CBT for People with Disabilities

In this video from a recent CBT workshop at the Beck Institute, Dr. Aaron Beck discusses how to use cognitive therapy with people who have disabilities. He discusses how an individual’s specific negative beliefs about his or her disability can lead to other disorders, including depression and suicidality. Dr. Beck then outlines three main objectives for therapists working with patients with disabilities.

To attend a workshop at the Beck Institute, visit our website.

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  1. Surender Dhalwal
    Surender Dhalwal says:

    Hi I am a Clinical Psychologist working with persons with visual impairment. I need research articles based on effectiveness and use of CBT on persons with disabilities , particularly on persons with Visual Impairment or blindness.

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