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Identify two Implications of Cognitive behavioral therapy.

The first being social and the second being Ethical.

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Identify two Implications of Cognitive behavioral therapy.

The first being social and the second being Ethical.

Please help :cry2:
haven't you already idenified them then...,.
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haven't you already idenified them then...,.
I meant identify

a social implication
and an ethical implication

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Identify two Implications of Cognitive behavioral therapy.

The first being social and the second being Ethical.

Please help :cry2:
dont cry
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I meant identify

a social implication
and an ethical implication

oh... well i have no idea... google it?!
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dont cry
Coursework due tomorrow, been on this for ages now :cry2:

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oh... well i have no idea... google it?!
I did :cry2:
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oh dear...
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Coursework due tomorrow, been on this for ages now :cry2:



I did :cry2:
Ok well don't panic. Can you ask classmates?
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oh dear...
:angelblush:

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Ok well don't panic. Can you ask classmates?
No, we all have a different issue to report
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this is funny :cool:
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:angelblush:



No, we all have a different issue to report

Hope you did ok
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Well, I'm only a GCSE student...

Heres a definition I found:
noun
[COLOR=#878787 !important]noun: cognitive behavioral therapy[/COLOR]

  • a type of psychotherapy in which negative patterns of thought about the self and the world are challenged in order to alter unwanted behaviour patterns or treat mood disorders such as depression.




but surely a ethical implication of the cognitive behaviour therapy is...

That people find it morally wrong because it is:

A) Mental damaging or maybe it provides you with false hope. It could drive them into more depressive state maybe?

Social: It improves everyone's well being and happiness, thus making the world a happier and cheerful place. However, many people may just be hiding this?

i'm sorry if this is completely wrong... But it may be helpful. Sorry if I have no idea what I'm talking about
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Ethical issue - CBT involves 'inoculating'; thus exposing individual to situations that may be highly stressful. I think...
Unsure about the social implication.
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Well, I'm only a GCSE student...

Heres a definition I found:
noun
[COLOR=#878787 !important]noun: cognitive behavioral therapy[/COLOR]

  • a type of psychotherapy in which negative patterns of thought about the self and the world are challenged in order to alter unwanted behaviour patterns or treat mood disorders such as depression.




but surely a ethical implication of the cognitive behaviour therapy is...

That people find it morally wrong because it is:

A) Mental damaging or maybe it provides you with false hope. It could drive them into more depressive state maybe?

Social: It improves everyone's well being and happiness, thus making the world a happier and cheerful place. However, many people may just be hiding this?

i'm sorry if this is completely wrong... But it may be helpful. Sorry if I have no idea what I'm talking about
No, most of what you say there is correct.
You can build upon it, but you have the core ideas there.
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Ethical issue - CBT involves 'inoculating'; thus exposing individual to situations that may be highly stressful. I think...
Unsure about the social implication.
Closer to the mark...
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Closer to the mark...
Would that get me a mark at least?
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Would that get me a mark at least?
yes of course; you've highlighted the main ethical issue with therapies like this - psychological harm.
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Well, I'm only a GCSE student...

Heres a definition I found:
noun
[COLOR=#878787 !important]noun: cognitive behavioral therapy[/COLOR]

  • a type of psychotherapy in which negative patterns of thought about the self and the world are challenged in order to alter unwanted behaviour patterns or treat mood disorders such as depression.




but surely a ethical implication of the cognitive behaviour therapy is...

That people find it morally wrong because it is:

A) Mental damaging or maybe it provides you with false hope. It could drive them into more depressive state maybe?

Social: It improves everyone's well being and happiness, thus making the world a happier and cheerful place. However, many people may just be hiding this?

i'm sorry if this is completely wrong... But it may be helpful. Sorry if I have no idea what I'm talking about
thank you, it would have been nice if you could have quoted me


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Hope you did ok
yeah i finished :lol:

(Original post by Jalal Uddin)
Ethical issue - CBT involves 'inoculating'; thus exposing individual to situations that may be highly stressful. I think...
Unsure about the social implication.
thanks jalzie :hugs:


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this is funny :cool:
don't talk to me rn
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don't talk to me rn
I was never talking to you....
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i was never talking to you....
true but k
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