I am having difficulty understanding why this question has even been posted. As Cognitive Behaviourists we know how important rehearsal is to mastering a skill. That is, in effect, what homework is. Furthermore, one's efforts in completing homework provides insight into their motivation and commitment to change. Therapy sessions should be more about reviewing previous assignments and preparing for the next homework assignment than about the therapist simply telling the client what they should do. We want the individual to make their own life changes, not make such changes for them. In short, I guess more simply put, CBT homework is VERY important to the client's success.
In short, I guess more simply put, CBT homework is VERY important to the client's success.
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