By Skinner, Vanessa; Wrycraft, Nick
CBT basics is an fundamental, introductory advisor for all psychological healthiness practitioners embarking on CBT training.
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The purpose of guided discovery is to support the client in gaining insight into issues for themselves, through integrating concepts, making connections and forming hypotheses about the problem that they wish to resolve.
This is so that the exposure work can proceed in a controlled manner, working from their own list at their own pace, gradually from their least to their most distressing situations. 117] at [07/18/16]. Copyright © McGraw-Hill Global Education Holdings, LLC. Not to be redistributed or modified in any way without permission. 24 25 Imagine your own fears, such as heights, public speaking or spiders. If you had to have treatment for this, how would you want this to proceed? (a) With a therapist encouraging you to just face the fear straight out, ‘all-ornothing’ style?
The therapist needs to demonstrate Rogers’s (1980) core components of empathy, genuineness and positive regard, so that the client will feel able to engage, trust the therapist, and have confidence in the relationship. Empathy validates the client’s responses through demonstrating an interest and identification with their perspective and experience. Genuineness refers to credibility, honesty and professional identity, yet also a sense of constancy and authenticity. Unconditional positive regard pertains to treating the client with respect, and without the biasing influences or expectations of preconceptions or stigma.
CBT Fundamentals: Theory And Cases by Skinner, Vanessa; Wrycraft, Nick