The New ABCs: A Practitioner's Guide to Neuroscience-Informed Cognitive-Behavior Therapyby Thomas A. Field; Eric T. Beeson; Laura K. JonesVolume 37, Issue 03 - July 2015 Cognitive-behavioral therapy models are evolving to take into account the impact of physiological responses on client distress and the secondary role of conscious cognitions and beliefs in perpetuating distress and dysfunction. This article presents an accessible and practical description of a neuroscience-informed cognitive-behavior therapy model, in the hope that readers will learn how to apply this model in practice.
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