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Title
Cognitive therapy for adolescents in school settings Cognitive therapy for adolescents in school settings
Type
Text
Subject
Cognitive therapy for children.
School mental health services.
Emotional problems of children--Treatment.
Behavior disorders in children--Treatment.
Cognitive Therapy--methods.
Education, Special--methods.
Language
English
Illustrative Content
illustrations
Classification
LCC: LB3430 .C74 2011 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 371.7/13 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2010048042
Table Of Contents
Machine generated contents note: 1.An Overview of Cognitive Therapy
Character Introductions
Alfred
Anjanae
David
Michele
Summary of Vignettes
An Introduction to Cognitive Theory and the Cognitive Model
Introducing the Cognitive Model to Students
The Rollercoaster Story
Cognitive Therapy Concepts
Automatic Thoughts and Images
Underlying Beliefs
Compensatory Strategies
Levels of Change in Cognitive Therapy in School Settings
A Brief Introduction to the Structure of Cognitive Therapy
Supporting Evidence
Summary
Reader Activity: The Cognitive Model
2.Cognitive Therapy Case Conceptualization
Psychologically Speaking, Why Do Students Do What They Do?
Cognitive Conceptualization
Core Beliefs
Intermediate Beliefs
Compensatory Strategies
Simplifying the Cognitive Conceptualization
Using Your Cognitive Conceptualization
Automatic; Thoughts: Shedding Light on Underlying Beliefs
Cognitive Conceptualization, Treatment Anchors, and THE Presession Quick Sheet
Supporting Evidence
Summary and Further Thoughts
Reader Activity: Cognitive Conceptualization
3.Cognitive Techniques
A Decision Point: Problem Solving or Intervention?
Collaborative Problem Solving
Helping Students Understand the Cognitive Model
Thought Bubbles
The Cognitive Triangle
Understanding the Difference between Thoughts and Emotions
The Thought Record
Guided Discovery
The Three C's
Catching
Checking
Changing
Coping Cards
Road Map to Success
What to Do When the Student Can't Check or Change a Thought
Reverse Role Play
Resistance in Cognitive Therapy
Identifying and Changing Underlying Beliefs
The Downward Arrow
Challenging and Changing Underlying Beliefs
Supporting Evidence
Summary
4.Behavioral Techniques
Behavioral Experiments
Behavioral Activation
School-Based Cognitive Therapy for Suicidal Thoughts
Hope Kit
Replacement Behaviors
Exposure
Relaxation Techniques
Supporting Evidence
Summary
Reader Activity: Behavioral Intervention
5.Making Cognitive Therapy Happen in the Schools
Other Unique Challenges and Rewards of the School Setting
Goal Setting
Problem List
The Cognitive Model
Goal List
Session Structure
Presession Quick Sheet
Check-In and Presession Quick Sheet Review
Agenda
Students in Distress
Homework Practices
Feedback and Summary
Families and School-Based Cognitive Therapy
Future Directions: Dissemination
Supporting Evidence
Summary.
Authorized Access Point
Creed, Torrey A. Cognitive therapy for adolescents in school settings
Authorized Access Point Variant
Reisweber, Jarrod. Cognitive therapy for adolescents in school settings
Beck, Aaron T. Cognitive therapy for adolescents in school settings