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The Cognitive Therapy of Depression with Judith Beck

Depression: NP0048 – Session 5

Do you feel that therapy brings only temporary changes for your client? Do you want to help them create lasting changes in the treatment of their depression and their symptoms? Join Judith Beck as she discusses this and teaches how  to incorporate a range of methods, including experiential techniques and childhood work, into your practice.

After the session, please let us know what you think. If you ever have any technical questions or issues, please feel free to email support@psychotherapynetworker.org.

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3 Responses to The Cognitive Therapy of Depression with Judith Beck

  1. johariton says:

    Thank you so much. This discussion with Judith Beck was a pleasure to listen to. Very organized and thorough! And, good job interviewing, Rich. The imaginal work with talking to a childhood self was interesting and something that I did not imagine in CBT, but as Dr. Beck explained it was within a CBT framework. Very useful.

  2. 20852DUARTL009 says:

    Such an excellent presentation. I really admire Dr. Beck’s work and that of the Institute. The presentation included concrete and specific information that provides proper utilization of skill in C-B Therapy. I continue to wonder how to work with the resistant client even in the midst of setting agendas. I struggle with when to move towards termination and when to continue without contributing to what may be dependency or learned helplessness with the client. In other words, what do we do when clients do not make small changes in thinking/behavior after several months in therapy?

  3. WOW…!!! Nice Blog. Such an excellent presentation. This is good information about Cognitive Therapy of Depression. I am visit another website it’s give great information about counselling & psychotherapy . Thank you so much for sharing this blog with us.

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