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Cognitive Therapy And Role Play – The Perfect Match

Simply put, cognitive therapy deals with those emotions, behaviours and beliefs which are not serving you. We try to change the thought process in order to bring about change. Psychiatrist Aaron Beck developed cognitive therapy in the 1960s. The theory behind the process is that “wrong” thinking triggers a self-defeating behaviour or inappropriate response to a situation.

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Dude, What’s Your Mood?™

by Stephen Douglas

Welcome to dude, What’s your Mood?™, a fun game for the whole family that creates a language to discuss moods and feelings that everyone can make sense of. This game is suitable for all children of reading age and their parents. For younger children, choose feeling words they understand and you can read through the game along with that child.

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Movie Therapy “The King’s Speech”: An Adlerian formulation

by Private: Louise Giroux

“The King’s Speech’, an Academy Award winner historically based, can be reviewed through the lens of Adlerian Psychology. As mental health practitioners, we adopt a modality, a theory, a general road map, for our treatment of clients. I am an Adlerian, but not exclusively. Using one approach limits the effectiveness of the therapy. Rogers and Freud are among the modalities from which I glean now and again.

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