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Cognitive Behavior And Behavior Therapies A Psych 265 Presentation

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Here's the presentation I made for my Psychotherapy lecture a week ago. You might observe that I have designed each slide much like a print ad; it's my personal philosophy to design presentations in this manner.

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Cognitive Behavior And Behavior Therapies A Psych 265 Presentation

  1. 1. Cognitive-Behavior Behavior & Therapies a psych 265 report
  2. 2. which is which ?
  3. 3. a activity simple
  4. 4. An Overview of Behavior Therapy
  5. 5. present mal adaptive behavior limits people
  6. 6. increasing repertoire of adaptive behavior gives freedom
  7. 7. maladaptive behavior could be replaced by adaptive behavior
  8. 8. maladaptive adaptive 1 adaptive 2 adaptive 3 : adaptive n
  9. 9. basic concepts behavior therapy
  10. 10. applied behavioral analysis & functional assessment
  11. 11. systematic desensitization & exposure therapies
  12. 12. assertion training, self-management
  13. 13. An Overview of Cognitive-Behavior Therapy
  14. 14. cognitive activity affects behavior
  15. 15. cognitive activity can be monitored or altered
  16. 16. desired behavioral change could be done through cognitive change
  17. 17. cognition behavior
  18. 18. three basic types cognitive-behavior therapy
  19. 19. coping skills therapies
  20. 20. problem-solving therapies
  21. 21. cognitive-restructuring methods
  22. 22. which is which ?
  23. 23. why did cognitive-behavior therapy develop ?
  24. 24. the growing need perspective for a cognitive-behavioral
  25. 25. the increasing efficacy of cognitive-behavioral interventions
  26. 26. Albert Ellis & Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy
  27. 27. Your MUSTurbation will get you nowhere except depressed or panicked! ” “ - -Albert Ellis
  28. 28. A B C D E F ctivating event elief onsequence ispute effect eeling
  29. 29. disputing irrational beliefs and changing one's language
  30. 30. rational-emotive imagery
  31. 31. behavioral techniques
  32. 32. Aaron Beck and Cognitive Therapy
  33. 33. client's beliefs - which are accessible through introspection - have highly personal meanings that they should discover themselves
  34. 34. changing cognitive distortions
  35. 35. guided discovery and the socratic dialogue
  36. 36. Beck Depression Inventory
  37. 37. Donald Meichenbaum & Cognitive-Behavior Modification
  38. 38. self-observation starting a new internal dialogue learning new skills
  39. 39. conceptual phase skills acquisition & rehearsal phase application & follow-through (Stress Inoculation Training)
  40. 40. constructivist narrative perspective
  41. 41. Rating the Two Therapies
  42. 42.  Does it generate research?  Is it falsifieable?  Does it organize & explain knowledge?
  43. 43.  Does it suggest practical solutions?  Is it simple or parsimonious? (Feist, J., Feist G.)
  44. 44. Behavior Therapy  Generates research? Excellently so.  Falsifieable? Yes, because of empiricism.  Organizes knowledge? Behavior-wise.  Practical? On a moderate scope.  Simple? Yes, and easy to understand.
  45. 45. Cognitive-Behavior Therapy  Generates research? Yes, definitely more than any model  Falsifieable? Yes, but based on behavior.  Organizes knowledge? Yes, internally valid.  Practical? On a moderate scope and only for those cognitively-able  Simple? Yes, and easy to understand.
  46. 46. Cognitive-Behavior Behavior & Therapies a psych 265 report

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