cognitive therapy


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cognitive therapy

[¦käg·nəd·iv ′ther·ə·pē]
(psychology)
A method of psychological treatment that emphasizes changing a person's maladaptive processes of thinking, perceptions, and attitudes.
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Indices of the difficulty in interpersonal communication breakdown survey also showed that cognitive therapy was able to reduce problems such as lack of enjoyment of association with others, fear of one's close friends, difficulty for keeping a job and a defensive back up.
The cognitive therapy involved a specialist working collaborativly with a patient to reappraise psychotic experiences and modify unhelpful thought patterns and behaviours.
Depression relapse prophylaxis with mindfulness-based cognitive therapy : Replication and extension in the Swiss health care system.
* If a patient suffers side-effects from an AD, cognitive therapy or an AD from a different class should be offered.
Creed, Reisweber, and Beck's Cognitive Therapy for Adolescents in School Settings (2011) is a valuable addition to the library of clinicians and clinical supervisors who are responsible for delivering and overseeing such services.
Indeed, after the researchers controlled for posttreatment depression severity patients with higher DAS score were at greater risk of relapse/recurrence over 20 months (hazard ratio=1.01) and 32 months post randomization (HR also 1.01) after completion of the acute phase of cognitive therapy, compared with patients with a 1-unit-lower DAS score.
The book is divided into three parts; Part One: Cognitive therapy--The Theory, Model and Structure, Part Two: Cognitive Therapy in Practice and Part Three: The Wider Context of Cognitive Therapy.
A recent study randomized 158 patients who didn't respond to antidepressant therapy to either cognitive therapy with clinical management or clinical management alone.
MBCT integrates the mindfulness training of MBSR with cognitive therapy techniques (Table 1) to prevent the consolidation of ruminative, negative thinking patterns that contribute to depressive relapse.
Cognitive Therapy Techniques For Children And Adolescents
Seventy received CBT--including education, motivational interviews, relaxation training, cognitive therapy, problem-solving training and sleep management--and 64 others received usual care, which included biweekly telephone calls and minimal support.
Beck is the Director of the Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy and Research in suburban Philadelphia and Clinical Associate Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania, where she teaches residents.

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