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    From the lens of a Cognitive Behavioral Therapist, an integrated mix of both cognitive and behavioral approaches is best suited the treatment of clients. All the approaches under Cognitive Behavioral Therapy require several different attributes. Some of them being; the need for a positive working relationship between client and therapist, the belief that distress is a cognitive process, treatment is a focus in changing cognitions to create positive change in mood or behavior. Changing irrational

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    of the Cognitive-Behavioral Theory lie in the broadening of behavior therapy and has undoubtedly produced more empirical research than any other model of psychotherapy (Datillio, 2000a). Cognitive-Behavior theory is a theory based on the idea that a person’s perspective is what guides the development and the preservation of their emotional and behavioral responses to situations within their lives as well as a plethora of studies that tested learning theories. The Cognitive-Behavior therapy also called

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    Abstract This paper will discuss and identify cognitive-behavioral treatment options that is available for individual or group's needs in jail, prison, or community corrections. Also, discuss cognitive behavioral treatment as the individual or population moves from the correctional environment to the community. Yet, discuss the efficacy of the cognitive behavioral treatment options available. Keywords: [community, recidivism, cognitive-behavioral treatment (CBT) offender

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    Cognitive behavioral therapy is a form of talk psychotherapy that is focused on modifying inaccurate or negative reactions to difficult circumstances (Hawley et al., 2017). This form of therapy requires the individual to attain and apply a new skill to alleviate symptoms (Hawley et al., 2017). The three specific skills used are behavioral activation, cognitive restructuring, and core belief strategies (Hawley et al., 2017). Interpersonal therapy is a talk psychotherapy in which the therapist employs

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    Cognitive behavioral therapy is based on the scientific fact that our thoughts cause our feelings and behaviors, not the external things themselves, such as people, situations or events. This means that we can change the way we think in order to feel and act better, although the situation has not changed. Cognitive behavioral therapy is one of the fastest therapy by achieving the desired therapeutic results, because of its highly instructional nature and the use of homework assignments. The structure

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    The Effects of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy on Young People Diagnosed with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Studies estimate that over one in four children will experience trauma before the age of sixteen, and many of these youth will go on to develop Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder as a result of their trauma (Silverman, Oritz, Viswesvaran, Burns, Kulko, Putnam, & Amaya-Jackson, 2008). Children and adolescents with PTSD can benefit from a mixture of the Cognitive and Behavioral models, presented in

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    Background Developed in the mid 1960s by Aaron Beck, the Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) model theorizes that the interpretation of both external and internal events is biased, and can tap unhealthy underlying beliefs that potentially lead to emotional distress (Beck, 2005). Over the years CBT has accumulated an impressive track record in the treatment of a variety of mood disorders. In 1985, a review of 220 studies using CBT in the treatment of depression concluded that 91% supported the model

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    paper, I will compare and contrast Group Therapy and Cognitive therapy, more specifically, dialectical behavioral therapy, and the differences between assessment types that clinicians use to determine a diagnosis and therapy that would best benefit their client. In the second part of my paper, I will discuss and address different considerations in which a therapist should make in order to provide a safe and effectively therapeutic environment. Though therapy is a largely utilized form of mental health

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    A Cognitive Behavioral Approach to The Case of Stan Overview – Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Cognitive behavior therapy, or CBT, combines both cognitive and behavioral principles and methods in a short-term treatment. Cognitive behavioral therapies are based on a psychoeducational model that emphasizes the role of homework and places responsibility on the client, assuming an active role both during and outside of the therapy sessions (Correy 2009). CBT can be thought of as a combination of both psychotherapy

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    Medications are easy way out-it’s a form of escape that suppresses the illness rather than cure it. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, on the other hand, is a guided education technique that teaches one how to live a healthy lifestyle by understanding and overcoming their fear, thus curing the illness from it’s root. Cognitive behavioral therapy, a form of short-term psychotherapy was originally designed to treat depression, but over the years have been used for a number of mental illnesses including

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