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1) In CBT, schemas represent

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2)  CBT is not a structured way of therapy, the therapist can just move on with his own assumptions

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3) Where do our thoughts stem from?

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4) What is a goal of cognitive behavioral therapy?

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5) CBT is a form of

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6) In the CBT model only the therapist plays a crucial and executive role

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7) What is the main focus of cognitive behavioral therapy?

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Who developed Cognitive behavioral therapy?

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9) I can not teach anything to anybody, I can only make them think is told by

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There are five types of core belief

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The hot cross bun is a simple formulation that is used in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) to develop self-awareness of how our thoughts, emotions, physical state and behaviour all influence each other

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16) Core belief is also called schema

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The cognitive-behavioral approach to therapy needs

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20) The therapist works with the client to develop hierarchical tasks, starting from lowest anxiety-provoking task going up to high anxiety-provoking tasks like Going to nearby shop first and then to the next street.

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Thought records are used to make a Client aware of their NATs, distinguish thoughts from facts, and see how they impact upon their mood.

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22) Socratic questions should draw the Client's attention to something outside of their current focus or awareness

 

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CBT uses both Cognitive and Behavioural techniques.

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24) In CBT, goal for a client with obsessive compulsive disorder may be to reduce the time spent washing their hands from 5 hours per day to 6 hours per day by the end of 3 weeks of therapy.

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25) CBT concentrates predominantly on past

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In CBT therapist and patient do not work together as a team to identify maladaptive cognitions and behaviour, test their validity, and make revisions if needed

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In depression, NATs typically centre on themes of negativity, low self-esteem and uselessness.

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Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) can help you make sense of overwhelming problems by breaking them down into smaller parts.

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The self, {e.g. ‘I’m useless }’The world/others, e.g. {‘the world is unfair}’The future, e.g. {‘things will never work out for me’} The above is

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Core beliefs are generally learned early in life and are influenced by childhood experiences and seen as absolute

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CBT has nothing to do with Cognitive distortions

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Core beliefs, or schemas, are deeply held beliefs

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IN SMART therapeutic Goal, R refers to Reason

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The therapist plays a Major role and client a spectator in CBT therapy

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35) CBT is not the most widely researched and empirically supported psychotherapeutic method

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36) Cognitive behavioural is a directive,Goal focused, & time-limited approach

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Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) explores the links between thoughts, anger and behaviour only.

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38) Three categories of Negative core belief about self is

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39) Every session in CBT is structured

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40) In CBT, After the first session , every counselling session in the counseling  will start with

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41) Emotions can create behaviour as per Cross sectional formulation/hot cross bun therapy

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42) Cross sectional Formulation and Hot cross bun therapy is one and the same

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43) Every identical critical incidence will not have any effect on identical Schema/core belief

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44) Motivation is not a part of Beck model

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45) If counsellor or Therapist does everything
himself i.e. analysis, synthesis, diagnosis, prognosis, prescription and follow-up, it is called Non-directive Counselling.

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46) Confidentiality is the core of Counseling

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47) Paraphrasing and Summary is one and the same in counselling

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48) Selective listening is better than Reflective listening

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49) Eye connect is required in Counselling

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50) Counselling is a Skill and not a Knowledge, that means, once you learn, your can not forget

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51) Empathy means putting your complete self in other's thoughts, behavior and action

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52) To succeed in counselling today, we have to follow multi-therapy model

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53) One of the most alarming issue in youth today is

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54) A mental illness is generally defined as:

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55) What psychologist has to do immediately if someone with persistent suicidal thoughts come?

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56) Happiness includes all of the following except:

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57) Cold sweats, vomiting, convulsions, and hallucinations are all symptoms of what drug?

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58) Anyone offering Psychological training to others should have

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59) Emocare training is accredited by CTAA(UK)

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60) The Training of Emocare is approved by Skill Development Council, Canada, CTAA (UK) and Emocare is a registered with Ministry of corporate affairs.

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