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Entries by Sarah Licata
by Donna Sudak, MD Did you learn CBT through the tradition of “See one, do one, teach one?” Were your instructors and supervisors clinicians who had never learned the principles of adult learning? Did they instead teach or supervise you in the way they themselves had been taught or supervised? Dissemination and training of […]
by Aaron T. Beck, MD Part 3 of 3 Read part 1, A Biography of Cognitive Behavior Therapy Read part 2, The Evolution of CBT in Community Mental Health I think that it is going to take a number of years for us to really get our Recovery Oriented Cognitive Therapy approach fully implanted. The […]
Aaron T. Beck, MD Part 2 of 3 (Read part 1, A Biography of Cognitive Behavior Therapy) At some point, Cognitive Therapy morphed into what was then called Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and continued to be quite popular. It turned out to be widespread, and people came to us from all over the world for […]
You (the therapist) need to use all the basic Rogerian counseling skills. In other words, you need to be a nice human being in the room with the client and treat every client the way you’d like to be treated. And of course, therapists need to work on their own negative reactions to clients. – […]
by Aaron T. Beck Part 1 of 3 I thought I would begin today with a little bit of the history, but as Emerson once said, “There is no such thing as history, only biography.” So I am going to give you my biography and we will see how it wraps up into history. […]
The hallmark of cognitive therapy is understanding clients’ reactions—emotional and behavioral—in terms of how they interpret situations. – Judith S. Beck
“Clients should always be positively reinforced for expressing their doubts and concerns about therapy or the therapist. ” Judith S. Beck
“Every minute in a session is precious, and we want to maximize the time we have to help clients learn to deal with the issues that are most important to them.” Dr. Judith Beck
Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavior Therapy is a leading international source for training, therapy, and resources in CBT.
Soldiers Suicide Prevention (Beck Institute) is a Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) Approved Charity: CFC # 11590
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