Two Perspectives on How It Works
While widely acknowledged to be the most empirically supported therapy ever invented, cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is often criticized for being too rigid and mechanical. Not so, say two of its foremost practitioners.
A Step-by-Step Approach to Treating Depression: An Interview with Judith Beck
Relapse prevention begins in the first session, when we tell clients that we want to help them become their own therapists.
Eating To Live, Not Living To Eat
Skills for Successful Dieting
From the viewpoint of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, the reason that dieters so frequently fail to stick to their healthy eating plans is simple: knowing what to do and knowing how to get yourself to do it are two entirely different skills.
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