Topic: cognitive behavioral therapy
Stats are something we impose on them when there’s already another client waiting in the corridor and the charting still isn’t done.
From the beginning, it was designed to be a program for living… a grass-roots approach based not on scientific research or professional practice but on the direct experience of recovering persons.
If Project MATCH had it right, and all three work but none works significantly better than the others– then what’s all the argument about?
Language– the words we choose for our self-talk– has a powerful influence on our brain function. Words can help us re-shape the cycle of feelings, impulses, and behaviors.
Topics: co-occurring disorders, cognitive behavioral therapy, complications, mental illness, personality disorders, rational emotive therapy, Recovery Tools, therapeutic modalities, tools for recovery, trauma
It’s not so much that the client is unable to grasp the info as he or she is easily discouraged based on a fund of previous negative experiences in school.