By Sandra Sassaroli, Giovanni Maria Ruggiero
The purpose of this ebook is to demonstrate a variation of the normal cognitive therapy for consuming problems. This treatment relies at the precept that assessing and treating the patient's technique of fear and experience of regulate fosters better knowing of the psychopathology of the consuming illness and raises the efficacy of cognitive remedy. The e-book is an edited choice of chapters that debate the psychopathological roles performed through keep an eye on and fear in consuming issues, and supply an in depth description of the healing protocol, which basically specializes in the therapy of the cognitive elements of regulate and fear as middle issue of a psychotherapy of consuming issues. furthermore, the publication indicates contributions from different theorists within the box who've investigated the position of fear, preoccupation, and regulate, or who discover the connections among fear, keep an eye on, and different emotional components underlying consuming issues, reminiscent of perfectionism, vanity, and impulsivity.
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In general, disorders involve the repeated use of constructions despite repeated invalidation. 2. 1. Personal Construct Processes and Control The notion of control is central to personal construct theory since, for Kelly (1955), an individual‘s constructs are the means by which he or she controls and predicts the world. For example, he stated that a person may control his or her destiny ‗to the extent that he can develop a construction system with which he identifies himself and which is sufficiently comprehensive to subsume the world around him‘ (p.
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