By Keith S. Dobson
This version within the Theories of Psychotherapy sequence® presents a short and available survey of this well known, time-limited type of psychotherapy for particular practical problems.
The writer offers a old review of the method; an overview of the cognitive healing version and its primary tenets, corresponding to maladaptive schemas, automated ideas and cognitive distortions (e.g., maximization/minimization, fortune-telling, catastrophization); and an summary of evidence-based techniques, in addition to "collaborative empiricism" within the healing alliance.
Cognitive remedy examines the therapy's strategy, evaluates its facts base and effectiveness, and indicates destiny instructions within the improvement of the therapy.
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