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CBT for OCD can be broken down into 8 treatment strategies that teach clients skills to change how they cope with their OCD symptoms. Watch Dr. Beck discuss each of the 8 CBT strategies to treat OCD. Learn to treat clients with anxiety: https://beckcbtonline.org/cbt-for-anxiety-course
Master the skills needed to effectively treat common Anxiety Disorders including Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, Social Anxiety Disorder, and Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. Build your CBT toolkit by learning evidence-based interventions for anxiety and applying the skills to your own clients. https://beckcbtonline.org/cbt-for-anxiety-course
Beck Institute is a leading international source for training, therapy, and resources in Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT). Our mission is to encourage the growth and dissemination of CBT throughout the world through leadership in the field and through the provision of professional training, outpatient clinical services and research.
Including an action plan in CBT makes clients more likely to improve. Learn how to determine if clients are actually going to complete their action plan by watching this clip. Register now: https://beckcbtonline.org/essentials-of-cbt-course
One way that CBT is different from traditional psychotherapy is the sessions are more structured. Watch Dr. Judith Beck explain why we structure sessions and discuss why some therapists might be hesitant to do so.
www.beckcbtonline.org Without a strong therapeutic alliance, CBT is less likely to be effective. Watch the Beck Institute therapists discuss how to build a strong therapeutic alliance with clients in this clinical round table from the Essentials of CBT online training program.
www.beckcbtonline.org The cognitive triad of depression describes three categories of negative cognitions that are common in the thinking of people with depression. When clients with depression misinterpret their symptoms, it reinforces their negative views of the self, the world, and the future.