Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Series Introduction (02:07)
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.
Continuum Work Case Study (13:10)
David, 56, has anger and low self-esteem following a break-up. Hart asks him to score his core belief of being a failure and list characteristics of a successful person. David includes contentment, healthy relationships, confidence, friends, financial security, and love.
Core Belief Re-Scoring Exercise (14:53)
Hart asks David to score himself on characteristics he identifies as successful including love, financial security, confidence, healthy relationships, and contentment. He believes he is successful at running his business but fails at romantic relationships. He modifies his core belief score.
Understanding Continuum Work (05:16)
Werner provides a step-by-step explanation of the technique that adjusts a client's negative core belief. Going into detail in defining the opposite of the core belief helps re-evaluation.
Shifting an Emotional Core Belief (03:56)
Grantham and Werner discuss Hart's perseverance in getting David to re-evaluate his self-image as a failure. It may take multiple sessions to help clients change their view; positive data logs can also support the goal.
Continuum Work Case Study (2) (28:01)
Hart asks David to score his core belief of being a failure and list characteristics of a successful person. David then scores himself on love, financial security, confidence, healthy relationships, and contentment. Finally, he modifies his core belief score.
Credits: CBT: Continuum Work (01:26)
Credits: CBT: Continuum Work
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