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(p. 97) Module 4: Cognitive Flexibility: (Corresponds to Chapter 8 of the UP Workbook) 

(p. 97) Module 4: Cognitive Flexibility: (Corresponds to Chapter 8 of the UP Workbook)
(p. 97) Module 4: Cognitive Flexibility: (Corresponds to Chapter 8 of the UP Workbook)

David H. Barlow

, Todd J. Farchione

, Shannon Sauer-Zavala

, Heather Murray Latin

, Kristen K. Ellard

, Jacqueline R. Bullis

, Kate H. Bentley

, Hannah T. Boettcher

, and Clair Cassiello-Robbins

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date: 13 April 2021

Chapter 9 of Unified Protocol for Transdiagnostic Treatment of Emotional Disorders: Therapist Guide focuses on one very important component of emotional experiences: thoughts. Specifically, therapists will teach their patients to develop a greater awareness of how patient thoughts (or interpretations) influence their emotions, to learn to identify their negative thinking patterns, and to increase flexibility in interpreting different situations. The concepts introduced in this chapter are aimed to facilitate patients’ ability to approach emotion-provoking situations and respond to their emotions in more helpful, adaptive ways.

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