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Chapter 32. Cognitive-Behavior Therapy

Jesse Wright, M.D., Ph.D.; Michael Thase, M.D.; Aaron Beck, M.D.
DOI: 10.1176/appi.books.9781585625031.519825

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Dr. Wright is a stockholder in Mindstreet and Empower Interactive, developers of software for computer-assisted CBT. Dr. Beck receives royalties from sales of the “Good Days Ahead” software for computer-assisted CBT discussed in this chapter.

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Basic cognitive-behavioral model.Source. Reprinted from Wright JH, Basco MR, Thase ME: Learning Cognitive-Behavior Therapy: An Illustrated Guide (Core Competencies in Psychotherapy Series, Glen O. Gabbard, series ed.). Arlington, VA, American Psychiatric Publishing, 2006, p. 5. Copyright 2006, American Psychiatric Publishing. Used with permission.

Case conceptualization flow chart.Source. Reprinted from Wright JH, Basco MR, Thase ME: Learning Cognitive-Behavior Therapy: An Illustrated Guide (Core Competencies in Psychotherapy Series, Glen O. Gabbard, series ed.). Arlington, VA, American Psychiatric Publishing, 2006, p. 51. Copyright 2006, American Psychiatric Publishing. Used with permission.

Mr. W’s coping card.This example shows how Mr. W, a middle-aged man with bipolar disorder, developed an effective coping strategy for managing anger in situations with his girlfriend.Source. Reprinted from Wright JH, Basco MR, Thase ME: Learning Cognitive-Behavior Therapy: An Illustrated Guide (Core Competencies in Psychotherapy Series, Glen O. Gabbard, series ed.). Arlington, VA, American Psychiatric Publishing, 2006, p. 120. Copyright 2006, American Psychiatric Publishing. Used with permission.
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Cognitive errors
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Adaptive and maladaptive schemas
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Pathological information processing in depression and anxiety disorders
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Methods of enhancing collaborative empiricism
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Key elements of cognitive-behavior therapy case conceptualization
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Structuring procedures for cognitive-behavior therapy
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Psychoeducational materials and programs for cognitive-behavior therapy
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Methods for identifying and modifying automatic thoughts
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Two-column thought recording
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Thought Change Record—an example
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Methods for identifying and modifying schemas
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Schema modification through examining the evidence
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Schema modification through listing advantages and disadvantages
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Schema modification through generating alternatives
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Behavioral procedures used in cognitive therapy
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Modifications of cognitive-behavior therapy for personality disorders

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