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Judith S. Beck

Discussing Beck CBT Certification with Dr. Judith Beck

We recently sat down with the President of Beck Institute, Dr. Judith Beck, to discuss Beck CBT Certification and what […]

Beliefs Can Interfere with Treatment Adherence

I recently read an interesting case description on a professional listserv about a “difficult” client who was not fully adherent […]

When patients get angry in session

Judith S. Beck writes in: Some therapists are quite concerned about their patients becoming angry at them. Yet when therapists […]

Guest Blogger Dr. Judith Beck: Helplessness

I recently presented a Master’s Clinician Class at the Anxiety and Depression Association of America. My topic was cognitive conceptualization […]

Note taking in Session

Recently, there’s been an interesting discussion on the Academy of Cognitive Therapy listserv about the therapy notes patients take home […]

Setting the Agenda in session

A frequent question I’m asked by clinicians who are not cognitive therapists is why we set agendas toward the beginning […]

2020 Beck Institute Excellence Summit and Panel Recap

On Friday, October 23, Beck Institute held our first-ever virtual Summit and Panel discussion. In years past, the Summit has […]

Election Anxiety

A certain degree of anxiety is adaptive and can allow us to perform at a high level. It can cue […]

A CBT Approach to Living with Uncertainty: Control What You Can and Accept What You Can’t

One of the most difficult parts about Covid-19 is uncertainty: about the timeline of the virus, about the impact on […]

PCOM Commencement Address – Dr. Judith Beck

Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine Commencement Address By Judith Beck, PhDPresident, Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavior TherapyClinical Professor, University of […]

What research is Dr. Beck presently involved in? (Students Ask Dr. Beck – Part SEVEN)

This is the seventh question from the Q&A portion of Beck Institute’s 3-Day CBT Workshop on Depression and Anxiety for […]

Recalling Recent Experiences in Session

I do many things at the beginning of therapy sessions, one of which is to ask patients about their experiences […]