05 ADHD

Self Control Introduction We are the sum total of what we think. One cannot act different than the way they think [unless, of course they are ‘acting’!]. Therefore, change can only occur when the person thinks differently. Interventions that help people think about...

06 Suicide Management

Resources Karl A. Slaikeu, Crisis Intervention: A Handbook for Practice and Research, Second Edition, Allyn and Bacon, 1990 Thomas C. Barrett, Youth in Crisis: Seeking solutions to Self-Destructive Behavior, 1987 Unknown, When Death is Sought, Chapter I, The...

07 Conduct Disorder

Resources Phillip C. Kendall, Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment Of Conduct-Disordered Children, Cognitive Therapy and research, vol. 14, No. 3, 1990, pp. 279-297 Robert b. Rutherford, Jr., and C.Michael Nelson, Management of Aggressive And Violent Behavior In The...

08 Self Affirmation

Protocol Guide Cognitive Change Doing CBT#01 – Perceiving Reflex Thoughts CBT#27 – Motivation & Goal Setting CBT#32 – The Pathological Critic CBT#12 – Getting Mobilized CBT#02 – Altering Limited Thinking Patterns Modified CBT#03...

09 Cognitive Restructuring

Cognitive Restructuring Clinical Prompt [For use AFTER one understands the process] No cognitive restructuring program can be completely planned since the individual personalities of the clients are so varied. However, these are general steps that can be followed....

14 Addiction & The Cognitive Path

This protocol is based upon the information contained in the Psychological Assessment, Referral & Treatment Services website generated by William Dubin. The material has been modified by the CCIU to adapt it to a skill training for practitioners and several...