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Negative Core Beliefs in CBT

In this video from a recent Beck Institute workshop, Dr. Aaron Beck discusses the effects of unhelpful core beliefs. When individuals’ negative beliefs dominate their thinking, they tend to distort even relatively neutral situations.

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CBT Case Formulation

In this video from a recent Beck Institute Workshop, Dr. Aaron Beck discusses how identifying patients’ beliefs, behaviors, and points of focus is an integral part of cognitive behavioral case formulation. Dr. Beck then provides an example to illustrate how beliefs, behaviors, and points of focus are interrelated and can lead to the activation of core beliefs.

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Cognitive Therapy – Negative Core Beliefs (Part 2)

Dr. Aaron Beck answers questions from participants at Beck Institute’s first ever CBT Workshop in Spanish. In this clip, Dr. Beck discusses how core beliefs influence the impact of traumatic events. The activation of negative core beliefs about one’s situation can make it even more difficult to cope with life after a traumatic event. You can ask Dr. Aaron Beck your own questions at a Beck Institute CBT Workshop. For more information visit www.beckinstitute.org/cbt-workshops.

Cognitive Therapy – Negative Core Beliefs

Dr. Aaron Beck answers questions from participants at Beck Institute’s first ever CBT Workshop in Spanish. In this clip, Dr. Beck discusses the origins of negative core beliefs. He describes the role that parents sometimes play in the development or maintenance of core beliefs in their children. One way to avoid or ameliorate this is by training the parents in CBT techniques. You can ask Dr. Aaron Beck your own questions at a Beck Institute CBT Workshop. For more information visit our website.