Sunday, February 5, 2023

Tag: critique of CBT

New Book Deconstructs Ideology of Cognitive Therapy

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CBT forwards a hyper-rational perspective of human suffering that complements a managerialist culture of efficiency and institutionalization in the Western world.

Researchers Question ā€œGold Standardā€ Status of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

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Researchers argue for plurality and diversity among psychotherapy approaches and question the perceived superiority of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).

One Psychologist’s Mission to Save Talk Therapy

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In this episodeĀ of WBUR'sĀ On Point Radio, psychologist Enrico Gnaulati explains why long-term psychotherapy has been devalued ever since the release and marketing of Prozac....

New Thinking Questions Gold Standard Status for CBT

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FromĀ Forbes: According to an article published in theĀ Journal of the American Medical Association, cognitive behavioral therapy should no longer be the routine first choice...

Half of Low Intensity CBT Clients Relapse Within 12 Months

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FromĀ The British Psychological Society: A recent study on low intensity CBT, a short-term form of CBT involving self-help books and internet exercises that is...

CBT: Part of the Solution, Part of the Problem, an...

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Cognitive behavioral therapy or CBT has been pretty heavily criticized by a number of Mad in America (MIA) bloggers and commenters in the past few years. In a way that isnā€™t surprising, because most MIA bloggers are looking for radical change, and CBT often appears to be part of the establishment, especially within the therapy world. But while Iā€™m all for criticizing whatā€™s wrong with CBT, especially with bad CBT, I think thereā€™s also a danger in getting so caught up in pointing out real or imagined flaws that we fail to notice where CBT can be part of the solution, helping us move toward more humanistic and effective methods of helping.