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In-text: ("Blog Archives : Page 6 Of 18 : Praxis Continuing Education And Training")
Your Bibliography: "Blog Archives : Page 6 Of 18 : Praxis Continuing Education And Training." Praxis Continuing Education and Training. N.p., 2019. Web. 17 Dec. 2019.
Your Bibliography: Branson, J. "Case Conceptualization | Counseling.Education." Counseling.education. N.p., 2019. Web. 17 Dec. 2019.
Client conceptualization is foundational to an effective counselling practice, as conceptualization increases counsellors’ empathy toward clients, which enables the counsellor to make treatment decisions that are theoretically grounded and culturally appropriate. Conceptualizing clients also provides counsellors with an opportunity to explore the ways in which the counsellor’s personal values, biases, beliefs, and worldview are influencing the counselling process.
Your Bibliography: Branson, J. "Conceptualizing | Counseling.Education." Counseling.education. N.p., 2019. Web. 11 Dec. 2019.
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Your Bibliography: John, and Segal. "Week 4-Cd2-Add5261.Docx - Case Conceptualization Discuss What The Process Includes In Order To Develop A Case Conceptualization Define Case." Coursehero.com. N.p., 2019. Web. 17 Dec. 2019.
Your Bibliography: Kerr, Michael E. "Theory." The Bowen Center. N.p., 2019. Web. 17 Dec. 2019.
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) there is growing interest in the use of CBT with children and young people. This interest has been encouraged by several reviews which have concluded that CBT is a promising and effective intervention for the treatment of child psychological problems (Kazdin and Weisz, 1998; Roth and Fonagy, 1996; Wallace et al., 1995). CBT has been found to be effective in treating generalized anxiety disorders (Kendall, 1994; Kendall et al., 1997; Silverman et al., 1999a), depressive disorders (Harrington et al., 1998; Lewinsohn and Clarke, 1999), interpersonal problems and social phobia (Spence and Donovan, 1998; Spence et al., 2000), school refusal (King et al., 1998) and sexual abuse (Cohen and Mannarino, 1996, 1998), and in the management of pain (Sanders et al., 1994). In addition, CBT has been advocated as producing positive effects with a range of other problems, including adolescent conduct (Herbert, 1998), and eating (Schmidt, 1998).
Your Bibliography: Stallard, Paul. Think Good, Feel Good: A Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Workbook For Children And Young People. 2nd ed. Wiley & Sons, 2019. Print.
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