Flashcards in CBT Deck (37):
What kind of socialisation techniques can you use for health anxiety?
Intelligent disease metaphor - how would a brain tumour know when it was being reassured?
Selective attention (and for panic disorder)
How could we challenge reassurance?
What is the effect of reassurance on your feelings/symptoms?
How would that work if you were actually ill?
Name 5 change techniques.
Reducing reassurance seeking
What are paradoxical procedures?
Increasing coping strategies, e.g. checking
What are 4 hypothesis testing procedures that can be used in CBT?
Theory A/Theory B
In an assessment interview, what are the main pieces of information needed?
Info about the problem
Stage of change
Expectations of therapy
When formulating what questions do we need to answer?
What is the problem?
How did it originate?
What is preventing it from being resolved?
How much impact is it having on the person's life?
Is the person ready to change?
For what does WHIMC stand and to what does it apply?
When gathering information to formulate
What kind of listening is important in sessions?
Name 5 aspects of reflective listening.
Reflection of feeling
What is a key feature of a formulation?
It has room for an intervention.
What are the stages of change?
What kinds of questions can you ask to assess stage of change?
How do you feel about your... ?
What concerns do you have about... ?
What is the goal of the therapist for a pre-contemplative client?
Move them from 'NO!' to 'I'll think about it...'
What types of assessment are there?
Who is the person to cite for formulation research?
What are the three strategy areas for intervention techniques in CBT?
Cognitive coping strategies
List 4 behavioural techniques.
List 4 cognitive coping strategy techniques.
Self instructional training
Motivation to change
List 7 cognitive restructuring techniques.
Making assumptions explicit
Identify core beliefs
Schema focussed interventions
Who do you name drop for social phobia?
Who do you name drop for Panic Disorder?
Who do you name drop for OCD?
Who do you name drop for GAD?
Who do you name drop for PTSD?
Ehlers and Clark
What is one of the central processes in CBT?
List 5 ways of eliciting NATs.
Recounting a specific episode
Worst consequence scenarios
Naming emotions/affect shifts
Exposure tasks (either in vivo or analogue)
List 5 verbal reattribution techniques.
Defining and operationalising terms
Questioning the evidence + Counter evidence (to be done separately)
Who developed the Triple Column Technique?
What is the Triple Column Technique?
Write down NAT and belief rating
ID distortion present
Substitute a rational response (can make these into flashcards)
What are verbal techniques used for?
Loosening beliefs and presenting a foundation for attitude change
What is involved in behavioural reattribution?
What is the aim of a behavioural experiment?
What process should be followed for a behavioural experiment?
P - prepare (focus on target thought, ID stimuli and behaviours, present rationale)
E - expose
T - test
In what form can dysfunctional appraisals appear?
Why is avoidance/safety behaviours problematic?
Do not allow disconformatory information to be gathered
They can increase arousal
Can increase salience/frequency of cognitions
Can attribute bad things not happening to that instead of to the fact that they would not happen.