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Psychotherapy Casebook

Cognitive Therapy Life

Jeffrey S. Cluver, M.D.; Dean Schuyler, M.D.

Published: December 1, 2002

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It is a situation commonly described when beginningtherapists discuss their approach to learning the cognitive therapy model: “I just finished an intake [evaluation]and thought that this patient would be a good candidatefor cognitive therapy,” the trainee said. “So, first, I drew adiagram and explained the model. Then I drew the triplecolumns and explained the concept of recording situations,thoughts, and feelings.

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Volume: 4

Quick Links: Cognition , Neurologic and Neurocognitive


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