By Michelle G. Craske
In Cognitive–Behavioral Therapy, Michelle G. Craske discusses the historical past, concept, and perform of this often practiced remedy. Cognitive–behavioral treatment originated within the technology and concept of classical and instrumental conditioning; cognitive rules have been included following dissatisfaction with a strictly behavioral procedure. Cognitive–behavioral remedy combines behavioral and cognitive interventions: behavioral interventions goal to diminish maladaptive behaviors and raise adaptive ones, and cognitive interventions target to switch maladaptive innovations, self-statements, or ideals. even though a couple of adaptations at the unique thought have constructed over the many years, all kinds of cognitive–behavioral remedy are unified by means of their empirical origin, reliance at the thought and technological know-how of habit and cognition, and the centrality of problem-focused goals.
In this booklet, the writer provides and explores this procedure, its thought, historical past, the treatment method, basic switch mechanisms, empirical foundation, and destiny advancements. This crucial primer to cognitive–behavioral treatment, amply illustrated with case examples that includes varied consumers, is ideal for graduate scholars learning theories of remedy and counseling in addition to for pro practitioners attracted to realizing this approach.
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