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Who developed cognitive behavioral theory?

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Who developed cognitive behavioral theory?

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Believing thoughts that are in our minds that do not reflect reality can be a very destructive practice, especially if these thoughts cause depression. Cognitive behavioral therapy is a way of changing maladaptive thinking to more mindful awareness.

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Dr. Aaron T. Beck developed cognitive behavioral therapy, or CBT, during the 1960s at the University of Pennsylvania. A tenet of CBT is that the way a...

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Evidence-Based Practice in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
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In this lesson, you will learn the definitions of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and evidence-based practice (EBP). We'll look at the ways that CBT is classified as evidence-based using examples throughout the lesson.


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