A client considers his lack of motivation. The therapist advises him to keep an hourly journal to measure his schedule.
A client believes the activity diary confirms his lack of motivation. The therapist reminds him that he completed appointed tasks each day and expands the exercise. The client decides to buy takeout food.
The client visits his parents over the holidays. The therapist teaches him how to recognize negative thoughts and emotions.
The client worries he might lose his job. The therapist provides coping skills to address fear and anxiety, demonstrating how the situation can be viewed in a different way.
Credits: Cognitive-Behavior Therapy: An Introduction to Core Therapeutic Skills
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This program shows a therapist working with a wide range of typical client problems in role-plays that feature the use of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT). It demonstrates how CBT can be applied to a variety of emotional and behavioral difficulties.
Length: 30 minutes
Copyright date: ©1990
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