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General Introduction to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

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Cass Carlopio
Sleep Expert, Psychologist & Meditation
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a great framework for understanding the role our thoughts and beliefs have on how we feel, how we behave and how we interact with life around us. This track is an introduction to this framework with examples.
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Bobbi
Thoughts
I learned that my thoughts or gnats change my mood later in the day. Ex if I’m running late my thoughts are usually why didn’t you start getting ready earlier, you’re stupid you knew you had to leave at __ time. These make me mad and impatient. Then when I have to help Juliya I’m impatient with her and yell at her over the smallest things. I need to recognize these gnats for what they are and not allow them to change my mood.
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Walter J
Introducing...
CBT...finally, the next big thing... What you think about you bring about! Been sayin that for years, doing it for decades. B careful what you think about!!! ❤️🧠🍀
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Danette
CBT
I learned to change my thoughts on certain reactions to situations. Ha I g a positive thought regarding a negative situation will change my outlook on it.
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Karen
CBT
I should focus my emotions on positive thoughts and not go immediately to the negative thoughts When things go wrong.
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Amaya
Teo ways of looking at the same picture
The consequences of negative thoughts take you further than you may think This is tremendous, and should provide you with enogh strength to avoid them
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Faizul
CBT
CBT encourages me to view things from a different perspective. Yeah, to some degree, it affect the way I respond, react and behave. The overall outcome is positive most of the time.
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Aimee
Thought responses
I learned that it is not feeling but thinking that drives our responses to all situations. Once a person can recognize the thought connected to a negative response then your able to change that thinking for a positive response.
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Andrea
Second thoughts
I learned that I’d like to be able to respond to most of the events in my life without NATs. It feels really hard. But I want to get there.
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Mary
CBT
I'm already practicing the basics of CBT by flipping bad thoughts about others choices into compassionate thoughts.