Cognitive Therapy Behavior: A Case Study

2036 Words 9 Pages
Therapeutic interventions are utilized within therapy after a specific problem is identified and diagnosis is given. There are many options when one is struggling, dealing, and facing specific issues; therapy is just one form that helps address unwanted behaviors and assist with change. Theories are created to help guide and direct specific therapies to address an individual’s internal and external issues. Psychology is defined as the study of the mind, by changing unwanted behaviors and actions need to begin with addressing the thought process were they are created.
Cognitive therapy behavior has some therapies that has stemmed from it, one being cognitive therapy which deals with changing unwanted beliefs and thoughts in the mind. This
…show more content…
Modeling is an intervention utilized by a therapist to elicit a desired response (Leahy, 1997). Modeling is common in Cognitive therapy because it assist with changing ones thought process by observing appropriate behaviors to alter the negative ones. Modeling is a way to display positive behaviors to represent the positive and appropriate those behaviors that are wanted to be seen in the client. Luscious feels that his current behaviors, parenting techniques, and interaction with others are perfect. Despite him acknowledging that he was never taught or shown an example of appropriate behaviors and other imperative skills. Modeling will assist Luscious with the goal of establishing and maintaining healthy relationships. Mr. Lyons inability to appropriately communicate, aggressive outburst, and poor impulses is a transparent through his parenting style, peer /family/employee relationships, and lack of appropriate social skills. This intervention would be introduced to him through role playing exercises to demonstrate and display appropriate social skills, communication, and behaviors to sustain healthy …show more content…
The first compatibility is that within the bible it discuss one speaking change into existence and their being power in the tongue. The Bible says proverb 23:7(NKJ) “For as he thinks in his heart, so is he, Eat and drink!” he says to you, but his heart is not with you”. This coincides with Cognitive therapy’s foundation being to change ones behavior through there thought process. By speaking words into existence can change behaviors by acknowledging positive thoughts to demonstrate positive behaviors and

Related Documents