Mind Map Gallery Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Main ideas of this mind map: 1. Situation/Event/Trigger 2. Steps to apply CBT 3. Behaviors 4. Thoughts 5. Emotional 6. Situation/Event/Trigger Example: Unknown Dog running towards a child 7. Mayo Clinic about CBTEdited at 2022-01-23 21:07:26
Conitive Behavioral Terapy (CBT)
Postivies and Negatives
Postivies and Negatives
2. Steps to apply CBT
Step 1: Identifty the Situation/Event/Trigger
Step 2: Identify the Automatic Thought
Step 3: Mapping
What actions happened?
running, seating, standing, etc
Whay body sensations experience?
1 Corinthians 3:16: "Don't you know that you yourselves are God's temple and that God's Spirit lives in you?" (NIV) God uses our body to help us understand what our brain may not understand. There are times our body will react to something well before our braind has a chance to process the event.
heart racing, muscles tightening, sweating, cry, smiling, etc
Prompting, Shaping, Chaining, Reinforcement,Punishment,Fading, Stimulus control
Miltenberger (2016) when comes to CBT can use prompting, shaping, chaining, reinforcement/Punishment and stimulus control. Prompting is when a person has learned to understand "Thinking Errors" to better help with future stressful events. Shaping being used from the progress made from start of treatment to how treatment is going or progressed made. Chaining to learn new ways of thinking but as well to understand the body response at a faster rate to better thinking and reactions to a stressfull events. Along with making sure to use coping skills. Reindorcement/Punishment can be both postivie or negative as long as person receiving CBT is working on treatment may for example get a treat from the treat box after sessions. Or when person receiving CBT is not welling to work on treatment will not get to pick from treat box after sessions. Stimulus control in CBT the enviorment is less distracting then if a person were to have CBT treatment in a grocery store. Fading within CBT being that feeling once have learned that past thought no longer being so bothersome in future. Or even sessions went so well that the happy feeling is far more then the treat box.
What comes to mind?
Our thoughts are our own, it is not until we share them with others they are made known. Thoughts come in postivies and negatives. Thoughts can be shared with God at any given times as do not have to verbalize our thoughts for him to hear them. "Search me, God, and know my heart; test me and know my anxious thoughts. See if there is any offensive way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting." (Psalm 139:23-24, NIV) God designed our bodies for our brain to be just 18 inchs from our heart. It is in this great design that help us feel closer to God but as well our own emotions and thoughts.
What did see at that moment?
Could taste anything?
Could smell anything?
What did touch at that time?
What did hear at that time?
Are not facts
Not always true
Can be subjective
Can be biased by past experiences or by what hear, read, or see
How did make feel?
Labeling the emotion felt
Emption Scale: 0-10/ Red,Blue, Green or Combo
6. Situation/Event/Trigger Example: Unknown Dog running towards a child
Behaviors: Heart racing and trying to get to the child
Thoughts: Dog going to bite
Running to get the child
Avoiding the dog
Scared for yourself and child
When reach child find the dog is friendly
May now have a child feeling scared now from your reactions before finding out he dog was friendly
7. Mayo Clinic about CBT
Form of talk therapy/psychotherapy
Used to treat mental health disorders such as depression, PTSD, eating disorders
Don't always have to have mental disorder can be used to better handle stressful life events
Why it's done:
Quickly help identify and cope with challenges
Fewer sessions then other types of treatments
Once learn in a structure enviorment can be contuied use on own
Understand better thoughts to behaviors and emotions
Learn coping skills for future use
Can be emotionally uncomfortable at times
Can bring up new emotions
How to prepare
Find a therapist
Emplyers may even offer referrals
Referral through Doctor, health insurance, friend, or other trusted source
Look for one on own
Understand the costs
Pay out of pocket
Make a list of concerns
What want to work on
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