Model of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
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The A B C D Model of CBT
Human emotions and behavior are determined by our belief systems and the way we process events, rather than the actual events themselves. The ABCD model of cognitive behavior therapy is presented b Albert Ellis 1957.
There are the following component of this model
A Activating Event
B Belief System
A situation or person that triggers dysfunctional thinking.
This situation of people doesn’t cause their feelings their benefits. Their belief about these events does. Individuals may or may not have control over the activating events, but can focus their attention on how to manage their reaction to activating events that they have little or no control over.
An individual’s belief system that they filter everything through.
These can be rational beliefs, (consistent with reality, based on fact and data), or irrational beliefs (not supported by evidence or reality). It is usually irrational beliefs that are the source of an individual’s concern.
The emotional or cognitive consequences of the interaction between the activating event and belief systems. A and B.
These are the obvious signs of discomfort, such as anxiety, depression, anger, fear, guilt, and so on. Rational beliefs tend to lead to healthy outcomes, while irrational beliefs tend to lead to unhealthy consequences.
Disputing the irrational beliefs and thought patterns.
An individual has to come to the realization themselves that their belief system is the cause of their problem, and have to want to change that. Once irrational beliefs are eliminated, these then need to be replaced with a more healthy rational, and consistent belief system.