Using Cognitive Therapy to Manage Your Anger

Cognitive Psychology

by Western Using Cognitive Therapy to Manage Your Anger Anger is a normal emotion that everybody has to deal with at one time or another. For example, rage is often the typical response if you’re the recipient of an insult, an unjust criticism, or a hurtful comment. It’s good to vent your anger. If you keep it bottled up, over time it can cause health issues like hypertension or heart disease. But there’s a right way and a wrong way to lose your temper. If your rage is making you abusive, either verbally or physically, it’s time to find a way to control the problem.A popular way of dealing with anger management issues is through cognitive therapy. A trained therapist can help you to…. Click Here to Read More


Panic Disorder Treatment – Looking Into Cognitive Therapy

Cognitive Psychology

by See-ming Lee 李思明 SML Panic Disorder Treatment – Looking Into Cognitive Therapy Are you currently suffering from panic disorder? Experiencing a racing heart rate, sweaty palms, and even fear? You need to first realize that you are not alone… Thousands of people suffer from panic attacks every day. When most people start experiencing panic attack symptoms they look to their primary care physician for help with panic disorder treatment. There doctor will then prescribe them some medication and may or may not ask the patient to consider going to therapy to explore the underlying reason you are experiencing the panic attacks.What many people don’t realize about these…. Click Here to Read More


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Cognitive Behavioural Coaching: Dealing With Anxiety In The Workplace

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by Jazmin Million Cognitive Behavioural Coaching: Dealing With Anxiety In The Workplace The Office for National Statistics in 2006 estimated that 4.7 per cent of adults experience anxiety disorders at any one time and a further 9.2 per cent have a mixture of anxiety and depression. Panic disorders are related to anxiety and, according to the ONS study; seven people in every 1,000 develop one of these conditions.There are various identified anxiety-based conditions:Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD)GAD stands for Generalised Anxiety Disorder and people who suffer with this form of anxiety feel worried all the time about almost everything. Many people describe it as a feeling of being…. Click Here to Read More


Anxiety Disorders – Cognitive Therapy vs Psychoanalysis

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by W&M Libraries Anxiety Disorders – Cognitive Therapy vs Psychoanalysis If you speak to a doctor about anxiety or panic attacks two things will come to that doctor’s mind: drug therapy and cognitive behaviour therapy. These techniques work like magic – for some people.There has always been a significant group of people for whom these techniques were ineffective. Some could not tolerate the side effects of the drugs or the drugs didn’t work. For some CBT let them take a step forward, but then they would immediately take two steps back. Perhaps CBT and Drug therapy, both symptomatic treatments, failed to touch any of their underlying causes.CBT – A Great TherapyCBT has become a…. Click Here to Read More


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Lastest Cognitive Psychology News

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© Libby Hall Collection, Bishopsgate Library, Bishopsgate Institute. Image by wagnerfreeinstitute Weeknights at the Wagner Observing Dogs by Alexandra Horowitz March 14, 2013, 5:30pm to 7:00pm Have you ever wanted to know what your dog was thinking? Why do dogs do what they do and how do they perceive the world? Given that dogs live in an estimated 75 million U.S. households, it is not surprising that we understand dogs by anthropomorphizing their behavior, but a wave of recent studies have given us new, and sometimes surprising, insights into the cognitive abilities and behaviors of man’s best friend. Dr. Alexandra Horowitz will discuss the latest discoveries in this field and her…. Click Here to Read More


The Importance Of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy In The Treatment Of Depression And Anxiety Disorders

Cognitive Psychology

by Will Lion The Importance Of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy In The Treatment Of Depression And Anxiety Disorders DEPRESSION and anxiety disorders are psychosomatic conditions, i.e., a combination of psychological and physical factors. While the physical (or somatic) component of the condition is treated with anti-depressants, the psychologcal component is treated through psychotherapy.Psychotherapy involves talking to a mental health professional such as a psychiatrist, psychologist, social worker or a counselor who first identify the reason for an anxiety disorder and how to alleviate the impact of the reason on the patient’s psyche. The particular type of psychotherapy that has…. Click Here to Read More


Sex Differences in Cognitive Abilities: 4th Edition Reviews

Sex Differences in Cognitive Abilities: 4th Edition

Sex Differences in Cognitive Abilities: 4th Edition The fourth edition of Sex Differences in Cognitive Abilities critically examines the breadth of research on this complex and controversial topic, with the principal aim of helping the reader to understand where sex differences are found – and where they are not. Since the publication of the third edition, there have been many exciting and illuminating developments in our understanding of cognitive sex differences. Modern neuroscience has transformed our understanding of the mind and behavior in general, but particularly the way we think about cognitive sex differences. But neuroscience is still in its infancy and has often been…. Click Here to Read More


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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy – How it Works

Cognitive Psychology

by paperbits Cognitive Behavioural Therapy – How it Works CBT is currently recognised by the National Institute of Clinical Excellence (a government body responsible for deciding which treatment should be available on the NHS) as the most effective treatment for the a range of emotional problems including:* Depression* Low Self Esteem* Anxiety* Panic Attacks* Eating Disorder* Obsessive Compulsive Disorders* Post Traumatic Stress Disorder* Somatic Problems (including chronic pain and chronic fatigue/ME)It can also be helpful in resolving relationship problems, sleep disturbance, general life dissatisfaction & change. Results of CBT have been shown to be faster and more long…. Click Here to Read More


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy For Eating Disorders – Maximizing Your Chances of Success

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by W&M Libraries Cognitive Behavioral Therapy For Eating Disorders – Maximizing Your Chances of Success Before you start your Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) treatment program there are a number of things you can do to maximize your chances of success.- Prioritizing yourself and your recovery For CBT to enable you to overcome your eating disorder you need to be a keen and active participant in the process. This will take time and energy, therefore, as much as is possible you will need, for the period of time you are engaged in treatment, to prioritize both yourself and your recovery. This can be difficult, particularly if you have a low sense of self worth. The steps outlined…. Click Here to Read More


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) And Depression (Thinking Errors)

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by W&M Libraries Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) And Depression (Thinking Errors) The basic tenet of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, or CBT, is that what you think affects the way you feel. That is to say, if you think depressive thoughts then you will feel depressed. Conversely, if you manage to stop yourself thinking these thoughts, then your depression will lift.As a Psychiatrist in Edinburgh I use CBT techniques extensively. My first step is to look for unhelpful patterns of thinking with my clients. Depressed people often think in particular ways that are very different from non-depressed people. These ways of thinking are called – in CBT language – “thinking errors”….. Click Here to Read More


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Social Cognitive Theory and Self-Efficacy

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by Wolf Brüning Social Cognitive Theory and Self-Efficacy Self-efficacy is a psychological concept popularized by Albert Bandura in his social cognitive theory and is loosely regarded as a person’s belief in their own abilities. Bandura defined it as “the belief in one’s capabilities to organize and execute the courses of action required to manage prospective situations.” Bandura also believed that personality is largely based on social experience and observational learning. He also felt that people with high self-efficacy can accept the challenge of difficult tasks because they believe that anything can be accomplished, and those with low amounts give up on difficult tasks or…. Click Here to Read More


A Quick Guide to Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

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by timtak A Quick Guide to Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Therapy or TF-CBT is a short-term evidence-based practice that is highly effective for children and adolescent survivors of trauma. Trauma is defined as sexual abuse, physical abuse, neglect, witness to domestic violence, witness to murder or death. Often times these experiences can cause a person to experience Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD. The symptoms of this disorder include hyper-vigilance, increased startle response, avoidance around any thoughts or feelings associated with the traumatic event, nightmares, dreams or feelings that the event is reoccurring, as well…. Click Here to Read More


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