You may have questions or reservations about starting Cognitive Behavior Therapy. Think about the following to help inform your decision.
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In our work with dieters, we have found that many (if not most) rely very heavily on the scale going down as an external reward for their hard work. They believe that if they were perfect, or close to perfect, on their diets, the scale should go down, if not every day, then certainly every week. This is problematic because the scale simply doesn’t work that way.
Recovery-Oriented Cognitive Therapy (CT-R) is an extension of the important work of CBT for Psychosis (CBTp) to individuals who have struggled to gain benefit from that approach.