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Behavior Therapy
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Every psychiatric problem has to be dealt with from the basis of it all because for every behavior to manifest there must be a force or a motivation behind it. It is very evident that people act the way they do because of a specific reason or as a reaction to self-defense so… Psychoanalytic approach is built on the belief that one may behave in a certain way…
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Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy: Principles and Practices
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Rational emotive behavior therapy is an active directive and comprehensive empirically and philosophically based psychotherapy that focuses on resolving behavioral and emotional disturbances and problems and allowing people to lead joyful and more gratifying lives. … Ellis’ book asserts that rational emotive behavior therapy is a psychotherapeutic system of…
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Cognitive Behavior Therapy: Origins and Current Applications
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Cognitive Behavior Therapy: Origins and Current Applications Name University Name Introduction: Cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) is referred to a form of treatment based on psychotherapy that enables patients to understand those thoughts and feelings that are capable of influencing their behavior.… The present study focuses on this method of cognitive behavior…
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Basic difference between Behavior therapy and Psychoanalysis
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In Behavior therapy, which is also called behavior modification or behaviorism, sets up rewards and punishments to change thinking patterns and shape behavior which can also involve relaxation training, stress management, biofeedback and desensitization of phobias.… The therapist (psychoanalyst) helps the client "uncover" unconscious motivations, unresolved…
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War Veterans Treated by Cognitive Behavior Therapy
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Running head: PTSD AMONG WAR VETERANS PTSD among War Veterans Treated with Cognitive-behavioral Therapy (name) (school) (date) One of the most common mental health issues which war veterans are afflicted with is post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). This affliction is most often founded on their combat and war experiences, experiences which often significantly affect their emotional and behavioral coping in their post-war activities.…
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A controlled evaluation of family behavior therapy in concurrent child neglect and drug abuse
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The study aimed at evaluating effectiveness of a family-based behavioral therapy on treating mothers who have been referred from child protective service for drug abuse and for neglecting their children. Existing literature on the research field shows that a significant number… Experimental studies on behavioral therapies show improvements among parents who…
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Dissection Of Cognitive Behavior Therapy & Solution-Focused Brie Therapy As Effective Counseling Approaches
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The essay "Dissection Of Cognitive Behavior Therapy & Solution-Focused Brie Therapy As Effective Counseling Approaches" attempts to compare approaches that have been gaining popularity as effective counseling methods namely Cognitive Behavior Therapy and the Solution-Focused Brief Therapy.… Beck (1987) came up with the concept of “negative cognitive triad”…
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Treatment of Social Phobia with Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Psycho-Education
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The treatment of social phobia has been two fold. The evidence shows that some medications are useful in treating this disorder and certain types of therapy are useful. Compton et al. (2004) state that Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) works very well with adolescents because they are a compilation of many interventions.… Target Behavior: Decrease or eliminate…
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The Use of Cognitive Behavior Therapy in Aggression-Related Impulse Control Disorders
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The purpose of this paper will be to explore the uses of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) in the treatment of intermittent explosive disorder (and related disorders), especially in those with mental retardation, using Mr. C as a clinically relevant case.… The essay discusses that there are a number of examples in the literature relating to the treatment of…
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Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) in the treatment of phobias - why is it the most effective method
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This paper explains the various realms of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Phobic Neurosis. Through the systematic and scientific use of secondary sources of information, the paper establishes a connection between the various phobias and their treatment through CBT. … This research will begin with the statement that Albert Ellis, the founder of cognitive…
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Quantitative & Qualitative research sample size for Cognitive Behavior Therapy vs. Solution-Focused Therapy
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Comparing CBT and SBT for Anxiety Disorder Authors Name Institution Griffith (2007) conducted a quantitative study seeking to evaluate the effectiveness of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and Solution Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) in the treatment of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder among young adult.… In addition, patients with suicidal ideation and…
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Cognitive behavior therapy for eating disorders; a transdignostic theory and treatment
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The CBT of BN was described first in 1981. After several years Fairburn defined a detailed procedure that had the theory’s complete exposition on which it based the… ver evaluation of weight and shape and the method has been taken into account to suit for all kinds of disorders in eating , hence making it to be transdiagonistic. The new treatment version…
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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy in Managing Challenging Behavior
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Cognitive development is an amalgamation of various factors that include communicating effectively and implementing ideas effectively. In order to zero in on the projects that deliver effective communicative and collaborative principles in their implementation, one needs to manage the complex of non efficient learning activities.… (Johnson, 1996. p 44 to 89)…
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Behavior Couples Therapy for Alcoholism and Drug Abuse
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Behavior couples therapy comprises multiple sessions of therapy intended foe a couple when either or both partners exhibit a problem with alcohol or drugs.… Moreover, the therapy also focuses on strengthening relationships between couples after the detriment brought about by substance or drug abuse. This paper will highlight the basis and functionality of the…
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Eating Disorders Journal of Behavior Research and Therapy
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The article which I have selected for the purpose of this assignment is titled “The Thin Ideal, Depression and Eating Disorders in Women” written by Mandy McCarthy. … As the name suggests, the article is based on the aspiration of females to achieve the “Thin Ideal” figure and the physical and psychological impact which this aspiration has on them. The article…
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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to Treat Substance Abuse
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Substance addiction and abuse is a complex illness exemplified by extreme and, often at times, uncontrollable substance craving, coupled with compulsive substance seeking and use that endures even in the face of devastating out comes.… Substance abuse behavior therefore results mainly from the long term substance exposure on the functioning of brain.…
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Efficacy of Treatment Approaches in Out-Patient Therapy
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Anti-depressant medications have been considered as the best outpatient treatment for most depressive disorders, despite the fact that reviews and evidence suggesting otherwise that evidence-based psychotherapies are just as effective as pharmacotherapy when it comes to treating… so finds that REBT is not only efficient and useful in a wide range of outpatient…
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Integrative Couple Therapy Questions
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Communication training is used to teach couples how to communicate more constructively (Brandell, 2011). One of the ways of using… The therapist should also be active during the training, showing couples how to communicate openly, clearly and directly (Jacobson & Follette, 1985). The therapist should be there to identify situations in which couples get stuck,…
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Assignment 4 Brief therapy
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The book by Budman, Hoyt & Friedman (1992) showcases various approaches in implementing Brief therapy for troubled individuals, couples and even families. It does away with long-term treatment usually descriptive of intensive and effective psychological counseling or… or “How can the therapist provide what is needed to get the patient unstuck?” (Budman, Hoyt &…
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Computerized Therapy
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In this case, the computer takes issues from a person just like in the case of a human. Human therapists are tasked with the role of listening to the emotions of people and finding a way of… This will be instrumental for understanding therapy and the application in the case of a computer. It should be noted that computerized therapy was developed during the…
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Group therapy orination
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Group psychotherapies include psychoanalytic, interpersonal, gestalt, transactional, crisis, supportive, cognitive-behavior, family and other types such as self help and recovery groups. The common goal of group therapies is to relieve symptoms, change perceptions, improve… The American military in World War II also used group methods to treat large numbers of…
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Good Will Hunting and Cognitive Therapy
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Cognitive-behavior therapy is a therapy that tries to find solution to behavior problems by understanding and changing the cognitive structure of human being. The main assumption of cognitive-behavior therapy is that the events in the… This avoidance again reinforces his negative thinking and strengthens his fears, and eventually the fear…
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Cognative Behavioural Therapy CBT
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Cognitive behavior therapy in treating substance addictions Introduction A solution to human problems should be found in their minds. Cognitive behavior therapy in treating addictions to alcohol and drugs is focused on in-minds transformations. This therapy has a specific characteristic in comparison with other kinds of treatment.… What is CBT? There are…
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Five Year Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Follow Up With Borderline Personality Disorder
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Research Proposal Five Year Dialectical Behavioral Therapy Follow Up With Borderline Personality Disorder Name: Course: Instructor: Date: Abstract The research proposal broad objective will be to prove the effectiveness of a five-year dialectical therapy follow up with Borderline Personality Disorder.… Moreover, a considerable proportion of the patients…
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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
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Cognitive Behavior is the study of human disorder from what they think and from what they do. It focuses on the problem and difficulties in human behavior such as: depression, anxiety, panic and phobias, obsessive compulsive disorder cause by drug addiction.… Failed to solved the problem within can cause fear or anger and self-defeating or damaging behavior.…
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