By David F. Tolin PhD
*Numerous attractive sidebars: do that, The technological know-how at the back of It, Adapting the method, and more.
*End-of-chapter own objective Worksheets that permit self-practice of middle CBT skills.
*Quick-reference definitions of key terms.
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Alternatively, for the client who is drinking too much, we can easily see the problem in the behavioral system (what the client does), but the disturbances in the cognitive system and the emotional system might not be so apparent. As you’ll see, part of our job as therapists is to look for all of the elements of this triad and to understand how they fit together. In the next three chapters, we talk about each system in detail. After that, we discuss how these three systems interact with each other and how you can use that information to create a road map for your treatment.
What Do Behaviors Do? Behavior Affects Emotions Our behaviors can have a strong influence on our emotions. For example: • Scott, who is socially anxious, avoids going to parties or interacting with people he doesn’t know well. His avoidant behavior, temporarily relieving as it may be, has contributed to the maintenance of his fear. By avoiding, he deprives himself of the opportunity to receive corrective information about social interactions.
His public speaking fear persists over time. • Melissa, who has PTSD, is afraid to remember the details of her traumatic experiences because of the painful feelings associated with those memories. Therefore, she goes out of her way to avoid talking about the traumas, seeing people or places that are objectively safe but that might remind her of the traumas, seeing things on TV that might bring up memories of the traumas, and so on. • Suzanne, who has GAD, engages in excessive worrying in order to prevent being “caught off guard” by a disaster.