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library name : کتابخانه مرکزی دانشگاه علوم پزشکی شهید بهشتی
Document Type : Latin Book
Language of Document : English
Record Number : 3301
Doc. No : 423
Main Entry : Wills, Frank.
Title & Author : Beck's cognitive therapy [Book]:distinctive features/ Frank Wills
ISBN : 9780415439510(hbk.)
Publication Statement : London ;New York: Routledge,, 2009.
Physical Description : viii, 184 p.: , ill. , 20 cm.
Series : (The CBT distinctive features series)
Note : Print
Bibliography, Glossary and Index : Includes bibliographical references (p. 167-178) and index.
Contents : Prelude : Beck and his group -- Cognitive therapy is organised around a formulation -- Different problem areas in cognitive therapy are marked out by specific cognitive themes -- Cognitive therapy varies according to the areas to which it is applied -- Cognitive functioning is organised around the existence of deep schemas -- It is helpful to understand the evolutionary underpinnings of psychological problems -- Beck has described a variety of levels and types of cognition -- Cognitive distortions play a key role in emotional problems but not necessarily 'irrational' -- Images also contain key elements of cognitions distortions -- Cognition, emotion and behaviour interact with mutual and reciprocal influence on each other -- Safety behaviours, including avoidance, reassurance seeking and hyper-vigilance play a crucial role in maintaining anxiety -- Strategies that address negative attention bias strengthen the cognitive therapy model -- Meta-cognition, the way people think about thinking, also influences the way they feel and behave -- Promoting mindfulness of and mindful attention to negative thoughts is likely to form a major part of cognitive therapy in future -- Beckian epistemology has a clear process for developing appropriate therapeutic knowledge for cognitive therapists to follow -- Protocol development and the specification of skills have proved important factors in linking CBT theory and practice -- Cognitive therapists use formulation to focus therapeutic work -- Cognitive therapists, like other therapists, use formulation to tackle interpersonal and alliance issues -- Cognitive therapy requires a sound therapeutic relationship -- Cognitive therapists stress the importance of collaboration in the therapeutic relationship -- Cognitive therapy is brief and time-limited -- Cognitive therapy is structured and directional -- Cognitive therapy is problem- and goal-oriented -- Cognitive therapy initially emphasises the present time focus -- Cognitive therapy uses an educational model -- Homework is a central feature of cognitive therapy -- Cognitive therapists teach clients to evaluate and modify their thoughts -- Cognitive therapy uses various methods to change cognitive content -- Cognitive therapy uses a variety of methods to change cognitive processes -- Cognitive therapy uses a variety of methods to promote behavioural change -- Cognitive therapists have developed the measurement of therapist competence.
Subject : Beck, Aaron T
Subject : Cognitive Therapy
Subject : Psychoanalytic Theory
NLM Classification : ‭WM 425.5‬‭W741b 2009‬
 
 
 
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