Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy in Groups by Peter J. Bieling PhD, Randi E. McCabe Phd, Martin M. Antony

By Peter J. Bieling PhD, Randi E. McCabe Phd, Martin M. Antony PhD ABPP FRSC

An authoritative practitioner consultant and scholar textual content, this e-book bargains transparent recommendation on easy methods to constitution and lead cognitive-behavioral remedy (CBT) teams and conquer universal demanding situations that come up. particular, evidence-based team overview and remedy protocols are supplied for a number usually encountered issues. Emphasizing CBT staff is greater than the sum of its person participants, the authors convey the right way to comprehend and use staff method to optimize results. brand new, available, and hugely functional, the booklet is stuffed with consultation outlines, pattern dialogues, checklists, troubleshooting advice, and different trouble-free positive factors.

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In this example, it is clear that if the activities were not discussed in the group, Katie would have gone home feeling that she was not progressing as well as everyone else. This could also make her vulnerable to dropping out. In addition, having a group member tell Katie that she was doing a good job is much more powerful then if the therapist had told her. Processing CBT exercises in the group context enables other group members to provide feedback, help one another, and learn from each other’s experiences.

For example: THERAPIST: Let’s go around and hear what each group member has planned for exposure practice this week. Also, let us know where your exposure practice ranks in terms of your exposure hierarchy and ratings. TONY: I am planning to drive to the city. It is number 3 on my list. My anxiety rating is 70 and my avoidance rating is 85. THERAPIST: Looking back to just before you started group, what were your ratings like? TONY: My anxiety rating was 95 and my avoidance was 100. That has come down a lot.

In this example, we can see that checking group members’ thoughts and feelings in the here and now is important for not only helping them build a sense that they are not alone but also in giving each group member an opportunity to process doubts that may have interfered with his or her therapeutic progress. Group-Based Learning Learning through the group can happen through a number of pathways, including didactic means by the therapist, advice and feedback received from other group members, and observational learning of both the therapists and group members.

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