psy 350 - Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) With Anxiety...

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½ Empty OR ½ Full? Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) With Anxiety Disorders
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CBT - Basis Learning the connection between: Our Cognitions Our Behaviors Our Emotions
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ANXIETY THOUGHTS FEELINGS ACTIONS A1. Belief: Driving on the Interstate is very Dangerous B3. “Everyone is looking at me…I’m having a panic attack.” A3. Driving on the interstate is Scary! B1. Heart starts to pound, increased dizziness, spots in front of eyes… A2. Timid Driving B2. Completely stop what you are doing NOTE: These three parts can vary, the amounts of each that you experience may not be equal!
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CBT- Why? The impact of knowing the interactive relationship between one’s thoughts, behaviors, and emotions Changing one (i.e., thoughts) can change another (i.e., emotions) Patterns of responses (adaptive or maladaptive) can be learned and unlearned
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CBT – How? Focus on changing thoughts and behaviors to ultimately change how we feel
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Thoughts Cognitive Restructuring
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