By Arthur Freeman
Edited via a number one social paintings authority and a grasp CBT clinician, this first-of-its-kind guide presents the rules and coaching that social employees have to grasp cognitive habit therapy.
From conventional options to new options equivalent to mindfulness meditation and using DBT, the individuals make certain an intensive and up to date presentation of CBT. lined are the commonest problems encountered while operating with adults, little ones, households, and including:
- Anxiety disorders
- Personality disorder
- Sexual and actual abuse
- Substance misuse
- Grief and bereavement
- Eating disorders
Written by social employees for social employees, this new specialize in the principles and functions of cognitive habit remedy may help participants, households, and teams lead happier, fulfilled, and extra effective lives.
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Additional info for Cognitive Behavior Therapy in Clinical Social Work Practice (Springer Series on Social Work)
The cognitive theory of psychopathology and psychotherapy considers cognition as the key to psychological disorders. Cognition is defined as the function that involves inferences about one’s experiences, occurrences, and control of future events. Cognitive behavior theory emphasizes several components. First, as mentioned before, human learning involves cognitive mediational processes. Therefore, thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are causally interrelated. The thought is responsible for information processing relating to the world and to oneself, and that information influences emotions, behaviors, and physiology in reliable, predictable ways.
These similarities are not casual. Social work is a practical profession with practically defined goals and concrete techniques, based on structured intervention and goal-directed processes, and emphasizing 16 THE BASIC FOUNDATION the social workers’ role as a change agent. CBT aims to resolve the problems of the individual and improve that person’s quality of life. This section focuses on several additional concepts that demonstrate similarities between clinical social work and CBT: individualism; rational thinking; clearly defined objects for change; assessment, evaluation, and intervention planning; prediction; developing skills for behavior change; and empowerment.
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