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    Talk Therapy or Psychotherapy is defined as a form of psychiatric treatment that involves therapeutic conversations and interactions between a therapist and a child or family. It can help children and families understand and resolve problems, modify behavior, and make positive changes in their lives (ACAA, 2015). This therapy provides an opportunity to be able to investigate the feelings and things that are painful to them. There are also coping skills taught with Psychotherapy. There is more…

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    mindful, they observe thoughts and feelings from a distance, without judging them good or bad. The goal of this clinical study is to strengthen cognitive control mechanisms, meditation may lessen ruminative processes and diminish depression. Mindfulness Base Cognitive Therapy is a group-based program combining intensive training in mindfulness with cognitive–behavioral elements targeting depression. It is an 8-week group session composed of twelve to…

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    Core Phase, Specificity of Interventions & Relevance to Theory Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (TF-CBT) helps address the needs of children/youth and their parents/caretakers with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) or other related traumatic experiences. Trauma endured can range from: sexual abuse, child abuse, domestic violence, disasters, traumatic loss and multiple traumas. Researchers have the need to deliver evidence-based practices (EBPs) that are culturally sensitive and…

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    for a mental health clinician to use multiple techniques during a consumer’s treatment to limit or cease the use of substances altogether (Jones, Barrowclough, Allott, Day, Earnshaw, & Wilson, 2011). This literature review will compare Cognitive Behaviour Therapy and Motivational Interviewing, and determine which technique is best used in daily practice while treating a consumer with SUD and dual diagnoses. MI & CBT Davis, Kaiser,…

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    The client selected from media vignette: Mrs. Eileen Brown who is showing signs of depression and anxieties (Laureate Education Inc., 2012). Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is a goal oriented therapy (Beck, 1967) which allows the patient and therapist to work closely in creating long-term goals. CBT will teach Mrs. Brown coping strategies, it will help her learn how to identify her present problems, break them down and learn how to solve them (Beck, 1967). CBT is delivered as one-on-one sessions…

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    Cognitive Processing Therapy Trauma can happen to a variety of people; old and young, rich and poor, male and female; through the use of physical, verbal or sexual abuse, even while stationed in the military. One study focused on Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) and compared its effectiveness to Present-Centered Therapy (PCT). Those who participated were diagnosed with PTSD related to military sexual trauma (both men and women) within three months before the study have more than one clear…

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    Developmentally Adapted Cognitive Processing Therapy (D-CPT) is a phase based treatment created by Matulis, Resick, Rosner, & Steil (2013) to help children and adolescents suffering from childhood sexual assault. An intensive D-CPT combined with parental support showed reductions in PTSD and depressive/dissociative symptoms. D-CPT has four phases within a 30-session time frame. The first being the planning and preparing stage, next the emotional regulation training, then the intensive cognitive…

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    The core ideas of Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), utilizes cognitive therapy techniques to focus on faulty thought related to traumatic events. It is theorized that individuals who develop PTSD following an exposure to a traumatic event experience significant disruptions in preexisting beliefs. CPT can be conducted in both individual and group settings or a combination of the two. As a working student, due to other responsibilities often time I neglect my own well-being. I certainly agree…

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    Cognitive-Behavioral child therapy is a combination of cognitive component and behavioral modification. CBTCT procedures include relaxation training, behavior modification and parent guidance, cognitive-behavioral therapists teach children and their parents how to reduce and eliminate problematic behavioral and emotional symptoms. Behavioral therapy techniques and modification of a child’s thoughts and feelings is the approach of Cognitive Behavioral therapy (Hart & Hart, 2010). According to…

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    Systemic cognitive development and family dysfunction There are many theories’ that address human development. Piaget’s cognitive theory was “expanded and modified by Allen Ivey” (Nugent & Jones, pg. 80). Piaget’s theory relates “mostly to childhood and adolescence, Ivey added another stage that addresses dialectic/systematic stage” (Nugent & Jones, pg. 81). Ivey called his “model DCT or developmental counseling and therapy” (Nugent & Jones, pg. 82). Sandra Rigazio-DiGilio expanded upon…

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