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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Series Introduction (02:07)

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This training series on CBT techniques includes demonstrations, discussions, and reflections. Dr. Robin Hart will demonstrate techniques in unrehearsed interview formats based on real cases. Dr. Tom Werner will comment on the interviews.

Agenda Setting Case Study (04:57)

Angela, 42, has anger problems and stress affecting her marriage. Hart asks which issues she wants to address. She references recent confrontations with her mother and husband. Hart suggests also checking on a homework experiment and discussing time management issues.

Agenda Setting in CBT (02:12)

Werner explains that setting an agenda reflects the collaborative approach to therapy. It also gives the session a structure, helps deal with difficulties as they arise, and steers clients toward becoming their own therapists.

Straying from the Agenda (02:29)

Werner discusses staying flexible, should important issues arise during a session. Agendas provide reference points but are not "set in stone." They have always been integral to CBT.

Introducing Agenda Setting (03:36)

Werner talks about using the tool in the first session; the therapist may provide content ideas. It fits into the existing session structure, which includes checking on homework assignments, summarizing the previous session, and setting new assignments.

Agenda Setting Challenges (06:41)

Some clients resist having a fixed session structure. Therapists should explain the rationale for agendas and consider using alternate terminology or using agendas less explicitly. Hear ways to assist clients to generate agenda content or focus their ideas.

Agenda Setting Styles (04:01)

Some therapists may allocate time amounts for agenda items, if appropriate for the client. Having too many items is challenging for the session; therapists should help clients prioritize items or decide to reserve certain items for subsequent sessions.

Agenda Setting Case Study (2) (04:25)

Angela, 42, has anger problems and stress affecting her marriage. Hart asks which issues she wants to address. She references recent confrontations with her mother and husband. Hart suggests also checking on a homework experiment and discussing time management issues.

Credits: CBT: Agenda Setting (01:11)

Credits: CBT: Agenda Setting

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CBT: Agenda Setting

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Presenting a live demonstration of Agenda Setting in the context of a CBT session, this video offers a detailed analysis and informed explanation by CBT therapists Dr. Tom Werner and consultant clinical psychologist Paul Grantham.

Length: 33 minutes

Item#: BVL202642

ISBN: 978-1-64623-830-9

Copyright date: ©2011

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