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W11 Psychotherapy-4 [Compatibility Mode]

Thinking cognitive theories of mood disorders elliss

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Unformatted text preview: reat stimuli • Flooding • Exposure to fearful stimulus can reduce fear response Cognitive Therapy • Assumption • Disorders arise from maladaptive thoughts & feelings • Goal • Train more adaptative ways of thinking • Cognitive Theories of Mood Disorders • Ellis’s Rational-Emotive Therapy • Activating Event: (break up) • Belief triggered: (I’m worthless) • Consequence: (depression) Psychoanalysis Freud Behaviorism Watson Humanistic Rogers Cognitive Ellis / Beck Cognitive Therapy • Techniques (particularly effective for mood disorders) • Identify distorted cognitions • Challenge automatic t...
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