New PDF release: An Introduction to Modern CBT: Psychological Solutions to

By Stefan G. Hofmann

ISBN-10: 0470971762

ISBN-13: 9780470971765

An creation to trendy CBT presents an simply available creation to fashionable theoretical cognitive behavioral remedy types. The textual content outlines the several thoughts, their good fortune in bettering particular psychiatric issues, and significant new advancements within the field.

• Provides an easy-to-read advent into smooth Cognitive Behavioral treatment methods with particular case examples and hands-on remedy techniques
• Discusses the theoretical types of CBT, outlines the various concepts which have been proven to achieve success in enhancing particular psychiatric problems, and describes vital new advancements within the field
• Offers valuable tips for therapists in education and is a useful reference instrument for knowledgeable clinicians

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Another way of examining the validity of a thought may be accomplished by encouraging patients to directly test their hypotheses through behavioral experiments, in conjunction with exposure techniques. As discussed in Chapter 1, the types of maladaptive cognitions show considerable differences between the disorders and can generally be classified into misconceptions due to probability overestimation, a cognitive error that occurs when a person believes that an unlikely event is likely to happen, and catastrophic thinking, a cognitive error that occurs when one exaggerates the negative outcome of a situation.

Initiating a change requires enormous motivation and courage, because the strategies to overcome the problems are typically difficult, painful, or distressing. In addition, the person cannot be certain whether the therapeutic strategies will, in fact, result in the desired consequences. Therefore, the treatment goal has to be desirable and achievable in order for the patient to be ready for change and to fully engage in treatment. This readiness for change can be enhanced by conducting a cost-benefit analysis of having the problem and comparing it with a cost-benefit analysis of being free from the problem.

Treatment can then become a struggle between therapist and patient, rather than a collaborative process. In order to avoid this, the therapist responds to resistance or ambivalence expressed by the patient not with confrontation, but with understanding and empathy with the goal to explore alternative perspectives from the patient. The change strategies have to be initiated by the patient, not the therapist. Resistance from the patient is to be expected. As a response to this resistance, the therapist typically engages patients in discussion to explore ways to resolve this ambivalence by discussing problem solving strategies while at the same time validating the patient’s concerns, using open-ended questions to invite new perspectives and facilitate problemsolving strategies.

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