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I Stubbornly Refused vs Mission Accomplished Tip #3 of 3 Tips for CBT Addictions Treatment
There one more step that may be helpful to you Sam, I said, as our session was coming to a close. He raised his eyes with concern. If you will find it helpful, and feel up for it, I did ask you to send me an email every night after 7 pm. ....Read More.
Dangling the Carrot: Hope and Humility
TEAM Therapy promotes a concept of Dangling the Carrot in which we convey to a client a strong sense of hope and clarify exactly what we have to offer in TEAM therapy. The carrot we are offering is relief from the symptoms (e.g., mood struggles, relationship problems, habits/addictions). We dangle the carrot by suggesting that positive outcomes are quite plausible as long as the client is able to commit to the hard work necessary to achieve change. ....Read More.
Successfully Treating Anxiety and Depression Following Traumatic Brain Injury: Research Brief
Roughly 60% of the estimated 1.5 million Americans who suffer a traumatic brain injury (TBI) each year experience depression and anxiety. In the past, treatment effectiveness has been limited. However, an adapted CBT (aCBT) course with booster sessions is shown to alleviate anxiety and depression. ....Read More.