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cognitive therapy

Cognitive Therapy for Reducing Stress at Work

Cognitive therapy for reducing stress at work is based on the idea that while you may have little or no control over situations or others, you have a great deal of control over how you think. In using cognitive therapy for reducing stress at work it is key to accept the notion...
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Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Anger

Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Anger starts by getting a commitment from the client that the level and/ or type of anger that they are experiencing or expressing are not desirable and that they wish to change it. Often times, individuals are seeking to change the other person...
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Coping with Post Traumatic Stress

With two wars, natural disasters and high rates of crime, and serious accidents of all kinds, more and more individuals are coping with post traumatic stress symptoms. The nightmares, panic attacks and related symptoms of post traumatic stress can impact on every aspect of a...
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COGNITIVE THERAPY AND THE PLACEBO EFFECT

Cognitive Therapy and The Placebo Effect The recent CBS 60 minutes episode on “The Placebo Effect” sent shockwaves through the mental health community from cognitive therapy through psychiatry as Harvard researcher, Dr. Irving Kirsch, discussed his research on the placebo effect....
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Developing Responsibility

Developing Responsibility In today’s world there is a strong tendency to avoid responsibility, make excuses and blame everyone and everything for situations we don’t like or results we are not happy with: “It’s not my job.”  “It’s his fault.”  “If I only had more time.” “It’s...
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Live Longer Forever

Live longer forever. That’s the title of a 90 minute movie I just saw which attempted to identify the factors in living life longer by interviewing some scientists as well as a dozen or so of the healthiest and oldest individuals on the planet. Longevity was defined not as only...
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COGNITIVE AND BEHAVIOR THERAPY IN THE TREATMENT AND PREVENTION OF DEPRESSION

The lead article of the Journal, Depression and Anxiety summarized the major research studies of the treatment of depression by medication and cognitive and related therapy approaches. Here are some of the conclusions: 1.Half of the patients with major depression disorder derive...
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Treating Depression Without Drugs

Treating depression without drugs has become an increased reason individuals with depression are seeking counseling and psychotherapy in light of many unwanted side effects associated with anti depressant medications. More bad news for drug companies as lawyers have apparently...
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Overcoming Perfectionism

Overcoming perfectionism can help you live a happier and more productive life. Perfectionsim is the greatest stopper there is…. It’s your excuse to yourself for not doing anything. Instead, strive for excellence, doing your best.” Perfectionists are highly self critical and are...
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Cognitive Therapy for Sleep Problems

A series of studies recently discussed in the Wall Street Journal point out the relationship between sleep problems and a host physical and mental problems that can occur from too little and /or poor sleep including depression, anxiety, aggressive behavior, learning and memory...
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