By Stefan G. Hofmann
An creation to fashionable CBT offers an simply available advent to fashionable theoretical cognitive behavioral treatment versions. The textual content outlines the several suggestions, their good fortune in enhancing particular psychiatric issues, and critical new advancements within the field.
• Provides an easy-to-read creation into glossy Cognitive Behavioral treatment ways with particular case examples and hands-on therapy techniques
• Discusses the theoretical versions of CBT, outlines the various strategies which have been proven to achieve success in bettering particular psychiatric issues, and describes vital new advancements within the field
• Offers valuable suggestions for therapists in education and is a useful reference instrument for knowledgeable clinicians
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Self-monitoring forms are often used to guide this process. Like any bad habit, the way we interpret things tends to be very resistant to change. The first step toward change is to realize that there are many different ways an event can be interpreted. In order to interpret an event, we need to formulate hypotheses, which ultimately determine our emotional response to the event. As discussed, the goal of treatment is to test patients’ hypotheses and, if these hypotheses are invalid, to modify them in order to develop a more realistic perspective of the real world.
But despite the differences in the CBT conceptualizations of and approach to treating these different psychological problems, the strategies are firmly rooted within the basic CBT approach—namely, that maladaptive cognitions are causally linked to emotions, behaviors, and physiology, and that correcting maladaptive cognitions results in the elimination of psychological problems and greater general well-being. Strong scientific evidence for this general model has come from the field of affective neuroscience and emotion regulation research.
For example, the thought of killing another person may be considered morally equivalent to performing the act. This moral component is assumed to be the result of the erroneous conclusion that experiencing “bad” thoughts is indicative of one’s “true” nature and intentions. General Approach of CBT Although CBT is a popular treatment method, there are a number of false beliefs (cognitive errors, if you will) concerning what (modern) CBT is all about. Contrary to popular belief, CBT does not mean that therapy is limited to cognitive modification.