MISCONCEPTIONS OF COGNITIVE THERAPY

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Abstract

Cognitive therapy has been misconstrued in several domains. Seven critical areas are identified and relevant recent advances in cognitive therapy are discussed. These areas include: personality change, conceptualization, childhood experiences, interpersonal factors, the therapeutic relationship, compensatory strategies, and emotions. It is hoped that this review of the literature will clarify understanding of the cognitive therapy model.

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