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Behavior Therapy

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Clare Taira

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Transcript of Behavior Therapy

Dr. Clare Taira
Dr.Tyler Kochi
Dr. Joanne Pangilinan
Dr.Kaelani Demapan
Behavioral Therapists:
1925
Developed Social Cognitive Theory
Broadened Behavior Therapy
We have choices
1932
Clinical Therapy
Developed multimodal
therapy
Brief,efficient, and
effective psychotherapy

Honolulu
Behavioral
Therapy
Practice

Welcome
B.F. Skinner
Cause and effect link between objective, environmental conditions on behavior.
Albert Bandura
Arnold Lazarus
Four Basic Areas of Development
Classical Conditioning
+
Operant Conditioning

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Social Cognitive Approach

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Cognitive Behavior Therapy
Self directed behavior change
Self Efficacy-belief or expectation
that he/she can master a situation
and bring change
Belief influences how you
think
and
feel
Key Concepts
of
our Practice
Goals of our therapy sessions
40 Years
Was founded by our
founding fathers
cuhstudent.wix.com/behaviortherapy-1
Based on scientific method
Behavior involves cognitions, images, beliefs, and emotions
focus on
present
, and not past
Functional Analysis/Behavior Analysis:

looking at current environment events that help produce behavior change.
Clients are expected to do something that results in change.
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Learning
is core in behavioral therapy

Changes in behavior can occur when there's an understanding of one's self.
Assessments are done to see any change resulting from therapy
Treatments are adjusted to client based on their problem
increase personal choice and to create new conditions for learning
Help client to learn how to identify and cope with potential setback and to help client maintain change over time and acquire behavioral and cognitive coping skills to prevent relapses
Therapists strives to understand function of client and formulates treatment goals and designs and implements plans to achieve them
Through duration of treatment, therapist measures success in reaching goal, emphasis on maintaining change
Our Clients' Experience
We function as
consultants
and
problem solvers
Engages in behavioral rehearsal with feedback until skills are well learned
Client needs to be aware and participate during treatments
Clients need to translate treatments into everyday life
Need to be willing to make changes and to continue implementing new behavior once formal treatment has ended.
Our Philosophy:

"We focus directly on observable behavior, current determinants on behavior, learning experiences that promote change, and rigorous assessment and evaluation."
1950s-1960s
-Huge Departure from Psychoanalytic perspective
-Albert Bandura developed social learning theory
Define specific treatment goals at the outset of the therapeutic process
Conduct a thorough assessment to identify the maintaining conditions.
1980s


2 Most Significant Developments:

Cognitive Behavior Therapy as major force

Behavioral techniques for prevention and treatment of health-related disorders
1990s-2000s...
Brief History
Our Roles as Therapists:
We
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