses There are a number of components of CBT that are extremely essential to the success of the entire therapy. Many of these components are hinged on the effectiveness of the medical practitioner in administering CBT as a mode of therapy. Needless to say, failure to incorporate some or all of these components results in a complete failure of the entire process.