General Cognitive Session Structure

The weekly CT sessions follow a similar structure (for a review ofbasic CT skills, see J. S. Beck, 1995). The patient is informed about this structure during the psychoeducation meeting held before the commencement oftreatment. A typical cognitive session consists of the following weekly components: mood check (including assessment ofmood during the past 7 days and completion of the BDI-II and BHS), risk assessment (assessing suicide ideation, intent, and plan[s]), alcohol and substances check (severity, frequency, and duration of usage for each abused substance during the past week), adjunctive treatment and compliance check (type, dosage, and adherence to all medications are noted, in addition to the previous and next medication appointments), agenda setting, bridge from the last session, suicide protocol task (described later in this section), homework review and assignment, and session feedback.

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