Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Depressive disorders (A. T. Beck)
Cognitive Behaviour therapy for Depressive disorders is a complex procedure, combines behavioural and cognitive techniques with an emphasis on changing ways of thinking.
It is intended to alter three aspects of the thinking of depressed clients: negative intrusive thoughts, assumptions that render ordinary situations stressful, and errors of logic that allow these assumptions to persist despite evidence to the contrary.
Clients identify intrusive thoughts by writing down their thoughts at times of low mood (26).
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