How To Change Negative Core Beliefs: A Straightforward Guide to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT).

The core beliefs that cause the most common problems fall into the following 3 categories. These core beliefs commonly underlie depression and anxiety. Helpless Core Beliefs such as: “I’m incompetent” “I’m needy” “I’m weak” “I’m defective, I don’t measure up” “I’m a failure” Unlovable Core Beliefs such as: “I’m unlovable” “I’m different” “I’m bound to […]

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Model of Perfectionism

Are you a clinician looking to master CBT for Perfectionism? Get this book. Or, learn more about the CBT model of perfectionism below. CBT Model of Perfectionism Perfectionism is not the same thing as conscientiousness. For example, in a recent study of older adults, perfectionism was both associated with increased risk of mortality whereas conscientiousness […]

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Tulving (1972) | Distinctions in Long Term Memory

Print PDF Whilst Western societies argue vehemently against child labour, there seems to be a very different attitude to adolescents partaking in the work force. One in five American high school students work more than 15 hours a week alongside their schooling and, whilst this can lead to positive outcome regarding self-management, there are several […]

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Baddeley & Hitch , Working Memory

Baddeley & Hitch (1974) | Working Memory

Print PDF Whilst Western societies argue vehemently against child labour, there seems to be a very different attitude to adolescents partaking in the work force. One in five American high school students work more than 15 hours a week alongside their schooling and, whilst this can lead to positive outcome regarding self-management, there are several […]

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