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(p. 85) Session 3: Automatic Thoughts and Rational Responses 

(p. 85) Session 3: Automatic Thoughts and Rational Responses
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(p. 85) Session 3: Automatic Thoughts and Rational Responses
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Anne Marie Albano

and Patricia Marten DiBartolo

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780195307764.003.0005
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date: 23 October 2020

Chapter 5 outlines the third session of the treatment program. This session focuses on automatic thoughts (ATs) and rational responses (RRs), and discusses labelling distortions (such as all-or-nothing thinking, catastrophisation, and disqualifying the positive), and rational responses to these distortions. A visualization practice script is used to help reduce general levels of stress.

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