Oxford Guide to Behavioural Experiments in Cognitive Therapy

Oxford Guide to Behavioural Experiments in Cognitive Therapy

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  • Oxford, United Kingdom
  • 1423701011
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"The authors of this handbook provide excellent models for how to design behavioural experiments to test pivotal beliefs, rather than tangential beliefs. Each chapter offers meaningful help to therapists by identifying common cognitive themes and beliefs that are central to the problem discussed. The vivid samples offered should encourage therapists to use behavioural experiments more often, with greater precision, and with more thorough examination of client observations and learning."-Christine Padesky, author of Mind Over Mood"There is currently no text that specifically focuses on behavioural experiments. This volume admirably fills the gap."-David Clark, Institute of Psychiatry "The authors of this handbook provide excellent models for how to design behavioural experiments to test pivotal beliefs, rather than tangential beliefs. Each chapter offers meaningful help to therapists by identifying common cognitive themes and beliefs that are central to the problem discussed. The vivid samples offered should encourage therapists to use behavioural experiments more often, with greater precision, and with more thorough examination of client observations and learning."-Christine Padesky, author of Mind Over Mood "There is currently no text that specifically focuses on behavioural experiments. This volume admirably fills the gap."-David Clark, Institute of Psychiatry "The authors of this handbook provide excellent models for how to design behavioural experiments to test pivotal beliefs, rather than tangential beliefs. Each chapter offers meaningful help to therapists by identifying common cognitive themes and beliefs that are central to the problem discussed. The vivid samples offered should encourage therapists to use behavioural experiments more often, with greater precision, and with more thorough examination of client observations and learning."-Christine Padesky, author of Mind Over Mood "There is currently no text that specifically focuses on behavioural experiments. This volume admirably fills the gap."-David Clark, Institute of Psychiatry "The authors of this handbook provide excellent models for how to design behavioural experiments to test pivotal beliefs, rather than tangential beliefs. Each chapter offers meaningful help to therapists by identifying common cognitive themes and beliefs that are central to the problem discussed.The vivid samples offered should encourage therapists to use behavioural experiments more often, with greater precision, and with more thorough examination of client observations and learning."-Christine Padesky, author of Mind Over Mood"There is currently no text that specifically focuses on behavioural experiments. This volume admirably fills the gap."-David Clark, Institute of Psychiatry
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