Diagramming The Cognitive Case Conceptualization And Presenting It To The Patient

Cognitive Conceptualization Diagram

To aid in the development of the cognitive case conceptualization, it may be useful for clinicians to diagram the conceptualization. Such a diagram can be useful in organizing the information available about the patient. J. S. Beck (1995) provided a Cognitive Conceptualization Diagram that we believe is particularly useful in mapping information about the patient. This diagram includes spaces for depicting the relationship between automatic thoughts, and emotional and behavioral reactions, as...

Stages of Learning Acquisition Generalization and Maintenance of New Skills

C-CT draws liberally from learning theory and emphasizes strategies to promote acquiring, generalizing, and maintaining new responses (Ferster, 1973). Social learning theory (e.g., Bandura, 1977) emphasizes the impor- TABLE 6.1. Sample Compensatory Skills Learned during Cognitive Therapy Restructuring via hypothesis testing Understands that thoughts, feelings, and behaviors can contribute to depression. Notices how view of self, world, and future influences behavior. Recognizes and records...