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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), pioneered in the U.S.A. by psychologist Donald Meichenbaum, represented an integration of the behavioral modification techniques of Edward Thorndike with the cognitive therapies of Aaron Beck and Albert Ellis. CBT would see anxiety as a maladaptive emotion that represented a thinking disorder that has interfered with adjustment to cancer. Followers of CBT seek to alter the patient™s maladaptive thinking by changing behaviors. The counseling experience would guide the patient through a problembased, cognitive process to modify their actions. The question that remained unanswered by the article was whether CBT was executed in Japan by the Certified Nurse Specialists, as it is done in the USA
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Last date updated on March, 2021