Christine A. Padesky, PhD
2 Audio CDs • Clinical workshop
Cognitive Therapy of Depression: Foundations & Innovations
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This audio program was edited in 2006 and is consistent with current CBT standards of treatment.
Looking for a concise summary of the cognitive therapy treatment protocol for working with depression?
Do you experience some frustrating moments when trying to get your clients to use one of the most effective skills to combat their depression?
This tape identifies the cognitive model of depression, the treatment protocol, common therapist errors, client and therapist common stuck points encountered using thought records, and the strategies used to help resolve them.
Includes 7 Column Thought Record excercise for the listener. Experience for yourself what it is like for a client to complete a thought record in session. Through a guided exercise, Christine Padesky asks a series of questions to help the listener complete each column of a seven column thought record.
Learn from audience questions what are common experiences as well as typical difficulties and how the therapist responds to these. Hear why some people do not feel better after completing a thought record and learn what clinical methods can help them.
Any cognitive treatment of depression needs to consider suicidality. Learn about suicidal cognitions and the two key strategies to address them.
Disc 1 of 2
2. CT Protocol
3. Increase Skills
4. Exercise: 7 Column Thought Record
5. Columns 1 - 2
6. Column 3
7. Hot Thought
Disc 2 of 2
1. Columns 4 - 5
2. Columns 6 - 7
4. Suicide Beliefs
5. Search for Evidence