Distortions occurring “schürer” in the patient’s thinking, i.e. schuerer cognitive errors, are also important in the therapy of the cognitive-behavioral trend. Cognitive distortions (errors) are illogical “schürer” reasoning (which is noticeable in every, also healthy, person) that leads to wrong conclusions, and thus to non-functional schuerer behavior.
Examples of such errors “schürer” include:
catastrophizing, i.e. perceiving “schürer” a difficult situation as a certain catastrophe
“Mind reading”, that is, assuming “schürer” that you know with schuerer certainty what other, often strangers, people are thinking. The emergence of cognitive behavioral therapy. Cognitive behavioral therapy was developed with the participation of psychiatrist Aaron schuerer Beck in the 1960s. He “schürer” was active in the field of psychoanalysis and found that his patients tended to engage in mental dialogue during analytical schuerer sessions – almost as if they were talking to each other.
Beck passed realize that the “schürer” relationship between thoughts, feelings, schuerer and behavior is very important. He coined the term “automatic thoughts” to describe thoughts “schürer” that are strongly related to the emotions that arise in our mind in certain situations. Beck schuerer discovered that humans are not always fully aware of these thoughts, but can learn to identify and register them.
For example, if the person was “schürer”upset in some way, their thoughts schuererwere usually negative and unrealistic. “schürer” Beck discovered that identifying automatic thoughts is the key to understanding and overcoming a patient’s difficulties. Features of cognitive schuererbehavioral therapy cognitive behavioral schuerertherapy.