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Happy 2017, Beck Institute Community

Happy 2017, Beck Institute Community I know, it’s February and perhaps a little late to wish everyone a happy New Year. But we are already running at a fast pace to make this another memorable year, and wanted to let you know what is ahead in 2017.  First, let’s talk about the amazing growth we experienced in 2016. As you know, the mission of the Beck Institute is to promote…
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Supervision Issues in Cognitive Therapy

Supervision Issues in Cognitive Therapy Originally published in Cognitive Therapy Today, the Beck Institute Newsletter in 2004. I have recently been supervising a number of novice therapists and experienced therapists new to cognitive therapy.At the beginning of (and throughout) supervision, I stress conceptualization, the cognitive model, and structure.Also from the beginning I stress the importance of using the conceptualization to plan treatment within individual sessions. I ask therapists to keep two…
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My Inspiration for Writing the Basic and Advanced Books in CBT

My Inspiration for Writing the Basic and Advanced Books in CBT By Judith S. Beck, PhD, President, Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavior Therapy Guilford Publications asked me to reflect on my reasons for writing Cognitive Behavior Therapy: Basics and Beyond and Cognitive Therapy for Challenging Problems: What to Do When the Basics Don't Work, both of which Guilford first published in 1995 and 2005, respectively. Below is what I sent: I…
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