By Judith S. Beck
Written in a transparent, step by step variety, this excellent educating textual content makes cognitive treatment instantly available to scholars in addition to to execs new to cognitive remedy. the writer makes use of a unmarried case instance to illustrate tips on how to conceptualize sufferers in accordance with the cognitive version, plan therapy, behavior an preliminary consultation, constitution remedy inside and throughout periods, include homework, and use cognitive and behavioral concepts. teachers will have fun with the book's emphasis on formulating situations, making judgements inside remedy classes, diagnosing difficulties in treatment, and utilizing complex innovations to change middle ideals and underlying assumptions. Transcripts in each bankruptcy richly illustrate the narrative.
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All right? P: Yes. T: Well, before we go on, let me just quickly summarize what we’ve done so far. We’ve set the agenda, reviewed your forms, talked about why you came for therapy and started a goal list. The therapist efficiently reviews the patient’s presenting problem, determines that the patient is not at risk for suicide and that there have been no significant developments since the initial intake evaluation, and helps the patient translate specific problems into goals for therapy. If the patient had been at risk for suicide, had important new information to impart, or had difficulty specifying her problems or goals, the therapist would have spent more time in this phase of the initial session (but would, of course, have had less time for other items).
1). If the patient resists filling out forms, the therapist adds this problem to the agenda so he can help her identify and evaluate her automatic thoughts about completing forms. 1. Graph of Sally’s objective test scores. Structure of the First Session 31 tient, perhaps settling for 0–100 ratings or low/medium/high severity ratings in order to maintain their collaboration (see Chapter 5). REVIEW OF PRESENTING PROBLEM, PROBLEM IDENTIFICATION, AND GOAL SETTING In the next section, the therapist brief ly reviews the patient’s presenting problem.
Had he decided against further explication of the cognitive model, he would take care not to have the patient blame herself for failing to catch on. (“It’s sometimes hard to figure out these thoughts. Usually they’re so quick. It’s no big deal. ”) In the next section, the therapist probes for automatic thoughts in the form of visual images. Patients tend to have much more difficulty identifying these visual automatic thoughts and may not be able to provide examples. Nevertheless, they are much more likely to recognize and report images if they are alerted to them early in therapy.