Pip Mooney
Mind Map by Pip Mooney, updated more than 1 year ago
Pip Mooney
Created by Pip Mooney almost 4 years ago


mindmap on depression

Resource summary

1 Emotional: negative emotions, sadness, loss of interest, anger
2 Behavioural: reduced/ increased activity related to energy level, sleep or eating
3 Cognitive approach to explaining:
3.1 Ellis' ABC model ('62)
3.1.1 Activating events lead to irrational beliefs, lead to consequences
3.1.2 Mustabatory thing causes disappointment and depression
3.2 Beck's negative triad ('67)
3.2.1 Negative schema - developed in childhood, leads to cognitive biases
3.2.2 Negative triad - irrational and negative view of self, world and future
3.3 - Irrational beliefs may be realistic 'Sadder but wiser'
4 Cognitive: irrational, negative throughs, self beliefs that are self-fulfilling
5 Cognitive approach to treating:
5.1 CBT
5.1.1 Ellis' ABCDEF model
5.1.2 Homework: trying out new behaviours to test out irrational beliefs
5.1.3 Behavioural activation: encouraging re-engagment with pleasurable activities
5.1.4 Unconditional positive regard: reduces sense of worthlessness
5.2 + Research supports estimate 90% success over 27 sessions - Individual differences, not suitable for those with rigid irrational beliefs or don't want direct advice
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