This book describes strategic decision making a flexible yet evidenced based approach to working through decision points in order to move treatment forward in cognitive behavioral therapy it dispels the myth that there is a single right therapeutic intervention that must be delivered in any one instance in fact many courses of action can . Strategic decision making in cognitive behavioral therapy by dr amy wenzel is a hit it is a go to book which helps therapist to refine their skills and enhance effectiveness it is a well written easy to read book with great examples and instructions on how and when decision making in cognitive therapy is helpful. Clearly the book offers a compelling rationale and strong evidence for the concepts and practice of strategic decision making when implementing cognitive behavioral therapy james k luiselli edd abpp bcba d is senior vice president applied research clinical training and peer review at the may institute in norwood mass. Strategic decision making in cognitive behavioral therapy cognitive behavioral therapists face numerous instances during each session and throughout the course of treatment in which they must make a clinical decision. These cognitive strategies come from cognitive behavioral therapy a problem solving therapy that can help people with indecisiveness it is not uncommon for people struggling with anxiety or depression to have problems with decision making
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