Cognitive-behavior therapy is a therapy that tries to find solution to behavior problems by understanding and changing the cognitive structure of human being. The main assumption of cognitive-behavior therapy is that the events in the…
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This avoidance again reinforces his negative thinking and strengthens his fears, and eventually the fear becomes a permanent part of his thoughts, emotions and behavior which increases his social and personal problems (Wright, Basco & Thae, 2006, p.4). The movie ‘Good Will Hunting’ is about a young man, who, because of his painful and lonely past, refuses to face the fears which are buried deep inside him, and how a psychology professor, Sean, helps him to deal with his fears by revealing his fears which are hidden under the mask of confident personality.
1) Professor Sean takes Will to a park and talks about Will’s behavior pattern. He says that by portraying a confident, knowledgeable and strong personality, he stops others from looking deep into the ‘real’ person. He tells Will that his lonely life and painful past affects him and the inferior complex that he has about his personal life keeps him from making new friends. Sean says that the fear of new life and social challenges has kept him from going out of Boston. However, to hide this fear and inferior complex, he uses his intellectual abilities to impress people and tries to show as if he does not think that people are capable of understanding him.
2) In one of the sessions, Will tells Sean that he is dating a girl. When asked if he called her again, Will tells Sean that he is in no hurry as he thinks that she is interesting as long he does not get close to her. He assumes that she might not be as smart as he is and hence, does not want to get disappointed by knowing her. However, Sean makes Will realize
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The young man works as a janitor Massachusetts Institute of Technology and involvements in low skilled jobs, fighting, hanging out with friends, and getting in trouble characterize his lifestyle. Nevertheless, Will Hunting is a mathematical genius. Many relationships in this story relate to various communication theories like the social penetration theory.
Moreover, this sets up a basis for an even deeper relationship with the patient which is imperative in terms of trust. Trust in this field plays an important role in problem resolution in that when the patient opens up, the psychologist has the upper hand in that he can get a view of the issue from the patient’s end.
Depression, anxiety, panic and phobias can cause disability of the patients and sometimes patients in this cognitive behavior problem commit suicide.
Cognitive behavior problems occurred when patient is thinking about distorted thing around him and the connection between troublesome situations and the reactions to them.
The theory is particularly well developed (and empirically supported) in the case of depression, where clients frequently experience unduly negative thoughts which arise automatically even in response to stimuli which might otherwise be experienced as positive.
Thus it has straight applicability to clients with great Asperger's disease who are recognized to have deficits and distortions in thinking.
The therapy has numerous components, the first being an appraisal of the environment and degree of mood chaos using self reporting scales and a scientific interview.
Negative automatic thoughts not only make us feel bad or depressed, but they can also stop us from doing right things. We may find ourselves thinking "I'll not be able to do it, what's the point in trying" and finally we get depressed. Depression is a chronic illness that requires long-term treatment but most of the antidepressant drugs possess severe adverse.
They are always seeking groups to belong to…” (pp 49) Infact she draws the dangerous conclusion that by being unaware of our complete reliance on a kind of an ideological bondage, which colors our perception of ourselves and of the
However, research has indicated that the level of efficacy of one solution to another; these differences have created a scenario where practitioners engage in review of the most appropriate techniques to ensure that they are
In particular, this paper gives a reflective account of learning in relation to application of the principles of evidence-based CBT. To achieve this, the paper incorporates critical analysis of how various techniques are linked to