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Re: CBT Dinah

Posted by Phoenix1 on January 4, 2008, at 18:47:22

In reply to Re: CBT Phoenix1, posted by Dinah on January 4, 2008, at 17:06:31

> It's all in the practitioner, I'd guess. Reading about CBT can make it sound mechanical. A good therapist probably won't.
> FWIW, many therapists are not entirely wed to one school of thought. Many CBT therapists will also explore your background, probably with an emphasis on how it's affecting your current behavior patterns and cognitions.

Thanks Dinah, you're right, I'm looking at this as if it's a black and white thing and forgetting the shades of grey. The T that I'm going to also does IPT that I know nothing about. I hope he's good, but I guess I'll know after a session or two. Thanks for responding.





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