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CBT for Children and Adolescents

For more pictures from our recent CBT for Children and Adolescents Workshop visit our Facebook page.

A Monthly Summary of Beck Institute Updates [June 2012]

In its efforts to encourage the growth and dissemination of CBT throughout the world, the Beck Institute has expanded its online presence across social media and other platforms. To keep you (our readers) informed of our most recent updates, we’ve decided to implement a monthly summary including: blogs, CBT articles, and CBT trainings, and other […]

Tailored Internet-Based CBT is Effective for Depression

According to a recent study published in Plos One, tailored internet-based cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) may be helpful in the treatment of depression. In the current study, researchers compared individually tailored, internet-based self-help CBT to standardized (non-tailored) internet-based CBT and an active control (a monitored online discussion group). Participants included 121 individuals diagnosed with major […]

Group CBT for Social Phobia is Effective in Community Mental Health Clinics

According to a recent study published in Behaviour Research and Therapy, cognitive behaviour group therapy (CBGT) is effective within the community mental health setting. The current study compared outcomes from a CBGT 12-session protocol used within a research unit to outcomes from the same protocol used within a community mental health clinic (CMHC). Though participants […]

The Versatility of Cognitive Behavior Therapy

In this video clip from a recent 3-day CBT Workshop at the Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Dr. Aaron Beck discusses the similarities and differences between CBT for Depression and CBT for Schizophrenia. Dr. Beck explains that both treatments aim to help patients relinquish their feelings of alienation and to elevate their beliefs about […]

Online Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy Reduces Perceived Stress Levels

There is evidence that Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT) can be an effective intervention for a wide range of chronic health problems.  Previous research suggests that mindfulness practices help alleviate stress. The authors of the current study sought to determine if online MBCT would also help decrease perceived stress levels among a self-referred sample.  Participants […]