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18 Covert Sensitization

The enclosed techniques and procedures were developed with materials from a workbook of cognitive behavior techniques titled “Thoughts & Feelings and written by Matthew McKay, Martha Davis, and Patrick Fanning. The workbook was published by New Harbinger Publications,...

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...

19 Anger Control

Clinical Prompt The beginning of any technique starts with a trusting relationship with the child. Teach language and concepts self talk coping strategies triggers [frustration, annoyance, treatment, abuse, let downs] anger process [perception - thoughts - feelings -...

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...

20 Interpersonal Cognitive Problem Solving

The enclosed techniques and procedures were developed with materials from Myrna Shure, author of Raising A Thinking Child published by Henry Holt and Company in 1994. The title is origninally from Shure althrough she presently calls the technique “I Can Problem...

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 - Changing Distressing Thoughts CBT#06...

21 Self Verbalization Training

The enclosed techniques and procedures were developed with materials from the work of Phillip C. Kendell & Lauren Brasswell in a book titled Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Impulsive Children, published by the Guillford Press in 1985. Clinical Prompt Verbal self...

67 A History of Language in Counseling

The article is concerned the beginnings of NeuroLinguistic Programming [NLP] and the heightened understanding of the importance of language patterns and structure in psychological counseling. When we begin to discuss the impact of the cognitive model, we cannot underestimate the use of language, and it is our belief that the impetus for the development of much of what psychologist do with language today had its beginning is the undisciplined, but ultra creative beginnings of NLP.

66 Circular Questioning

A method of externalization occurs within the Systems Theory of Circular Questioning. Circular questioning is the centerpiece of a group of family counselors known as the Milan Group. Their experiences with families of people with schizophrenia led them to question and discard structural approaches and to incorporate systems theory, which draws heavily on the work of Gregory Bateson, into their work. For Bateson, mental processes are a form of cybernetic feedback.

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