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Chapter 18 Lecture 3 - lect 35- class and lecture notes

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PSYA02H3
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Lecture 35
oCognitive Therapy
oMost commonly used
oMost broadly based
oCognitive behavior therapy
Thought that are maladaptive to the person
Identify these and provide means that are helpful to think
positively
oThe person is bias in a negative direction in their thinking
Identify the bias thinking
oCognitive therapy was developed by Aaron Beck for the treatment of
depression
Makes statement
Draws conclusions
oThe approach uses Collaborative Empiricism and guided discovery:
Therapist gently confronts client’s beliefs and guides the discovery
of errors
Cognitive therapy often involves doing work b/w sessions (count
the number of times u cause a family conflict)
Empirical info can be used to challenge false belief or develop
strategy to change cognitions and behavior that lead to the problem
Identify situations where the person gets into fights
Probe for notions- data gathering
Give feedback to biasness
Client keeps track of emotions
oVideo on Cognitive Therapy
oMaladaptive reactions
oSelective abstraction- ignores other details
oJump to conclusions- with less data or info
oOver-generalized- applied to all situations
oShow all or nothing thinking- failure everywhere
oAdjust the patients bias thinking to reality
oNeed to build relationship- collaborative empiricism
oA modern ex. Of therapy
oThe therapy sessions we have seen so far had the advantage of showing us
the founders of movements in action
oThese examples are very “dated”
oLets look at an ex. Of how an excellent cognitive behavior therapist might
do today with a client with an eating disorder
oVideo on Modern Cognitive- Behavior Therapy
oAt the beginning identify problem
oEvaluating the effectiveness of Psychotherapies
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Lecture 35 o Cognitive Therapy o Most commonly used o Most broadly based o Cognitive behavior therapy Thought that are maladaptive to the person Identify these and provide means that are helpful to think positively o The person is bias in a negative direction in their thinking Identify the bias thinking o Cognitive therapy was developed by Aaron Beck for the treatment of depression Makes statement Draws conclusions o The approach uses Collaborative Empiricism and guided discovery: Therapist gently confronts clients beliefs and guides the discovery of errors Cognitive therapy often involves doing work bw sessions (count the number of times u cause a family conflict) Empirical info can be used to challenge false belief or develop strategy to change cognitions and behavior that lead to the problem Identify situation
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