Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a powerful and effective therapy to help one move toward wise mind, a state where emotions and cognition work together; supporting one in their best possible life; watching a number of CBT sessions.
A full self-assessment is a foundational CBT skill; good sense of one's strengths and areas for improvement; self-assessment shows whether or not one is progressing toward their goals; accessing the NIH's free PROMIS system to collect data.
Emotions can affect one's behaviors and the reverse is also true; one seems to be in a better mood after exercise or watching a funny movie; the concept of behavioral activation; the ABCs of behavior are antecedents, behavior and consequences.
The techniques for somatic quieting, including some that Dr. Satterfield uses for himself; various behavioral activations for both Amanda and David; their issues and needs are very different; behavioral activation is an important CBT tool for both.
Two distinct systems of cognition; the roles they play in one's life; how one's personal habits of mind and habits of selective attention affect their own behavior and emotions; Dr. Satterfield works with Miriam and David on key cognitive exercises.
The CBT thought record is the workhorse of the therapy; how to create one's own thought record; identifying triggers, emotions and automatic thoughts; watching David as he works through the first part of his own thought record; the power of the tool.
Jason M. Satterfield
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