Behavioral Experiments in Cognitive Therapy

In this video from a recent Beck Institute Workshop, Dr. Aaron Beck discusses the use of behavioral experiments in cognitive therapy. He explains that behavioral experiments are more than just “getting the patient active”. Instead, they are also used to help the client test and then modify inaccurate and unhelpful beliefs that impact healthy functioning.

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