Intellectual Behavior Therapy

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Originators. Albert Ellis - Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) started in mid-1950sAaron Beck - Cognitive Therapy (CT)Donald Meichenbaum - Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT). The Common Ground. Collective relationshipPsychological misery begins in flawed subjective processesChanging insights will change emotions and behaviorsShort-term instructive modelhomeworkclient responsibilit

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´╗┐Psychological Behavior Therapy Dr. Sparrow EPSY 6363

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Founders Albert Ellis - Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) started in mid-1950s Aaron Beck - Cognitive Therapy (CT) Donald Meichenbaum - Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)

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The Common Ground Collaborative relationship Psychological pain begins in defective intellectual procedures Changing discernments will change sentiments and practices Short-term instructive model homework customer obligation all through session assortment of system

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Ellis' REBT Thoughts, feelings and practices have a complementary circumstances and end results relationship We don't should be adored or acknowledged. Individuals are not exasperates by things, but rather the view they take of them Adlerian: social intrigue objectives and purposes educating and influence Emotions take after convictions, so treatment concentrates predominantly on evolving convictions

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Human Nature and Source of Distress Humans are fit for balanced lives, additionally helpless to broken supposing We are self-talking, self-assessing, and self-managing We mix up our inclinations for fundamental needs

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Sources of Faulty Thinking Significant others Our own manners of thinking - superstitions and authoritative opinions Assumption that we require acknowledgment Assumption that there's somebody or something to reprimand Our inclinations transform into shoulds and musts.

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A-B-C Theory of Personality An is enacting occasion B is conviction C is passionate and behavioral result D is questioning (either by advisor or customer) - by identifying, debating, separating E is impact of intercession, that is, a powerful conviction framework or philosoph F is new feeling

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Therapeutic Goals of REBT Minimizing enthusiastic aggravations Acquiring more reasonable logic Acquiring unrestricted self acknowledgment (USA) Developing unqualified other acknowledgment (UOA)

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Therapist's Function Encourages and influences customer to change "musts" into inclinations Demonstrate how customer is keeping enthusiastic unsettling influence dynamic Helping customer adjust thinking Challenge customer to create normal logic

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The Client's Experience in Therapy Learner Doer Expected to work outside session Homework is deliberately co-outlined

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Therapeutic Relationship is limited Therapist models UOA, urging customers to do in like manner Therapist unveils with a specific end goal to display solid blemish Transference is tested as superfluous, some portion of silly convictions

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Interventions of REBT Cognitive Disputing silly convictions Doing intellectual homework, making arrangements of issues, recognizing absolutist convictions and questioning them. Customer is relied upon to go for broke to beat negative desires. Changing one's dialect Using silliness, chuckling at oneself

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Interventions of REBT, proceeded with Emotive Techniques Rational emotive symbolism - envisioning most pessimistic scenario situations and feeling fitting responses Role playing - taking note of particular convictions and sentiments that emerge as confirmation of silly reasoning Shame assaulting works out, going counter to common endeavors to win acknowledgment Use of compel and energy, pretending with specialist

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Interventions of REBT, proceeded with Behavioral Techniques standard conduct treatment methods, for example, operant molding, methodical desensitization, and so on. Look into Efforts specialized diversity makes investigate troublesome.

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Aaron Beck's CT Similar to REBT in that concentration is on changing defective considerations and convictions But CT depends on three fundamentals. Customer's inner discourse can be gotten to through thoughtfulness Beliefs have exceptionally individual implications, so specialist can't attempt to comprehend what's ideal. These implications must be found by the customer. By getting to intellectual substance of annoying background, specialist can work with rebuilding fundamental "center diagram."

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Aaron Beck's CT, proceeded with Cognitive twists discretionary deductions - conclusions that are without supporting proof particular reflection - framing conclusions on the premise of one detail overgeneralization amplification and minimization personalization mislabeling enraptured considering, win big or bust, either-or

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Differences Between REBT and CT REBT is profoundly confrontive and concentrates on showing part of advisor. Beck utilizes an inquisitive strategy. Debate Ellis' strategy for defying unreasonable convictions, trusting that individuals think they are being sound. Beck inclines toward synergistic observation, touching base at the truths together, with the goal that encounter can be founded on revelation, instead of on specialist's impressions. Beck wants to consider issues to be a misapplication of hidden guidelines that might be alright. Convictions are less unreasonable but rather more meddling.

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Therapeutic Relationship in CT Much more accentuation on nature of relationship Therapist works as impetus and guide Client anticipated that would play a dynamic part Therapist's showing part limited for supporting customer's part in self disclosure Client turns into her own specialist

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Applications of CT Applying CT Helping customers get to be distinctly mindful of programmed musings (psychological distoritions) Helping customers make elective elucidations

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Applications of CT, proceeded with Treatment of sadness: It's premise: 1) contrary self idea 2) translating encounters contrarily 3) projection of pessimism into future Treatment of dejection: Interventiosn Getting customer to accomplish something Pointing out "oppression of shoulds" Breaking errands into reasonable units to balance inclination of discouraged people to misrepresent the hindrances

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Meichenbaum's Cognitive Behavior Modification Self instructional preparing helps customers get to be distinctly mindful of self talk self perception beginning new inside exchange adapting new "adapting" aptitudes honed, all things considered, circumstances

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Meichenbaum's CBM proceeded with Stress administration stretch innoculation theoretical - getting to be distinctly mindful of nature of stress and how they are reacting to it, and also making it abilities obtaining and practice - strategizing new reactions application - exchange and upkeep of changes

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Contributions of REBT, CT, CBM RBT Confrontation is vital Action introduction Becoming your own particular advisor CT Extremely successful for despondency concentrates on customer's inward world - existentialist

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Contributions of REBT, CT, CBM, proceeded with Meichenbaum Like CT, in view of instructive model; dymystifies treatment Encourages a working union Empowers the individual

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Limitations of Cognitive Behavioral Approach Ellis' REBT Denies past Encourages abuse of force Beck's CM and Meichenbaum's CBM shortsighted and shallow feelings are disregarded educating isn't just way learning happens