Cognitive Behavioral Therapy CBT Abstract In order to overcome behavioral problems such as anxiety, depression or fear, individuals usually communicate their problems or anxieties with their trusted friends or family members. In case of somewhat complicated problem, a counselor is consulted.
One of the most powerful and unique aspects of REBT is, perhaps, the differentiation between negative emotions and unhealthy negative emotions. The typical practitioner of REBT does not expect you to feel happy when you experience an unpleasing event.
Nor is it expected that you will feel nothing at all. Holding on to unhealthy negative unhealthy emotions makes problem solving more difficult.
Taking the previous example a step further, depression as opposed to sadness, would probably make it more challenging to move past the breakup and start dating again.
Understanding the difference between negative emotions and unhealthy negative emotions helps stop the cycle of defining yourself by your psychological problems.
A second aspect of REBT that stands out is that it is not all about focusing your attention on positive thinking. But if you focus on the worst case scenario, how will you ever find the motivation to reach your goals? There is a fine line between being optimistic, yet realistic.
This is where the elegant solution comes in. Hold on strongly to your preferences for the best case scenario. If you aim to achieve high self esteem, how high is high enough?
In other words, the rating game can continue indefinitely. In contrast, self-acceptance involves reconciling your strengths and weaknesses in order to view yourself as a multifaceted individual.
Application of these techniques can help you get to the point where you really do believe that the way you choose to think about a situation causes distress and not the situation itself. This entry was posted in rebt-cbt-post.
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Published: Fri, 28 Apr Cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) is one of the major orientations of psychotherapy (Roth & Fonagy, ) and represents a unique category of psychological intervention because it derives from cognitive and behavioral psychological models of human behavior that include for instance, theories of normal and abnormal .
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