Systematic desensitization, a form of __________, is a technique frequently used with anxieties and phobias in which a client begins with a low intensity image and increasingly works toward direct contact with the stressful stimulus.
Unlike cognitive-behavioral theory, where how a person thinks about something is directly related to the cause of psychological problems, Glasser posits that the _________ people make determine the quality of their lives.
Reality theory behavioral analysis involves the __________ system.
When using the DEF intervention of Ellis' A-B-C theory, cognitive-behavioral counselors specifically target __________ beliefs, which tend to be more emotionally charged and cause more problems for clients.
How is empathy used in cognitive-behavioral counseling?
According to Beck, depressed thinking is characterized by thoughts such as: "I'm worthless;" "life is unfair;" and "things will never get better." These thoughts are referred to as what?
According to a cognitive-behavioral counselor, what fuels feelings such as depression or anxiety?
When a cognitive-behavioral counselor asks a client to log the frequency, duration, and severity of specific symptoms, the counselor is looking for what?
In cognitive behavioral-counseling, the clients' beliefs can be slowly eroded over time by the therapist inviting the client to question and re-question the validity of their beliefs in various situations. This process is known as what?
Considered the third wave of behavioral approaches, Mindfulness practices emphasize what to promote change?
he foundation for dysfunctional thinking, __________ are the root of psychopathology according to Beck.
Unlike psychodynamic or humanistic goals that target personality change, cognitive behavioral counseling is focused on individuals becoming:
Each of the following statements: "I can develop a plan to do deal with the stress" and "One step at a time; I can handle this," is an example of what?
Stress inoculation training helps clients to change their __________ and increase coping skills.
It can be said that the overarching goal of cognitive-behavioral counseling is what?
Do cognitive-behavioral counselors organize treatment using DSM diagnosis?
What is TRUE regarding the essence of all cognitive approaches?
Schemas, according to Beck, are what?
Behavioral, cognitive, and cognitive-behavioral approaches are a group of related counseling methods that emphasize achieving changes in behaviors, cognition, and __________.
Each of the following: selective abstraction, overgeneralization, and dichotomous thinking, are examples of what in cognitive-behavioral counseling?