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are Freud's states of ambivalence?
What are principles in client decision
does the Rubber Band technique support the Zen technique?
What would be a reason for using SQ3R
and the Egg Timer?
the ABC Technique what concept does each letter stand for?
What are the steps in changing your
depressed adult or child clients' focus from negative to positive?
do the main targets of Cognitive Therapy include and what model is useful to visualize
the trend of a downward mood?
are the first steps of the KISS technique
What should you do to avoid clients
feeling overwhelmed and overburdened, and also to be able to see progress?
is a benefit derived from a client's time management study?
What are purposes for a problem
basic rules govern the application of the quantity principle?
What are principles that will
help with brainstorming?
are the "W's and an H" questions?
What are the criteria to assist
your dysthymic client to push through their inactivity and evaluate alternatives?
is the benefit of avoiding situations that induce negative self-comparisons?
can be more important than you clients mood, which is created by their perception
are the steps in the Self-Comparisons Analysis table?
Rather than suggesting that your client
argue with you, as in your role of clinician, what role might you assume?
is a perception problem that reversed role-playing may create?
a. Cognitive therapy targets the conceptual and behavioral
aspects of the disorder. The negative mudslide is a model to visualize a downward
b. the therapist is actually sarcastically mimicking the client's
c. It snaps your depressed client into the present by stopping
their ruminations and obsessive thoughts
d. uninvited thought, casual
event, self-comparison, analysis, response, and behavior you wish to change
to encourage your client to "Stop and Think before acting compulsively
and to help your client realize problems do exist
f. To decrease concentration
problems experienced by dysthymic children and adults
g. Provide pain-free
h. generate as many responses as possible and combine and improve
responses to make additional new solution-responses
i. a specific, attainable
goal and keep it simple
j. Emotional oscillation between love and hate;
voluntary inability to decide on an action; and intellectual belief in contradictory
k. the quantity principle; the deferment-of-judgment principle;
and the strategy-tactics procedure.
l. realistic cognitions, increased
hope, which increases self-esteem, resulting in more appropriate behaviors, and
your client begins to interact in a positively reinforcing system
a hypothetical friend or colleague
n. your client may begin to see some
activities they can minimize in order to have time for things that will help them
o. an action focus; the absolute certainty myth; unanticipated
consequences; and "buyers" remorse
p. getting positive feelings
from memories and positive feelings from expectations of future events
Goal Achievement, Implementation, Personal Consequences, Social Consequences,
Short Term Consequences, Long Term Consequences
r. a stressful or upsetting
event; spotting an unproductive thought while thinking it; an unsettling or painful
s. "Who, "What," "When,"
"Where," "Why," & "How"
t. scheduling more than five tasks