By Sunil Bhar, Mark Silver, Rebecca Collins, Deborah Koder, Jenny Linossier and Aida Brydon Swinburne University of Technology, Australia Sunil Bhar, PhD, is a member of the Beck Institute International Advisory Committee. We are pleased to share this blog about the important work he and his team of clinicians and trainees are doing to provide […]
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In Part 2, Dr. Allen R. Miller, Director of CBT Programs, describes over twenty CBT techniques to use when working with people on recovery issues during the COVID-19 Crisis. As social isolation rules are relaxed and people working on recovery re-enter social situations, they are likely to encounter three major challenges – new urges to use drugs […]
In this webinar, Dr. Allen Miller, Director of CBT Programs, discusses how to adjust CBT treatment for substance use disorders during the COVID-19 pandemic.
By Aaron T. Beck, MD, and Molly R. Finkel, MSEd In everyday life, many transient cognitions (automatic thoughts) serve the purpose of alerting the individual to a problem or new stimuli. After these cognitions are activated, individuals then experience a variety of affects, which also serve an alerting function, and tend to be more compelling […]
The use of Socratic questions is a cornerstone of the Cognitive Model and is the focus of this webinar. As important as Socratic questioning is, clinicians may be challenged with when and how to do it. Consequently, guidance is often requested. Here, Dr. Allen R. Miller, Director of CBT Programs for Beck Institute, addresses questions […]