CBT History
CBT Skills
CBT Concepts
Name the Type of Core Belief
True or False
100

Who developed CBT?

Aaron Beck

100
If a coping skill doesn't work the first time you use it, should you try it again?

Yes, you never know when a coping skill might work.

100

What three things are connected in the CBT triangle?

Thoughts, Emotions, and Behaviors (or actions).

100

I am a failure.
I am inferior.
I am worthless.

These are defective type core beliefs. 

100

You can experience more than one emotion at a time.

True.

200
Name at least 1 disorder CBT can be helpful for.

Anxiety, depression, substance abuse, eating disorders, personality disorders.

200

Name 3 bad emotions.

This is a trick question. While emotions can be negative or positive, there is no good or bad emotion. It is how we act on those emotions that can be good or bad.

200

In the CBT triangle, what does the "E" stand for?

Emotions.

200

I am a loser.
I am powerless.
I am weak.

Helplessness.
200

Thoughts from the CBT Triangle can be both helpful and unhelpful.

True.

300

What does CBT stand for?

Cognitive behavioral therapy

300
Name 3 cognitive distortions.
300

In the CBT triangle what does the "B" (or "A") stand for?

Behaviors or actions.

300

I don't matter.
I am unwanted.
I am alone.

Unloved.

300
Coping skills should not be used when you are experiencing extreme emotions.

False.

400

CBT has been around since the 1940's. True or False

False, it was developed in the 1960's.

400

Tell of a time you used a CBT skill.

400

In the CBT triangle what does the "T" stand for?

Thoughts.

400

I am unimportant.
People I love always leave me.
I can't be happy on my own.

Abandonment.

400

It's important to know how to use more than one coping skill.

True…not every coping skill is going to work in every situation. It’s important to know how to use multiple coping skills so if one doesn’t work you can try another, and another.

500

What are the three aspects of CBT?

Automatic thoughts

Cognitive distortions
Underlying beliefs

500
Name 5 different coping skills.
500

What are core beliefs?

The central beliefs about yourself and the world.

500

Everything is my fault.
I can't trust others.
I can fix people.

Responsibility.

500

You are an amazing, intelligent person, and deserve to feel good about yourself.

TRUE!

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