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Student and Early Career Professional Workshop: An Account from 2013 Scholarship Winner Cristóbal Guerra, PhD

By Francine Broder, PsyD, Robert Hindman, PhD, and Cristóbal Guerra, PhD One of the most rewarding pieces of our Student […]

Taking the Plunge: How to Make Teletherapy Work

By Robert Hindman, PhDBeck Institute Clinical Psychologist I recently read a New York Times article that confirmed something I’ve been […]

What’s New in the Third Edition of Cognitive Behavior Therapy: Basics and Beyond?

By Judith S. Beck, PhDBeck Institute President I’m excited to introduce the third edition of Cognitive Behavior Therapy: Basics and […]

The Road to Freedom: CBT for Chronic Pain and Opioid Use

By Allen R. Miller, PhD, MBA In Part One of this two-part piece focused on CBT for Chronic Pain and […]

Value-Focused Treatment in CBT for Depression

By Dr. Robert Hindman, PhD Learn to help clients diagnosed with mild to severe depression in our CBT for Depression […]

A Forensic Story: Flourishing with CT-R in a Life Veered Off Course

By Shelby Arnold, PhDStaff Psychologist, Center for Recovery-Oriented Cognitive Therapy Consider “John,” a man sentenced to life without parole for […]

Is the Antidote for Harsh Voices in Seriously Mentally Ill Individuals Compassion?

By Aaron T. Beck, MD, and Molly R. Finkel, MSEd Where do the harsh, persecutory voices experienced by individuals with […]

Establishing Telehealth Counseling for the Aged Care Community in Australia

By Sunil Bhar, Mark Silver, Rebecca Collins, Deborah Koder, Jenny Linossier and Aida Brydon Swinburne University of Technology, Australia Sunil […]

CBT for Youth with Depression

By Jeremy Joves, BA, Courtney Giannini, BA, Hannah Toyoma, BA, Saige Portera, BA, Anika Mehta, BA, Samantha Honnert, MA and […]

The Recovery-Oriented Cognitive Therapy (CT-R) Difference: Activating Positive Cognitions Rather than Deactivating Negative Cognitions

This recent article by Dr. Aaron T. Beck describes the biological underpinnings of an individual’s responses to various situations, and […]

Why Maintaining Control of Healthy Habits Matters During the Coronavirus Outbreak

I’ve had many sessions with clients recently who are understandably very uneasy, scared, and thrown off of their normal routines. One […]

Helping Anxious Clients Find Strength and Purpose During COVID-19

By Norman Cotterell, PhD In the depth of winter I finally learned that there was in me an invincible summer. […]

Monitoring Progress and Patient Outcomes

By Donna Sudak, MD What do we know about monitoring progress that will improve our patient outcomes? A central feature […]