The Influence of Behavior Therapy and Neo-Freudism on the Development of Cognitive Therapy

In this video from a recent Beck Institute Workshop, Dr. Aaron Beck discusses how early behavior therapists and neo-Freudians influenced his work in developing Cognitive Therapy. Dr. Beck refers to the work of Albert Ellis, George Kelly, and Karen Horney as particularly influential.

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