A collection of the articles, research, and news in Cognitive Behavior Therapy from March.
Month: March 2019
James was a 53-year old firefighter debilitated by depression who saw suicide as a way out. Prior to his first episode of depression, he was able to work full time, support his wife and family, and fulfill his obligations.
When individuals approach a task that seems formidable and challenging, clinicians can influence the meanings attached to the task by being supportive and encouraging.
A biographical summary from Greg Siegle, PhD’s presentation at the 2018 Beck Excellence Summit.
Recovery Oriented Cognitive Therapy (CT-R) is a treatment approach designed to promote empowerment, recovery, and resiliency in individuals with serious mental health conditions.