By Robert Leahy PhD, E. Thomas Dowd PhD ABPP
A digital who is Who within the box of cognitive psychotherapy! Tracing the heritage and derivation of cognitive psychotherapy, the authors speak about its fresh advancements as an evolving and integrative treatment. Chapters illustrate the functions of cognitive psychotherapy to regard such issues as nervousness, melancholy, and social phobia. different chapters talk about integration with remedy versions equivalent to schema-focused and constructivism. New empirically-based study is stated for treating the HIV-positive depressed patron, the anorexic or bulimic patient, in addition to making use of cognitive remedy to relatives and team concerns.
Aaron Beck, E. Thomas Dowd, Robert Leahy, W.J. Lyddon, Michael Mahoney, Robert A. Neimeyer are one of the stellar members to this book.
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Over the years and in response to criticisms, Ellis has modified his thinking away from a strictly cognitive approach; in the process changing the name of his therapy from rational therapy (RT) to rational-emotive therapy (RET) to rational-emotive-behavior therapy (REBT) to reflect these shifts. From the behavioral side, Albert Bandura and Donald Meichenbaum were the seminal figures. Although originally a behaviorist, Bandura (1977a, 1977b) developed social learning theory, based on the principle of reciprocal influence or counterconditioning.
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