Cognitive Behavioral Approaches to Psychological Recovery

By: Melbourne Cognitive Psychology  02-Jul-2011
Keywords: Marriage & Family Counsellors, Relationship Counselling, Depression Counselling

The recovery process always starts with a thorough assessment of the nature of the concern, how it developed, the everyday factors that maintain it and that can be changed in a program that results in
lasting improvement. Recovery must include learning, new skills to cope with everyday pressures complemented by systematic training: A program to develop cognitive and social skills that are effective as part of a long-term rehabilitation program. It has been shown that these non-biological forms of treatment do not only help to develop learning and reasoning skills, they contribute to healthy information processing in the brain.

Keywords: Counselling and Psychotherapy, Couple Counselling, Depression Counselling, Depression Therapy, Family Counselling, Grief Counselling, Marriage & Family Counsellors, Relationship Counselling, Stress Counselling

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