Christine A. Padesky, PhD
1 Audio CD • 41 min clinical presentation
Imagery in CBT
© 2009 Copyright Center for Cognitive Therapy / www.padesky.com
Padesky's clinical presentation on Imagery in CBT summarizes relevant recent research and discusses ways in which therapists can elicit and work with client imagery. Many therapists are already familiar with the role of imagery in psychotherapy for anxiety disorders. Here she addresses research findings on the importance of working with imagery with depressed and suicidal clients.
Dr Padesky also discusses the use of positive imagery and kinesthetic experiences in the context of her own work on helping clients build NEW belief and behavior systems for interacting with others.
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Important to Ask
Emotions & Cognitions
Positive Imagery & New Behavior
Use in Conceptualization