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1. The conseptualism phase is when

  • potential threats/stressors are turned into problems to be solved
  • positive thinking skills and relaxation skills learnt as coping mechanisms
  • newly learned coping skills are practised in different situations
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2. The cognitive approach believes that behaviour is caused by

  • how a person thinks in a situation
  • copying other behaviour we have seen
  • biological factors

3. The skills acquisition phase is when

  • newly learned coping skills are practised in new situations
  • positive thinking and relaxtion skills are learnt as coping mechanisms
  • potentional threats/stressors are turned into problems to be solved

4. The behaviourist element of CBT is concerned with

  • learning new, more desirable behaviours
  • learning how to re train your brain
  • turning irrational thoughts in to rational ones

5. Beck's cognitive therapy asks people to

  • write a dysfunctional thought diary
  • learn a new hobby to take their mind off of the problem
  • talk through their problems to rationalise them

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