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Andrea finds others invalidating, which further confirms her web of dysfunctional beliefs. BEHAVIORAL STRATEGIES It is painful for people to hold extreme views of themselves, their worlds, and other people. , 2004). Andrea, for example, believed that she was vulnerable and that other people were potentially hurtful. Therefore she developed a strategy of making herself hyperaware 26 COGNITIVE THERAPY FOR CHALLENGING PROBLEMS of others’ behavior and keeping herself keenly alert for possible signs of malevolence.
A sound conceptualization allows the therapist to guide treatment effectively and efficiently. Patients may enter therapy with many problems and may experience hundreds of dysfunctional cognitions in the course of their day or week that lead to distress and dysfunctional behavior. How do cognitive therapists decide what to focus on in therapy? In general, they focus on problems (situations, behaviors, symptoms) that are current, upsetting, and likely to bring further distress in the coming week.
Automatic thoughts can also be imaginal in nature. Dena heard a noise (situation 1) and had an image of her baby falling down the stairs. ” When patients do appraise their thoughts, therapists need to conceptualize whether to focus on the original automatic thought or on its appraisal. Often the latter is significantly more important. Conceptualizing Patients Who Present Challenges 33 1. Single event: Therapist asks patient if she did the homework. ” 2. Distressing thoughts: Patient catches herself obsessing about germs.