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Dr David Burns interview – about continuing TEAM-CBT training
In this last part of our interview with Dr. David Burns, Dr. Burns discusses ways of supporting therapists in incorporating profound shifts in their clinical skills within their clinical practice for their own as well as their patients’ benefit.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Techniques: What Are They and How Do They Work?
At times, the meaning you give a thought can be distressing and harmful, leading you to act in a negative and often unhelpful way. CBT in psychology teaches you to notice, challenge, and change your negative thinking patterns so that you can live the kind of life that you want. ..Read More.
How to Stop Putting Things Off: A Series of Steps
Procrastination is the act of delaying something. It’s getting easier than ever to keep putting things off. More people have joined these ranks in the last few years as the pandemic shifted work; working from home is now ordinary instead of exceptional. Work-from-homers might still report to a boss, but the structures, routines, and rewards of working in an office have changed drastically. ..Read More.
Successfully Treating Anxiety and Depression Following Traumatic Brain Injury: Research Brief
Roughly 60% of the estimated 1.5 million Americans who suffer a traumatic brain injury (TBI) each year experience depression and anxiety. In the past, treatment effectiveness has been limited. However, an adapted CBT (aCBT) course with booster sessions is shown to alleviate anxiety and depression. ..Read More.