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Unread February 8th, 2005, 10:19 AM
JustBen JustBen is offline
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Default Re: AABT becomes ABCT

It sounds like there are at least four behavior therapists that limit themselves to behavioral techniques and do not wish to be associated with cognitive therapy. Have you known cognitive therapists that limit themselves to cognitive techniques and don't engage in behavioral ones? I think I remember reading Beck saying something along the lines of, "Cognitive Therapy is cognitive in theory, and cognitive and behavioral in execution." Still, are there "straight cognitive" therapists out there? I'm just curious.
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