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...cognitive techniques appears to add little to efficacy. Blood phobics may need tension exercises as well as exposure. There is some limited evidence to suggest that therapist-directed exposure is more effective than self-directed exposure 16 Meta-analytic studies show moderate to strong effect sizes for cognitive and behavioural treatments for social phobia. There is no indication that cognitive therapy or social skills training alone, without an exposure component, whether self-administered or therapist-directed, can be effective 17 Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) delivered by experienced therapists' shows good evidence of efficacy. Two-thirds to three fourths (sic) of patients... Cognitive...
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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Treatment of Alcohol Addiction
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...Cognitive Behavioral therapy for treatment of alcohol addiction in clinical practice al affiliation The effectiveness of Cognitive Behavioral therapy for treatment of alcohol addiction in clinical practice 1.1 Introduction Cognitive behavior therapy can be referred to as talking therapy that assists people who are experiencing mental difficulties (Beck, 2009). The basis of cognitive behavior therapy is to make people think of what can affect how they think and how they behave. When an individual is undergoing mental stress he or she undergoes very many difficulties and behaves indifferently. The CBT practitioners work together to assist these people change how they think... ? The effectiveness of...
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What is the evidence for the effectiveness of Cognitive Behavioural therapy for treatment of alcohol addiction in clinical practice
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...Cognitive Behavioral therapy for treatment of alcohol addiction in clinical practice al affiliation The effectiveness of Cognitive Behavioral therapy for treatment of alcohol addiction in clinical practice 1.1 Introduction Cognitive behavior therapy can be referred to as talking therapy that assists people who are experiencing mental difficulties (Beck, 2009). The basis of cognitive behavior therapy is to make people think of what can affect how they think and how they behave. When an individual is undergoing mental stress he or she undergoes very many difficulties and behaves indifferently. The CBT practitioners work together to assist these people change how they think... The effectiveness of...
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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
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...cognitive therapy achieves better outcomes (Rohde, et al., 2008). According to Butler et al. (2006), there are important questions about the long-term efficacy of CBT. A critical search of literature shows sufficient evidence cognitive therapy reduces potential relapses in patients initially presenting with depression. Overall, available research on CBT documents the following benefits of CBT: Relatively shorter time for completion of treatment Skills learnt during CBT sessions are practical and helpful for everyday coping Its structure nature provides... Russell, M. Saint, L. M. et al. (2013). Assessing suitability for short-term cognitive-behavioral...
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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Essay
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...benefits of evidence-based approaches. This situation has altered radically with the increased use of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) treatments, which are based on the scientist-practitioner model and routinely gather outcome data. Theoretically, CBT can be employed in any situation in which there is a pattern of unwanted behavior accompanied by distress and impairment. It is a recommended treatment for a number of mental disorders, social phobia, obsessive compulsive disorder, eating disorder, substance abuse, anxiety or panic, agoraphobia, post traumatic stress disorder and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Cognitive Therapy is also frequently used... Is it necessary to evaluate thoughts in ...
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Cognitive behavioral therapy Report
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...therapy is commonly known as cognitive therapy also known as cognitive behavioral therapy. The paper critically analyzes the reception of a patient in terms of behavioral characteristics and eventually there is the understanding of the patient’s condition which paves way for psychological resolution of the problem at hand. Cognitive behavioral therapy is a mode of psychology treatment and assessment that involves referral to the innermost emotions that a particular subject has regarding a particular issue at a given setting (Curwen & Ruddell, 2010). This mode of therapy requires deep... ? Cognitive Report Cognitive Report In the field of psychology, it is important to understand that there are various...
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Cognitive Behavioral Family Therapy
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...treatment efforts (Nichols, 2013). Consideration of Social Exchange theory as part of Cognitive Behavioral Family Therapy is very impactful. Specifically, Social Exchange Theory is important in treating couples with certain partners complaining for not receiving commendations for goods deeds. It is also important in improving parent-child relationship in situations where family problem is due to failure of parents... Cognitive Behavioral Family Therapy Cognitive Behavioral Family Therapy is one of the great psychological theories used to treat self and relationship problems. According to the proponents of the original Cognitive Behavioral Theory, human behaviors are products of cognition and experience...
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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
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...treatment to further analyze how the independent variable has influenced the experimental group. It allows the researcher compare posttests of both the experimental and control groups. The design helps answer the research question by permitting the comparison of both groups. The experimental group will receive Cognitive Behavioral Therapy once per week and the control group will not receive CBT treatment. Each subject in the experimental group will complete a pre test and a post test to measure the benefit of the Cognitive... ?Cognitive Behavioral Therapy As an Intervention for New Mothers’ Postpartum Depression and Difficulties with Attachment to Their Newborns This study aims to test if Cognitive...
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Psychology (Cognitive-behavioral therapy)
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...behavioral activation treatments for depression: procedures, principles, and progress. Clinical Psychology Review, 23, 699-717. Moore, R. G. and Garland, A. (2003). Cognitive therapy for chronic and persistent depression. Chichester: Wiley. Thompson, T., Caruso, M., and Ellerbeck, K., (2003). Sex Matters in Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities. Journal of Learning Disabilities; 7: 345 - 362. Williams, LM., Brown, KJ., Palmer, D., Liddell, BJ., Kemp, AH., Olivieri, G., Peduto, A., and Gordon, E., (2006). The Mellow Years: Neural Basis of Improving Emotional Stability over Age. J. Neurosci.; 26: 6422 - 6430.... PSYCHOLOGY Q1. Can an ity figure influence human behaviour Find a recent journal article...
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Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Psychosis
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...Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Psychosis by SID # Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Psychosis Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is a type of therapy that aims to help one to manage his/her problems by changing how they think and act. The principles are that the therapy requires a thorough therapeutic relationship in a two-way effort between the qualified, supportive and empathic CBT practitioners and the client; and relies on the inductive method, a scientific methodology using logic and reasoning (Whitfiled and Davidson, 2007). It is brief,...
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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
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...Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a modern approach in psychotherapy that combines cognitive therapy, REBT and modification of behavior to treat psychopathology and anxiety disorders. Its main focus centers on challenging skewed beliefs and assumptions held by patients that ultimately affect the way they think, feel, react and behave in certain situations. (Willson & Branch, 2006). Generally, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is client centered and the therapist job chiefly revolves around helping the client associate his feelings and thoughts with his behavior, identify unrealistic and destructive expectations and behavior, guiding the patient in replacing such unproductive thoughts... with those...
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Paradigms Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
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...Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Summary of the Case Halima is a nine-year old Iranian girl, who was in the third grade at the Tehran Basic School, during the time of study in August 2012. Halima is the third born in her family, and she lives with her father who is 42 and the 40-year old mother. The two parents are working, and hold doctorate degrees in their respective fields. Her elder brother, who is aged 18, was studying in America at the time. The immediate-elder sister is 15 years old and is in high school. During previous therapy sessions, it had been determined that the parents of Halima were highly rational, insisting on perfection from her, and would rarely express their emotions... Paradigms...
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How can cognitive behaviour therapy be modified to fit the needs of young children
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...Limited Effectiveness and Harmful Effects of Classroom-Based CBT in Preventing Adolescent Depression. The Mental Elf. Accessed on 6 July 2014 from: http://www.thementalelf.net/mental-health-conditions/depression/the-dark-side-of-universal-prevention-limited-effectiveness-and-harmful-effects-of-classroom-based-cbt-in-preventing-adolescent-depression/ DiGiuseppe R. A. (2009). Cognitive and Behavioral Theories in Clinical Practice. Guilford Press. Dummett, N. (2014). Cognitive-behavior Therapy with Children, Young People and Families: From Individual to Systemic...
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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Interpersonal Psychotherapy
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...behavioral difficulties, for its emphasis on the importance and function of the social context/environment and family in the growth and continuation of these problems, for its focus on unspoken ideas about the self and how these could affect emotional and behavioral wellbeing, and for its attention to scientific/empirical assessment approaches to psychopathology and the usefulness of treatments or interventions obtained from them. Cognitive therapy is rooted in the idea that behavior is capable of adjusting and that there is a connection between a person’s behaviors, emotions, and thoughts. A primary focus in cognitive... ?Running Head: Nursing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Interpersonal Psychotherapy ...
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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to Treat Substance Abuse
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...behavior. It is worth noting that, substance addiction and abuse are viewed as learned behaviors that are acquired through experience. Cognitive behavioral therapy treatment is an approach geared towards improving the behavioral and cognitive skills of the patient abusing substances by changing their substance use behavior. The term cognitive behavior therapy or treatment refers to the idea that behaviors and feelings are usually caused by an individual’s thoughts, and not on outside stimuli... ? Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to Treat Substance Abuse Introduction Substance addiction and abuse is a complex illness exemplified by extreme and, often at times, uncontrollable substance craving, coupled with...
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Cognitive/Behavioral Theories in Substance Abuse Treatment
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...cognitive-behavioral theory, the paper will now focus on the goals of this theory. Cognitive-behavioral therapy is a goal oriented, short term psychotherapy treatment that solve problems practically (Nick & Peter, 2007). The goal of this approach is to change the pattern of behavior and thinking that lay behind individuals’ difficulties. This will change the way these individuals feel, think and behave as they find meaning in their world (Marty, 2004). If one changes the perception of an individual, then the individual can live a happy life by accepting change in their life. The chief goal of cognitive-behavioral therapy is help clients to learn better coping mechanisms and skills to handle...
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Analysis and Application of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
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...Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy 0 Introduction Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy (CBT) emerged as a widely used and dominant therapeutic approach in the current times (cited in Rafaeli, 2009). The Psychotherapy Networker (2007 cited in Ryan, et al., 2011) reported that approximately 67% of 2000 helping professionals employ CBT in their practice. The current increase in the use of CBT reflects its efficacy in treating mental disorders. The findings of previous studies showed that CBT is effective in treating mental disorders compared to other approaches (Leichsenring, et al., 2006). CBT pertains to the family of treatment approaches driven to influence dysfunctional emotions... ?Analysis and Application of...
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Critically discuss a therapeutic intervention used in mental health practice i.e. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) in schizophrenia. Learning Outcomes: (1) Articulate the challenges of working in accordance with contemporary mental health policy guida
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...Cognitive behavioral therapy, schizophrenia. Literature review Cognitive behavior therapy initially used in the treatment of individuals with mood and anxiety disorders has been introduced in the recent years to help with the treatment of schizophrenia patients. CBT has been gradually endorsed to target one of the core symptoms of schizophrenia which has been resistant to treatment with medication alone. This intervention has also been employed to address... NURSING Cognitive behavioral therapy used in the management of schizophrenia is one of the many interventions that can be used in patients suffering from schizophrenia. Schizophrenia on the other hand refers to any of the several psychotic disorders ...
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Cognative Behavioural Therapy CBT
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...behavioral Treatments for Comorbid Substance Use and Psychiatric Disorders: Strengths, Limitations, and Future Directions. Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy, 19, p. 52+. 3. DiClemente, Carlo C., 2003. Addiction and Change: How Addictions Develop and Addicted People Recover. New York: Guilford Press. 4. King, Chy. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy And The Treatment Of Addiction. [online]. Available at: [Accessed 05 April, 2011] 5. Marlatt, A., 2007. Relapse Prevention: Maintenance Strategies in the Treatment of Addictive Behaviors. Guilford Press. 6. National Institute on Drug Abuse. [online]. Available... ? Cognitive behavior therapy in treating...
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Outcome studies of a Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Intervention
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...Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT). CBT treatment had been popularly used by many healthcare professionals, psychotherapists, and counselors in managing GAD and its efficiency had been proven in many clinical-based studies conducted by reliable researchers. To begin with, anxiety, according to the National Institute of Mental Health or NIMH (2011), is a normal reaction to stress. It helps the person cope with the different situations in life but once it becomes an excessive... ?Outcome Studies of A Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Intervention in Generalized Anxiety Disorder Everybody experiences anxiety in everyday life, and the level of anxiety and manifestations vary from one person to another. While mild ...
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Effectiveness of Cognitive Behavioral Group Therapy Quantitative Analysis Article
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...limitations that affected the credibility of the results and the views of different stakeholders. It was also difficult to relate CBGT with self-efficacy and assertiveness due to its broad perspective. This proved to be a major challenge to the research study. Works Cited Rita, A. C. S 2010, The Effects of Gestalt and Cognitive -Behavioral Therapy Group Interventions on the Assertiveness and Self-Esteem of Women with Physical Disabilities Facing Abuse. Open Access Dissertations, Wayne State University. Paper 72. Beck... ?Effectiveness of Cognitive Behavioral Group Therapy Quantitative Analysis Article Introduction This research work primarily makes an analysis on twomain research methodologies,...
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Therapy Models - Experiential, Cognitive-Behavioral and Collaborative Language Based
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...Therapy Models: Cognitive-Behavioral, Experimental and Collaborative Language Based. Therapy model in the context of family is a psychotherapy that involves all members of a nuclear family and, in some cases, members of the extended family and is used to help families deal with important issues that may interfere with the functioning of the family and the home environment. Family therapy help family members improve communication, solve family problems, understand and handle special family situations (for example, death, serious physical or mental illness, or child and adolescent issues), and create a...
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Cognitive Behavioral Treatment Modalities For PTSD In Police Officers
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...Cognitive Behavioral Treatment Modalities for PTSD in Police Officers Police officers are at danger for substantial exposure to distressing events. Such incidents include; deaths within line of duty, severe injuries to police, workplace or school killings, police shooting individuals in within the line of duty, witnessing suicides, familial violence, mass fatalness terrorist attacks, for instance, 9/11, and handling deceased bodies. This paper will discuss the cognitive behavioral treatment modalities for PTSD in police officers. CBT employs principles of conditioning and learning to...
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Social Phobia with Psycho-Education and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
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...Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (school) Management of Social Phobia with Psycho-education and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Target Behavior: Social Phobia CLIENT DETAILS Diagnosis: Social Phobia Client Age: 15 years old Client Sex: Female Number of Sessions: weekly 45 minutes 24 individual, three family and the client sessions. Treatment Approach: Psycho-education and Cognitive behavioral therapy Treatment mode: weekly 45 minute-sessions Referral Information Client X is a 15 year old Year 10 student. Student X was referred for counseling by her English teacher due to concerns regarding her anxious behavior. Total sessions... ?Running head: SOCIAL PHOBIA Management of Social Phobia with Psycho-education and...
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The Effects of Animal Assisted Therapy on Anxiety and Depression Among Nursing Home Patients
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...THERAPY REDUCES ANXIETY & DEPRESSION The Effects of Animal Assisted Therapy on Anxiety and Depression among Nursing Home Patients Abstract Animal Assisted Therapy is now used widely as it has healing power to treat psychological, ill health, behavioral and cognitive factors. Previous research evidenced this Animal Assisted Therapy is successful to treat depression, mental disorders, anxiety and other mood disorders. Both children and adults are benefitted by this therapy and therefore patients at nursing homes, hospitals and mental institutions are treated using AAT or Pet Therapy. This research showed successful positive results as to find out Effects of Animal... ?Running Head: ANIMAL ASSISTED THERAPY...
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A pilot trial of a school-based mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for children program for elementary school bullies
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...benefits associated with the use of mindfulness therapeutic intervention, the school teachers will be able to easily “create a happier, healthier, and more focused learning environment” for the students (Fisher, 2006, p. 146). Based on the qualitative feedback from the children and the qualitative feedback from the teacher trainers, the Mindfulness Matters program is acceptable in school settings for students between grades 3 to 5. Even though mindfulness-based cognitive therapy is applicable in the treatment of both the adults and non-adults (Szasz, Szentagotai, & Hofmann, 2011; Meiklejohn et al., 2010; Broderick & Metz, 2009; Gauntlett-Gilbert, 2008, p. 398; Semple, Lee, & Miller, 2006... ? Mindfulness ...
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Awareness and Provision of Animal-Assisted Therapy within the Disability sector
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...Therapy within the Disability Sector Literature Review Introduction Therapy can simply be understood as a process by which a person is subjected to treatment which may be physical, behavioral or mental. Therapy as a health mechanism applies techniques in developing better effective and reliable habits and life styles. Therapy takes several approaches which may be psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral, interpersonal, physchodyamic with all these types aiming at helping people to work through their problems. Therapy as a process starts with a person contacting the therapist to resolve feelings, beliefs, bad behaviors or body sensations. Therapy in itself can... ? Awareness and Provision of Animal-Assisted...
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The psychodynamic and cognitive behavioural therapies
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...treatment approaches anchored on widely divergent theoretical orientations. Although hypnosis could be equally applicable in analytic and behavioral therapies, the nature of the hypnotic relationship brings warrants changes into the treatment structure which sets it off from non-hypnotic forms of therapy. This paper explores the differences... ? Critically Differentiate Between the Psychodynamic and Cognitive Behavioural Therapies and Then Critically Evaluate the Role They Have To Play In Clinical Hypnosis By [Name of Student] [Name of Institution] [Word Count] [Date] Introduction Clinical hypnosis is one of the strategies used by clinicians to treat and help patients manage conditions and issues such as ...
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A Systematic Review of Related Literature in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Intervention
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...cognitive-behavioral therapy intervention that focuses on evidence-based internet intervention program for depression on depressive mood symptoms, cognitive function, and treatment adherence in adult patients at risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD) conducted by Cockayne, Glozier, Naismith, Christensen, Neal, and Hickie (2011). The research design is an internet-based, double-blind, parallel group randomized controlled trial that will compare the effectiveness of online CBT with an online attention control placebo. The target population is Australian adults aged 45-75 years old, where the entire method of research as to the recruitment of participants, interventions... ?A Systematic Review of Related...
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Music Therapy: Helping Children in the Autism Spectrum
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...therapy on cognitive rehabilitation (Koelsch, 2009): Attention Modulation. Music has the ability to capture attention. And therefore has been effectively used for overcoming attention deficits. Memory Modulation. Music influences recognition, analysis, comprehension and memory and therefore has been used treatment of diseases that involve memory deficits such as dementia and Alzheimer’s. Behavior Modulation. Cognition is an important determinant of action and behavior with current evidences establishing that the neural codes involved in both overlap significantly. Mirror neurons are activated both during perception and action; sensorimotor codes responsible for maintaining... ? MUSIC THERAPY: HELPING...
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Does Cognitive Behavioral Therapy work best for Bipolar I or Bipolar II Disorder
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...cognitive and behavioral treatments for psychological disorders. NY: Elsevier. Retrieved March 9, 2011 from http://books.google.com/books?id=LL3bVH1tte0C&pg=PA521&dq=Cognitive+behavioral+Therapy++in+treating+bipolar+I+and+bipolar+II&hl=en&ei=rM93TbaSI9CQswaWq6GKBQ&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=4&ved=0CD8Q6AEwAw#v=onepage&q&f=false Kothari, C.R. (2008). Research Methodology: Methods... ?Running Head: DOES COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY WORK BEST FOR BIPOLAR I OR BIPOLAR II DISORDER? Does Cognitive Behavioral Therapy work best for Bipolar I or Bipolar II Disorder? Insert Name Insert Grade Course Insert Instructor’s Name 9 March 2011 Outline Introduction Research Questions Research Hypothesis Basis and ...
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Cognitive therapy
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...therapy process. In Michael J. Scott's Developing Cognitive-Behavioral Counselling, it was stated that drawing and sharing your conceptualisation of the client's difficulties gives the client a map of how he or she arrived at the present position, and also opens up the possibility that alternative routes could have been taken if the client had known then what he or she knows now. It also highlights the arbitrariness... WORK ESSAY Cognitive Behavioural Therapy According to Dr. Greg Mulhauser, Cognitive therapy (or cognitive behavioural therapy) helps the client to uncover and alter distortions of thought or perceptions which may be causing or prolonging psychological distress. Cognitive therapy suggests...
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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy based approaches to mental health nursing and their application to depression
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...Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Based Approaches to Mental Health Nursing and their Application to Depression of Student Course Title Date of Submission Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is a widely, thoroughly studied type of psychotherapy. There are currently more or less 400 published studies on CBT. This increase is partly because of the continuous application of CBT in mental health nursing. However, numerous questions are still unanswered concerning the general efficacy of CBT, the degree to which its effects continue after the end of treatment, the characteristics of the control groups through which its efficacy has been determined, and varying efficacy... by disorder. This paper...
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The effectiveness of cognitive-behavioral therapy in treating obsessive-compulsive disorder
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...cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to no treatment at all, stress management training, randomized controlled trials, wait list controls, and SRIs to treat OCD. The findings indicate that the first-line treatments are cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) along with exposure and response prevention (ERP) and pharmacotherapy. Serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SRIs) (e.g., clomipramine and various selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs)) are effective in roughly sixty to seventy percent of patients (Simpson, et al., 2008; Freyer et al., 2011). It was also found that in clinical practice, SRIs are used... ? The Effectiveness of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy in treating Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Nixon...
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Cognitive Behavioral & Reality Theory
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...cognitive functioning. iii. It has been quite successful in treating several mental disorders, particularly anxiety disorders and depression. h. Theory Limitations i. The exact influence of cognitive mechanisms still needs further evidence. The dysfunctional cognitive processes observed in psychologically distressed individuals could be an outcome rather than a source. ii. The theory is somewhat limited in scope. Thought processes are merely one aspect of human functions. i. Key Terms i. Cognitive therapy: a form of therapy that focuses on altering adverse behavior through modifying irrational thoughts... Cognitive Behavioral and Reality Theory Case Study Theory: Cognitive Behavioral and Reality...
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Psychodynamic Therapy: Literature Review
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...therapy is an effective therapy. The results indicate that support for psychodynamic therapy was as large as that seen in other studies seen to be empirically supported with treatment benefits even after the end of treatment... ?Running head: Review of Related Literature Psychodynamic Therapy: Literature Review (school) Psychodynamic Therapy: Literature Review Various studies have been carried out on psychological interventions for mental health patients, and many of them provide sufficient support for the use and application of these interventions. This study shall discuss and provide a critical analysis of the different studies related to psychodynamic therapy. In a study by Thyme, et.al., (2007) the...
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Cognitive/Behavioral Theory
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...cognitive-behavioral theory, the paper will now focus on the goals of this theory. Cognitive-behavioral therapy is a goal oriented, short term psychotherapy treatment that solve problems practically (Nick & Peter, 2007). The goal of this approach is to change the pattern of behavior and thinking that lay behind individuals’ difficulties. This will change the way these individuals feel, think and behave as they find meaning in their world (Marty, 2004). If one changes the perception of an individual, then the individual can live a happy life by accepting change in their life. The chief goal of cognitive-behavioral therapy is help clients to learn better coping mechanisms and skills to handle... ?...
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Music as a Treatment for Illness
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...treatment for illness and future perspectives for research and practice. The author suggests that both active and passive forms of music therapy have the ability to significantly help patients in the treatment of a wide range of illnesses, including individuals that suffer physical problems and those who experience mental limitations. Music in non-humans To understand what effect music could potentially have in the treatment of illness in humans, the first step is to examine how this occurs in animals. Music is often uses as a method of treating animals and research suggests that music acts to lower respiration, anxiety and heart rate in animals that were listening... ? Music as a Treatment for Illness...
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Animal Assisted Therapy
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...THERAPY: PROPOSAL TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 2. MENT OF THE PROBLEM 3. STUDY OBJECTIVES 4. HYPOTHESIS5. LITERATURE REVIEW 6. METHODOLOGY AND RESEARCH DESIGN 7. SAMPLE POPULATION 8. ETHICAL CONSIDERATIONS AND LIMITATIONS 9. REFERENCES 10. APPENDIX A INTRODUCTION Over the past 30 years, human-animal interaction research has slowly progressed across a variety of disciplines such as anthropology, psychology, nursing, sociology, and education (Podberscek, Paul, & Serpell, 2000). Recent animal-assisted therapy (AAT) research reveals that therapeutic animals can improve socialisation, reduce anxiety and arousal, and assist with cognitive and behavioral modification... look at the...
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Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing therapy intervention for adolescents with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
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...treatment that is suitable for post-traumatic stress disorder patients. REFERENCES 1. KORN, D. & LEEDS, A. (2002) Preliminary evidence of efficacy for EMDR Resource Development and Installation in the stabilization phase of treatment of complex post traumatic stress disorder. Journal of clinical psychology. 58(12), 1465-1487. 2. EDMOND, T., SLOAN, L., & McCARTY, D. (2004) Sexual abuse survivors’ perceptions of the effectiveness of EMDR and Eclectic therapy. Research on social work practice. 14(4), 259-272. 3. SEIDLER, G. & WAGNER, F. (2006) Comparing the efficacy of EMDR and trauma-focused cognitive-behavioral therapy in the treatment of PTSD: a meta-analytic study... Literature ...
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Evaluate the effectiveness of cognitive behavioural-therapy in the treatment of depression
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...cognitive behavioral therapy in treatment of depression. Introduction The stage of development betweenchildhood and adulthood requires a lot of guidance. This helps the children to understand the responsibilities and challenges that awaits them as they encounter daily life challenges. However, failure to fully interpret the transitional requirements’ appropriately would lead to stressful situations. For instance, adolescence would not appreciate when struggling to make life out of nothing; such condition would lead to conditions which are not limited to frustration, fatigue, sadness and lawlessness on how life is stressful. The paper is aimed at evaluating... from depression (Robin, 2008, p....
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Integration of Motivational Interviewing and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for the treatment of Depression
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...Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in the Treatment of Depression. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice, 18(1), pp. 46-54. Gega, L. & Norman, I., 2013. Cognitive Behavioural Techniques for Mental Health Nursing Practice. In: The Art And Science Of Mental Health Nursing: Principles And Practice: A Textbook of Principles and Practice. New York: McGraw-Hill International, pp. 317-346. Giesen-Bloo, J. et al., 2006. Outpatient psychotherapy for borderline personality disorder: a randomized trial of schema-focused therapy vs. transference-focused psychotherapy.. AMAs...
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Beck's Cognitive Therapy for the treatment of Anxiety disorders such as PTSD,OCD andGAD
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...Cognitive Therapy for Anxiety Disorders Today, there are various modalities used as a form of treatment for cognitive behavior disorders. These include psychodynamic, behavior and psychopharmacological treatments. This paper will focus on elaborating Beck’s cognitive behavioral therapy principles and technique. It will also elaborate on the application of the method in different age, gender and culture. Furthermore, this paper will identify the circumstances under which cognitive disorders develop. According to Beck, cognitive disorder and behavior result from negative thinking and beliefs. Moreover, the paper will elaborate how Beck’s technique is applied in the treatment of cognitive... ? Beck’s...
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Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) in the treatment of phobias - why is it the most effective method
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...treatment of phobias states, “Cognitive-behavioral therapy is a time-limited, present oriented approach to psychotherapy that teaches patients the cognitive and behavioral competencies needed to function adaptively in their interpersonal and intrapersonal worlds. It is a joint effort of therapist and patient, who form a collaborative team to address the patient’s concerns.” (Heimberg, 101) The strong empirical research support that backs CBT, adds to its credibility. Another important fact... ?Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Albert Ellis, the founder of cognitive behavioural therapies, once when asked about his depressing and traverse childhood said, he had learned to face his suffering by, “developing a...
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Cognitive behavior therapy for eating disorders; a transdignostic theory and treatment
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...treatment version termed as CBT-E also address psychopathological process that is external compared to eating disorder (Edward T et al, pp 1127) Various authors argue differently in the particular article. For instance, Mahoney argue that cognitive revolution was well fitted in clinical psychology. This method was revolutionary as it had cognitive mediation in between the response and the stimulus, a switch from an individual an organism that is passive to an active person who seeks goals, problem solving and information processing. According to Ellis, an individual’s behavioral and emotional reactions were arrived at by an individual’s irrational belief on stimuli... Psychology In the past there has...
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Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapy
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...Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapy Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) is one of the major orientations of psychotherapy and represents a unique category of psychological intervention because it derives from cognitive and behavioral psychological models of human behavior that include for instance, theories of normal and abnormal development, and theories of emotion and psychopathology. The term cognition is used in several different loosely related ways. In psychology it is used to refer to the mental processes of an individual, with particular relation to a view that argues that the mind has internal mental states (such as beliefs, desires and intentions... Research Methodologies and Philosophy in...
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Treatment of Social Phobia with Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Psycho-Education
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...Treatment of Social Phobia with Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Psycho-Education Target Behavior: Decrease or eliminate Social Phobia CLIENT DETAILS Diagnosis: Social Phobia (Social Anxiety Disorder), Generalized. Client Age: 15 Client Sex: Female Number of Sessions: 20 Treatment Approach: Psycho-education and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Treatment Mode: One session for one hour, once per week. Referral Information Client X is a 15 year old female who was referred to counseling by her Turkish teacher after a...
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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
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...cognitive behaviors, thus the development of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Relevance of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to Students’ Own Practice There are various benefits that students aspiring to focus on solving mental challenges can access by applying Cognitive Behavioral Therapy as one of the methods. To begin with, research has shown that the application of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is pertinent for provision of mental health treatment owing to the fact that it has been proved to be efficient in solving a series of different mental health challenges through application... Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Background Information The contemporary society is characterized by a scenario whereby there are...
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Cognitive Development and Limitations
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...Cognitive Development and Limitations October 24, 2005 The learning emphasis of children ages three to five should be placed on academic work rather than social skills or self esteem. Children of this age group may seem unready to learn on an academic level, however, they just are at a lower level stage of mental development. "According to Piaget, spoken language does not bring with it a mature rational intelligence: it assist but is distinct from logic." (Boden, 46). A child born deaf and unable to talk will still gain cognitive skill in the same manner as other children. Jean Piaget was a Swiss psychologist that did research in developmental psychology. He developed... Preschool Children:...
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Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
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...Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Cognitive behaviour therapy is refers to pragmatic, action-oriented treatment approach used in psychotherapy for significant mental disorders (Wright, 2006). It was developed by Aaron Beck who proposed that depression was the result of conscious negative thoughts of depressed individuals viewing the future as bleak and empty (Knapp and Beck, n.d.). Therefore, to review the framework of cognitive behaviour therapy, this paper discusses the crucial concepts of how the therapy works. In psychiatric cases, cognitive...
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