Maladaptive Assumptions in CBT
Maladaptive assumptions (also called underlying assumptions, intermediate beliefs, dysfunctional beliefs) in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, are, as the names suggest, maladaptive/dysfunctional beliefs underlying automatic thoughts.
They are simply the rules behind our automatic thoughts.
As you might … Read More
In this post, I will try to tell you about what automatic thoughts are and how to identify them.
Sometimes, all of a sudden, we find ourselves feeling depressed, anxious, furious, guilty… However, we can’t tell why. If someone asks, we … Read More
In this post, I will try to tell you about how to challenge automatic thoughts.
You might have identified more than one automatic thought that you consider to work on. Focus on the one that seems to cause the most … Read More