David D. Burns, author of the now-classic, Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy was Part of Beck’s team that developed CBT at the University of Pennsylvania in the 1980s . . . 1,700 total views Originally posted 2019-02-26 22:11:09.
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Lynn Clark, PhD, Author, Clinical Psychologist, Professor Emeritus of Psychology at Western Kentucky University . . . 1,655 total views Originally posted 2019-02-28 19:51:48.
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How will I know if I’m getting ‘real’ CBT Judith Beck, PhD answers . . . 2,118 total views Originally posted 2017-07-09 21:58:37.
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Are your thoughts true? Here is one for you. When you are aware of thinking a thought, do you automatically assume that it is true, factual and valid? 1,349 total views Originally posted 2017-09-20 07:37:03.
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In a recent discussion, someone wanted to know more about what I meant in a comment where I said that, in the end, all talk therapy is limited. Here is what I said: 4,447 total views Originally posted 2014-05-09 20:11:21.
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We have been discussing the approach of Dr. David Burns, renowned member of the Beck team which developed Cognitive Therapy in the 1980’s, best-selling author of the evergreen “Feeling Good: The New Mood Therapy” and many other fine books on CBT. 2,862 total views Originally posted 2014-10-01 20:41:19.
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Dr. Ellis coined the term “awfulize” by transforming the adjective “awful” into a verb. The language of REBT can sometimes sound a little contorted, especially when employing “ePrime,” in it’s preference for using more verbs and adverbs than nouns and adjectives. Now, it is official! “Awfulizing” has made it to the big time and is […]
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