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Trauma Treatment: Evidence-Based Approaches versus Intuitive Approaches

Trauma Treatment: Evidence-Based Approaches versus Intuituve Approaches By Aaron Brinen, PsyD Sitting in her first session, a 24-year old, anxious […]

Working with Borderline Personality Disorder

Dr. Robert Hindman will be leading our summer CBT for Personality Disorders virtual workshop beginning on July 5, 2022. Learn […]

How Cognitive Therapists Can Contribute to Client Well-Being

Learn to work with these clients in our upcoming CBT for Chronic Pain and Medical Conditions virtual workshop. CBT for […]

The Future of Community Mental Health for Persons with Severe Mental Illness

The Future of Community Mental Health for Persons with Severe Mental Illness by Aaron T. Beck, MD Part 3 of […]

Treating Substance Misuse Disorders with CBT

Expert Beck Institute faculty member Bruce Liese, PhD, will lead our upcoming CBT for Addictive Disorders interactive virtual workshop in […]

Reducing Clinician Stress When Treating Traumatized, Suicidal Clients

Reducing Clinician Stress When Treating Traumatized, Suicidal Clients Marjan G. Holloway, Ph.D., Beck Institute Faculty As an educator, I have […]

From our Archives: Reflections on My Public Dialog with the Dalai Lama

Aaron T. Beck, M.D. Göteborg  June 13, 2005 Judy Beck and I met with the Dalai Lama initially in his […]

The Link between Cognitive Behavior Therapy and Positive Psychology

  Dennis Greenberger, Ph.D. University of California, Irvine     Originally published June 2014, Advances in Cognitive Therapy – a Joint […]

Worry and Worriers

Judith S. Beck, PhD Worry, as defined by Clark and Beck (2012) is “a persistent, repetitive, and uncontrollable chain of […]

How to Know if Therapy is Working

In many cases, it’s difficult for clients to know whether they’re making progress because therapists do not necessarily state the […]


I often tell therapists and patients that the way people get better is to make small changes in their thinking […]

The impact of executive function on response to cognitive behavioral therapy in late-life depression

Abstract: Objective: Late-life depression (LLD) is a common and debilitating condition among older adults. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) has strong empirical […]

Using the Mnemonic “Three Cs” with Children and Adolescents

Torrey Creed, PhD While the basic principles of Cognitive Therapy remain constant across age groups, certain variations in explanations help […]

An Introduction to CBT for people with an Autism Spectrum Disorder

By Torrey Creed, PhD     Adjunct Faculty, Beck Institute While a description of CBT for Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) would […]

Guest Blogger Dr. Judith Beck: CBT for Diabetes

Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) is usually short-term, goal-directed, and skills based. Therapists help patients identify and solve problems and learn […]

Question: Does Cognitive Behavior Therapy Include Insight?

Answer: Insight is always a part of cognitive therapy — an important part, but not an end in itself.   […]

The Role of Play in CBT with Children

By Torrey Creed, PhD Play can be used to teach children important CBT concepts Seasoned child therapists who pursue training […]

Meet Our Experts

Shelby Arnold, PhD | Judith S. Beck, PhD | Deborah Beck Busis, LCSW Francine Broder, PsyD | Sofia M. Chernoff, […]

Responding to Stressors During Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

Dr. LoSavio will be leading our CBT for Trauma virtual workshop beginning next Wednesday, May 11, 2022. By Stefanie T. […]

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 […]