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Cognitive Behavior Therapy

Identifies the major components of cognitive behavioral therapy and the causative relationship between environmental events, thoughts, emotions, and behavior. Lists the common types of flawed and irrational beliefs that create depression, anxiety, and stress. Describes the “ABC” process of converting irrational thinking into rational thinking. Describes cognitive-behavioral treatment strategies for depression and anxiety. Defines “allostasis” and “allostatic load” aspects of stress and describe the “Stress Inoculation Training” approach to stress management.
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Hour 1

    1.    Introduction to cognitive-behavior therapy
    2.    “ABC” Model
    3.    Rational vs. Irrational thoughts

Hour 2

    1.    Flawed thinking habits
    2.    Common irrational thinking patterns
    3.    Rational self-analysis

Hour 3

    1.    Depression
    2.    Anxiety
    3.    Stress

 

Learning Objectives

      1. Identify the major components of cognitive behavioral therapy and the causative relationship between environmental events, thoughts, emotions, and behavior.
      2. List the common types of flawed and irrational beliefs that create depression, anxiety, and stress.
      3. Describe the “ABC” process of converting irrational thinking into rational thinking.
      4. Describe cognitive-behavioral treatment strategies for depression and anxiety.
      5. Define “allostasis” and “allostatic load” aspects of stress and describe the “Stress Inoculation Training” approach to stress management.
Products specifications
Instructor M. Howard, Ph.D.
Accreditation Cognitive Behavior Therapy accreditation
# of Pages 65
Contact Hours: 3
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