Dear Lisa, Cheers P.H.
I have found Heidegger to be relevant to the use of CBT as he advocated involvement with those around us in order to be "authentic".A good starter book is written by Polt,I can,t remember the title.
Also you might want to contact my past philosophy tutor, (for my cbt degree) at Salford University,Dr Steve Horrocks.
Phone 0161-295-5000.He's very helpful and approachable.
Epitecus in pre-christian times said."it isn't what happened to a person that maintains distress but how the person interprets what happened" or words to that effect.
As you will know this philosophy underpins the cbt treatment philosophy.
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