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Chapter 8 Cognitive Restructuring
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“ Everything can be taken away from man but one thing—the last human freedom, to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances.” — Viktor Frankl, Nazi Concentration Camp Survivor
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• Albert Ellis: Rational Emotional Behavioral Therapy • Martin Seligman: Positive Psychology
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A Thinking Process Model
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Figure 8.1. The Information Processing Model of Human Thought.
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Reframing Reframing is a term used to describe a positive mind frame of a stressful event. It’s not a denial or a Pollyanna delusion. Rather it is an exercise in ego detachment from the unmet emotional expectation.
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Two Minds Are Better Than One Unconscious Resistance: Mental Sabotage
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Unformatted text preview: Two Minds Are Better Than One Positive affirmations only work when the unconscious mind is united with the conscious mind! Toxic Thoughts Toxic thoughts are a form of negative self-defeating self-talk, a form of ego-generated pessimism that often sabotages our best efforts. Toxic Thoughts lead to. .. Victim Consciousness Figure 8.2. The programming which develops as “unconscious resistance” can originate from parents, grandparents, or even ourselves over and over and over again. Steps to Initiate Cognitive Restructuring 1. Awareness (of toxic thoughts) 2. Reappraisal of the situation 3. Adoption and substitution 4. Evaluation (of new thought processes)...
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This note was uploaded on 06/08/2011 for the course HSC 4104 taught by Professor Kellyrhoads during the Summer '11 term at FAU.

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