Cognitive Therapy: Basics and Beyond by Judith S. Beck

By Judith S. Beck

Written in a transparent, step by step type, this perfect educating textual content makes cognitive treatment instantly obtainable to scholars in addition to to pros new to cognitive treatment. the writer makes use of a unmarried case instance to illustrate easy methods to conceptualize sufferers in keeping with the cognitive version, plan remedy, behavior an preliminary consultation, constitution remedy inside of and throughout classes, include homework, and use cognitive and behavioral concepts. teachers will take pleasure in the book's emphasis on formulating instances, making judgements inside treatment classes, diagnosing difficulties in remedy, and utilizing complicated ideas to change middle ideals and underlying assumptions. Transcripts in each bankruptcy richly illustrate the narrative.

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Therapists are urged to test these ideas directly through implementing the structure as specified and noting the results. Therapists who initially feel awkward with a more tightly structured session often find that the process gradually becomes second nature, especially when they note the accompanying results. The basic elements of a cognitive therapy session are a brief update (including rating of mood and a check on medication compliance, if applicable), a bridge from the previous session, setting the agenda, a review of homework, discussion of issue(s), setting new homework, and summary and feedback.

58) the therapist makes throughout the session, the final summary ties together the threads of the session and reinforces important points. The summary also includes a review of what the patient agreed to do for homework. In the early sessions, the therapist summarizes; as therapy progresses, the therapist encourages the patient to summarize. T: Well, let me summarize what we talked about today. We set the agenda, checked your mood, set some goals, and explained how your thoughts inf luence your feelings.

I think I’ll be able to. T: Good. But even if you can’t, that’s okay. You’ll come back next week and we’ll work on it together. All right? P: Sure. In this section, the therapist explains, illustrates, and records the cognitive model with the patient’s own examples. He tries to limit his explanations to just a couple of sentences at a time and asks the patient to put into her own words what he has said so he can check on her understanding. ) He also makes sure that the patient writes down the most important points.

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