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    According to the textbook, behavioral and cognitive therapies are closely related that it is “rare” not to find them mentioned together in variety of literature. However, despite having such near commonalities, both therapies are unique in their own way when assisting the needs of a client. Behavioral therapy deals with changing the maladaptive behavior that the induvial has learned from their environment via operant or classical conditioning and observational learning or vicarious conditioning. Behaviorist are concerned with the current behaviors that are observable and attempt to disengage the connection of the stimulus and undesired response that in a way has lead the client to become self-destructive. In order to break that unwanted response behaviorist have a variety of therapeutic techniques that are catered to the needs of the client, some of which include exposure therapies and assertiveness training.…

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    Introduction Treatment models based in cognitive behavioral theory have been regarded generally as effective treatment for trauma. The bases of cognitive behavioral therapy is to address and redevelop the cognitions of an individual who has experienced trauma that in turn influences their behavior. As such, the following evaluation examines the efficacy of cognitive behavioral therapy interventions as best practice for recover with sexual assault survivors diagnosed with posttraumatic stress…

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    compulsions, also certain sex, anger, and sleep issues, and many others. There are many different techniques that can be used in cognitive behavioral therapy, and depending on the cognitive distortion, some work better than others. For example, Exposure and response prevention works well with obsessive compulsive disorder. It is where a person is around whatever triggers the compulsive behavior but not allowed to engage in the compulsive behavior. Relaxation is another technique used. This…

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    patients would take the correct corresponding therapy. Most of those negative effects happen simply because patients are not doing the correct therapy. For example a patient would not do anger management therapy for depression, so that could be a possibility as to why the negative effects of therapy take place. Therapy is important for patients and individuals because therapist can give expert feedback, therapists are good listeners and offer essential insight. Therapist are trained to consult…

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    Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a treatment of choice working within the limits of NHS for depression. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is another form of psychotherapy treatment which mainly includes several questions such as: How do you think about yourself, the surrounding world in which you live and also, about the other people. Similarly, what could be your steps or actions in order to affect your thoughts and feelings in a positive way? This entire theory of CBT was mainly developed by Dr.…

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    Cognitive restructuring, a core component of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is literally, changing one’s thinking (Prochaka & Norcross, 2014, p. 226) in order to control and change negative thoughts, which can be linked to toxic and damaging behaviors, moodiness, depression, and irritability since one’s thoughts drive everything they do (Kamphoff, 2018). Repeated thoughts become both automatic and if repeated long enough, beliefs (i.e., one’s interpretation of a situation). An activating…

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    Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a second generation therapy practice. It has become the most widely used type of psychotherapy for treating depression, delinquency, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder (Hanna, 2007). Treatment is concentrated on exploring the relationships between thoughts and feelings and how they influence behavior. According to Montgomery and Taylor (2006) by focusing on negative patterns of thinking that lead to self-destructive behavior and the beliefs that direct these…

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    Determining the most effective treatment for a patient suffering from depression is crucial. Beidal, Bulik, & Stanley, 2014 state that a combination of therapies and antidepressants is the most common today and typically effect for most people (p.224). Therapies like cognitive-behavioral and interpersonal therapy are the most common forms of therapy used when treating depression. Cognitive-behavioral therapy focuses on identifying and changing patterns of thought (Beidel, Bulik, & Stanley, 2014,…

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    Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) has become one of the most widely used mental-health treatments by modifying thought distortions and maladaptive behaviors (Olatunji, Cisler, & Deacon, 2010; Ege & Reinholdt-Dunne, 2016). CBT reduces anxiety symptoms, particularly by mediating attentional biases to threat and interpretative biases of emotionally-ambiguous situations (Beard, 2011; Hadwin & Richards, 2016). However, the role of emotional regulation, the ability to control one’s emotional…

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    therapists use a broad spectrum of treatment. Typical therapy involves methods such as operant conditioning techniques, exposure therapy, and behavioral activation therapy. All of these treatments aim to change overt behavior or to alter negative cognitions as a result of changes in behavior. Most behavioral therapies tend to produce positive short-term results, but are not as effective in the long-term after treatment is completed. This influenced behavior therapists to introduce integrated…

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