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Long-Term Comparison of Traditional CBT and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy

According to a recent study published in Behavior Therapy, traditional cognitive behavior therapy (CT) may be more effective for treating anxiety and depression in the long-term than Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT). The current study is a follow up comparison of the long-term outcomes of CT and ACT. The original study measured symptoms of students seeking treatment, (n=132) age 18-52 (M=26.7) before and after receiving CT and ACT. At post…
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Individualized Internet-CBT Reduces Symptoms in Adults with Panic Attacks

According to a recent study published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research, individually tailored, internet-based cognitive behavior therapy (iCBT) may help alleviate panic symptoms and comorbid anxiety and depression. The current study examined the efficacy of iCBT for adults with reoccurring panic attacks. Participants (n=57) were randomly assigned to either receive treatment immediately (n=29), or to a waitlist control group (n=28).  Treatment included eight weeks of therapist-guided and individually-tailored,…
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Group CBT Helps Women with Low Self-Esteem

A recent study published in Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy indicates that cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) group intervention may be helpful for women with low self-esteem, and co-morbid depression and anxiety. In the current study, researchers used a set of CBT-based self-help workbooks, Overcoming Low Self-Esteem Self-Help Course (Fennell, 2006), to implement group therapy in a recruited sample of 37 women with low self-esteem (as indicated by the Robson Self Concept…
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Systems of Psychotherapy (Part 2)

In this video from Beck Institute's recent CBT Workshop for Students and Faculty, Dr. Aaron Beck discusses cognitive behavior therapy within the context of systems of psychotherapy. Dr. Beck explains that CBT is rooted in a broad theoretical framework and refined and reformulated for each disorder. Therapeutic strategies are selected based on the individual conceptualization of the patient. According to Dr. Beck, basic methods of CBT, such as cognitive reframing,…
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National Dissemination and Implementation of CBT for Depression in the Department of Veterans Affairs Health Care System Improves Patient Outcomes

According to a recent study published in the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, the implementation of CBT training for depression (CBT-D) significantly improves patient outcomes in the Veterans Affairs (VA) health care system. In the current study, 211 therapists participated in a VA CBT-D Training Program and delivered therapy to 356 patients. Therapist training included a 3-day CBT workshop followed by a 6-month consultation phase (weekly, 90-minute telephone-based consultation…
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Beck Institute’s Level I CBT Workshop for Students and Faculty

[caption id="attachment_3175" align="alignleft" width="150"] Click the picture to see all group photos with Dr. Judith Beck[/caption] AUGUST 13-15, 2012: 173 post-doctoral fellows, psychiatry residents, other graduate students, and faculty from mental health, medical, and related fields traveled from 27 states and 10 foreign countries, including: Australia, Brazil, Canada, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Philippines, Slovenia, South Africa and Thailand, to Philadelphia, PA for Beck Institute’s 3rd Annual Cognitive Behavior Therapy…
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