depression emotional
low mood, low self esteem, anger
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depression cognitive
dwell on negative, absolutist thinking, poor concentration
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depression behavioural
self harm, disrupted sleeping pattern, reduced activity levels
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depression explanation
Becks CBT - faulty info processing, negative self schema, negtive triad.
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faulty info processing
attend to negative aspects of a situation e.g. winning lottery nd annoyed you didnt win more money.
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negative self schema
the package of ingo we have about ourselves is interpreted in a negative way.
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Negative triad
negative thoughts of world, self, future
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Evaluation of becks CBT
Doesnt explain all aspects of depression e.g. anger, good supporting evidence terry 65 pregnant women for depression before and after work. women judged for high cog, vuln. more liekly to suffer post natal dep, Practical App. used in CBT uses neg tri
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Ellis's ABC model
A- Activating events e.g. death in famly B - Belief C - Consequences emotional and behavioural.
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ABC Evaluation
partial explanation - some kinds of depression. Practical App in CBT - led to successful therapy. Doesnt explain all aspects of depression e.g. anger associated or why people are more vulnerable than others
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Treating Depression - Becks CBT
identfies thoughts on world,self future tests reality of neg belief. If someone says no one was nice to them therapist will produce evidence to counteract this.
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Treating Depression - Ellis's ABCDE
D- dispute E - effect e.g. patient will talk about how unlucky they have been an REBT Therapist will identify these example ad challenge this as an irrational belief involves arguments.
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Treating Depression - Evaluation
effective - march 2007 compared effects of CBT with antidep. drugs and then both together. with 327 teens after 36 weeks 81% of CBT group and 81% of anti dep group 86% of both sig. improved.
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treating dep. eval pt 2
May not work for severe cases - can be so severepatients cant motivate thmselves to engage with CBT. could be down to patient-therapst relationship
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