Thoughts In CBT (Psychology Tools For Living Well)
Cognitive behavioral therapy can help your clients to live happier and more fulfilling lives. Psychology Tools for Living Well is a self-help course that teaches the principles and practice of cognitive behavioral therapy.
DescriptionPsychology Tools for Living Well is a self-help course that teaches the principles and practice of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). The key insight of CBT is that our thoughts and feelings interact, and that our appraisals mediate our responses. This chapter discusses: common-sense thinking, the role of interpretation (appraisal), and biased thinking. It then introduces exercises to help clients to develop flexibility in their thinking.
InstructionsThis is a Psychology Tools workbook chapter. Suggested uses include:
- Client handout – use as a psychoeducation and skills-development resource
- Discussion point – use to provoke a discussion and explore client beliefs
- Therapist learning tool – improve your familiarity with a psychological construct
- Teaching resource – use as a learning tool during training
- Kahneman, D., & Egan, P. (2011). Thinking, fast and slow (Vol. 1). New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux.
- Padesky, C. A. (1990). Schema as self-prejudice. International Cognitive Therapy Newsletter, 6(1), 6-7.
- Yudkowski, E. Fundamental question of rationality. Retrieved from: https://wiki.lesswrong.com/wiki/Fundamental_Question_of_Rationality