Cognitive behavioral therapy or CBT is a research-based modality and an effective treatment for substance misuse. CBT emphasizes the importance of thinking about what we do how we feel and is a general term for classifications of other therapies. In order to treat addiction, CBT has two key components. First, functional analysis – where the therapist and patient work together to identify Circumstances, thoughts, and feelings that occur before and after drug use. Second is skills training. This is a step where patients learn new and healthy habits to replace old, destructive habits When used as part of a recovery program, CBT has been proven extremely promising.