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Copy of COUN 200 CBT

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Transcript of Copy of COUN 200 CBT

Is this Friday?
Where are we now?
Psychodynamic
Individual Psychology
Person Centred
Bandura & Skinner
Aaron Beck
Link between learning and behaving
Difference?
Behavioral approach focuses on learning what to DO CBT knowing what to do is limited
Must first change ineffective thinking
It's not what you DO but how you THINK
Change thinking opens door opens to new possibilities of behaving
Behavior is product of learning
Both the product and producer of our environment.






Behave because we have learned how.
Major Focus?
CBT focus on thinking
Impact of thinking on behavior choices
CBT concepts:
Faulty thinking
Cognitive distortions
"Whoa ...
We've got work to do here crew...
Time for a major change to those original learned behaviors. This thing is way over warranty ...
Might have to use heavy reinforcers ..."
Change your thinking =
"Change the voices in your head"
Current behavior
Appropriate?
Measurable Goals
Relationship?
Collaborator Teacher Coach Consultant
Behavior Techniques...
CBT Techniques... assessment ... cognitive restructuring ... behavior activation ... relapse prevention
Applications?
Limitations?
Education
Life Skills
Social Skills
Addictions
Stress management
Parent Training
Clinical Research
Depression
Anxiety
Key Concepts
Relationship between Cognitive and Affective Domains
This is ME
These are my thoughts
These are my feelings
Think ?
Feel?
Where exactly do those feelings go?
Sometimes ... just maybe ....???
Is it really all in
your
head?

The Romano Family?
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