Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)1.Situation/Event/Trigger6.Situation/Event/Trigger Example: Unknown Dog running towards a child3.Behaviors2.Steps to apply CBTAutomatic ThoughtEmotinal ReactionPhysiological Reaction/SensationBehavior ReactionBehaviors: Heart racing and trying to get to the childFeelings: ScaredThoughts: Dog going to biteScared for yourself and childWhen reach child find the dog is friendlyMay now have a child feeling scared now from your reactions before finding out the dog was friendlyHeart RacingRunning to get the childAvoiding the dogStep 1: Identifty the Situation/Event/TriggerStep 2: Identify the Automatic ThoughtStep 3: MappingAutomatic ThoughtEmotinal ReactionPhysiological Reaction/SensationConitve SkillsBehavior ReactionPostivies and NegativesRelationship CoachingPostivies and NegativesCompentency BuildingFeelings DuringFeelings AfterBrain-Based LearningDetailsEnvironmentEvents5.Emotional4.ThoughtsWhat comes to mind?FeelingsWhat actions happened?Not always trueAre not factsCan be biased by past experiences or by what hear, read, or seeCan be subjectiveBefore: EmotionPhysiological responseHow did make feel?What body sensations were experienced?BehaviorAfter: EmotionPhysiological responseBehaviorThinking ErrorsEmption Scale: 0-10/ Red, Blue, Green or ComboLabeling the emotion feltSeeTasteSmellTouchHearWhat did you see at that moment?Could you taste anything?Could you smell anything?What did touch at that time?What did you hear at that time?Body Responserunning, seating, standing, etcheart racing, muscles tightening, sweating, crying, smiling, etcPanic1. Giglio, L., Lucado, M., Piper, J., Zacharias, R. K., Alcorn, R. C., Zondervan Publishing House (Grand Rapids, Mich, Biblica, I., & Passion Publishing. (2016). The Jesus Bible : sixty-six books. one story. all about one name. Published By Zondervan.2. Mayo Clinic. (2017). Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Mayoclinic.org. https://www.mayoclinic.org/tests-procedures/cognitive-behavioral-therapy/about/pac-203846103. Miltenberger, R. G. (2016). Behavior modification: Principles and procedures (6th ed.).References:7.Mayo Clinic about CBTOverview:Why it's done:Risk:Form of talk therapy/psychotherapyUsed to treat mental health disorders such as depression, PTSD, eating disordersDon't always have to have a mental disorder can be used to better handle stressful life eventsQuickly help identify and cope with challengesFewer sessions than other types of treatmentsOnce learned in a structured environment can be continued use on ownUnderstand better thoughts to behaviors and emotionsPrevents relapseLearn coping skills for future useLittle Risk Can be emotionally uncomfortable at timesCan bring up new emotionsHow to prepareFind a therapistUnderstand the costsReview concernsReferral through Doctor, health insurance, friend, or other trusted sourceEmplyers may even offer referralsLook for one on ownInsurence coveredPay out of pocketMake a list of concerns What want to work onPrompting, Shaping, Chaining, Reinforcement, Punishment, Fading, Stimulus control
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