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    Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy may be more helpful than other treatments; "When mindfulness is combined with cognitive therapy, one of the things we see is people being trained to regard their thoughts as just thoughts and not to get ensnared by them," said Richard Davidson, of the Center for Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. He also makes this statement, "Relapse is a very significant problem with depression, and mindfulness-based cognitive therapy may be particularly…

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    1. - Client/extratherapeutic factors - Relationship factors - Placebo, hope and expectancy - The therapy model 2. Cognitive behaviour therapy: Cognitive behaviour therapy concentrates mainly on the present and what is happening right now rather than the past and what is yet to come. Person-centred counselling: Person-centred counselling assumes that the client will be able to develop themselves positively if they were to receive appropriate means of assistance. It aims to assist clients to…

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    maintenance, Family Therapy seems to be the more suitable recovery strategy compared to Individual Therapy and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy; when Individual Therapy and Cognitive Therapy are compared, there appears to be no significant difference in outcomes and recovery rates between these two treatments. However, when the two recovery strategies are compared in terms of their relapse rates, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy transcends over Individual Therapy; Pike et al. maintain that Cognitive…

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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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    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, p. 224). This form of therapy is based on the foundation that individuals can learn…

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    “wrong” modes of thinking, outlining “rational” and “irrational” beliefs for REBT, for example. Cognitive Therapy, developed by Aaron…

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    1) There are three forms of therapy in the field of psychology that are the most interesting. One form of therapy that is interesting is the cognitive behavioral therapy. Another interesting form of therapy is electroconvulsive therapy. Lastly, a third interesting form of therapy is existential therapy. Each form of therapy has their own specific goal and key components to reach those goals. 2) Cognitive behavioral therapy has the goal of treating a patient's fear, thought process, and…

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    Summary Cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) has been used to treat numerous of mental illnesses. Kar (2011) conducted research to analyze cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) as an intervention to assist with treating posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Research evaluated the overall efficacy of cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) in regards to the different traumas of PTSD, reduction of symptoms, and the method of action for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD). According to Kar (2011) Posttraumatic…

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    and the moods that affect their lives. Recovery from mental illness, including being able to deal with everyday life socially, academically and in work environments, is possible. Cognitive and dialectical behavior therapy is one approach that has been successful in the recovery of mental illness. Dialectical behavior therapy is an extensive…

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    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 behavioral therapies. Some of the…

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