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CBT for Childhood Trauma

In this video from Beck Institute's recent CBT Workshop for Students and Faculty, Dr. Aaron Beck summarizes the process of treating patients who have experienced childhood trauma. Analyzing childhood experiences is an integral part of developing cognitive formulations of many individual patients, especially those with Axis II disorders. Sharing this formulation with patients often helps them to modify their maladaptive beliefs about themselves. In some cases, it is necessary for…
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Aaron T. Beck, M.D. was Awarded the 2011-2012 Edward J. Sachar Award

Dr. Aaron T. Beck, M.D. was recently awarded the Edward J. Sachar Award for facing the challenge of treating low functioning patients with Schizophrenia. In this video Dr. Aaron T. Beck is first introduced by Nobel prize-recipient, Dr. Eric R. Kandel, who refers to Dr. Beck as "the most original and important contributor to Psychotherapy and Psychiatry of the last 50 years and the most important psychoanalyst since Freud." Dr. Kandel…
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What can neurobiology teach us about Cognitive Therapy? – (Students Ask Dr. Beck — PART FIVE)

This is the fifth question from the Q&A portion of Beck Institute's 3-Day CBT Workshop on Depression and Anxiety for students and post-doctoral fellows, held on August 15 - 17, 2011. In this video Dr. Aaron Beck discusses the evolution of neurobiological research examining changes in the brain before and after cognitive therapy; in particular, Dr. Beck notes how CBT has been shown to decrease inflammatory cytokines.
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May 2 – 4, 2011, Cognitive Behavior Therapy Workshop Level II: Personality Disorders and Challenging Problems

Earlier this month, Beck Institute held the first Cognitive Behavior Therapy Workshop Level II: Personality Disorders and Challenging Problems.  In attendance were psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, councilors, and other professionals from Brazil, Canada, Hong Kong, Sweden, Thailand, and nine U.S. states.  This higher level workshop provided extra training and guidance to professionals that wished to improve their abilities for the benefit of their clients. Demonstration of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Techniques…
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CBT Meta-Analysis Review is Most Downloaded Article in CPR

It looks as if the research efficacy of Cognitive Therapy is becoming more well-known. Clinical Psychology Review is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes substantive reviews of topics relevant to clinical psychology. The most downloaded article from this important journal is The empirical status of cognitive-behavioral therapy: A review of meta-analyses (Volume 26, Issue 1, January 2006, Pages 17-31), authored by Andrew C. Butler, Jason E. Chapman, Evan M. Forman and…
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