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    There are variants of treatments that are utilized for treating aberrant comportment. One of treatments that is utilized is Cognitive-demeanor therapy. This type of “therapy combines cognitive therapy with behavior therapy (Myers, 2008, p.508)”. Cogitative-demeanor therapy is availing people transmute the way they cerebrate, but withal transmute the way they act. By making people cognizant of their irrational negative mentally conceiving, and practicing ways to make positive approach to everyday…

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    (Beck: Cognitive Behavior Therapy, n.d.). As a result of his finding, Beck sought to discover other options for understand and treat depression. While researching depressed clients, he discovered that negative thoughts seemed to impromptu in nature, which he referred to as “automatic thoughts” (Beck: Cognitive Behavior Therapy, n.d.). From his discovery of automatic thoughts, he began to assist clients in identifying and understanding these thought patterns. This was the creation of cognitive…

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    Using Cognitive Behavioral Therapy The main aim of cognitive behavioral therapy to stop the sexual thoughts by substituting sexual thoughts with something other behavior and prevent relapse. The process of breaking client's problems down into its separate parts, identifying the client's patterns of thoughts, emotions, bodily trigger cues, feelings as to what triggers and reinforce the client urge to act out the addictive behavior (Theory and Practice of counseling and Psychotherapy, 2013).…

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    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…

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    Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) provides Nancy and Garry with a mental tool kit that can be used to challenge negative thoughts. Clients benefit from CBT due to its direct and practical approach to problem-solving. The therapist goal is to provide an environment that encourages the client to change the patterns of thinking or behavior that causes the client difficulties. CBT is used to address some of Garry’s problems that includes sleeping difficulties, relationship problems with Nancy, and…

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    Cognitive behavioral therapy increases affirmative support, teaches how to interpret and understand incongruous beliefs along with other cognitive falsehoods (Bschor, et al., 2008). Psychoanalytic psychotherapy addresses beliefs stemming from repressed childhood memories and lack of parental connection, which cause dysfunctional…

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    trained therapist on a one-on-one basis or in a group, however, other methods, such as movement, drama, music, and art are used. There are different types of psychotherapy offered in the UK and they include psychodynamic psychotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, person-centered approach, and systemic approach. Therapists also use eHealth to treat and provide interventions to clients. Such approach takes place through mobile device apps, Internet, and telephone. Psychotherapeutic input is…

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    resources such as counseling and more. Without the proper techniques and tools offenders may be more likely to continue to commit crimes in the community. Therapy and Treatment Cognitive behavior therapy is used to help offenders with their behavioral issues (Lowenkamp, C. T., Hubbard, D., Makarios, M. D., & Latessa, E. J., 2009). Cognitive behavior therapy has been able to show consistent effectiveness in reducing…

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    The underlying theory of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is cognitive and behavioral theories. Cognitive theory deals with schemas or core beliefs that every person possesses. Core beliefs come from the way a person is raised by their family members and include culture, values, and morals. It is the way they have been raised to view the world since birth. These beliefs are ingrained into each family member. Behaviors are believed to be taught through the environment (Chilcott, 2013). There are…

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    effectiveness of cognitive behavioral therapy on depression. They chose patients from three mental health centers across the country and assessed them with the MMPI-2-RF and the Beck Depression Inventory. Then, over a period of four months, followed their progress of recovery and reexamined them with the same tests. To determine whether cognitive-behavioral therapy had any effect, the patients were categorized to receive one of the following treatments: antidepressant only, cognitive behavioral…

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