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(p. 61) Sessions 2 and 3: Mindfulness, Relaxation, and Cognitive Tools 

(p. 61) Sessions 2 and 3: Mindfulness, Relaxation, and Cognitive Tools
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(p. 61) Sessions 2 and 3: Mindfulness, Relaxation, and Cognitive Tools
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Victor G. Carrión

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10.1093/med:psych/9780190201326.003.0005
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date: 29 October 2020

The second and third sessions of cue-centered therapy continue with the introduction of tools and the development of a skill set for the management of pervasive negative thoughts. Emphasis is placed on emotional awareness, management of physiological symptoms, and cognitive restructuring. Positive thought insertion techniques are detailed, as are other exercises that build a foundation for mindful awareness and relaxation, and the acquisition of cognitive skills. Take-home exercises are provided to prepare families for the upcoming chronic traumatic stress history sessions.

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