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Unread May 22nd, 2011, 04:40 AM
Fionnula MacLiam Fionnula MacLiam is offline
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Default Re: Is it important to change the client's dysfunctional cognitions?

I'm surprised that Longmore & Worrell's paper hasn't come up in this discussion:

Longmore & Worrell, 2007, Do we need to challenge thoughts in CBT?, Clinical Psychology Review, 27, 173-187

available at http://www.actmindfully.com.au/upima...hts_in_CBT.pdf

(Although, I thought Behavioural Experiments are specifically designed to test thoughts & beliefs, as they don't generally fulfill criteria for exposure.)
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