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and Behavioral Assessment, 30, 71–78. Toneatto, T., & Sobell, L. C. (1990). Pathological gambling treated with cognitive behavior therapy: a case report. Addictive Behaviors, 15 , 497–501. Volberg

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interventions, as well as arguments on clinical and public health considerations ( Rumpf et al., 2018 ). Cognitive behavioral therapies (CBTs) are firmly established in the addiction treatment field and thus far CBT clinical conceptualizations and

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Journal of Behavioral Addictions
Authors: Alexandra Torres-Rodríguez, Mark D. Griffiths, Xavier Carbonell, and Ursula Oberst

European youth. Based on the peer-reviewed literature, cognitive-behavior therapy (CBT) appears to be the most commonly applied treatment for online addictions including IGD ( Greenfield, 1999 ; Griffiths & Meredith, 2009 ; Kaptsis, King

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., 2016 ; Hook, Reid, Penberthy, Davis, & Jennings, 2014 ; Kaplan & Krueger, 2010 ; Naficy, Samenow, & Fong, 2013 ; Sniewski, Farvid, & Carter, 2018 ; von Franqué, Klein, & Briken, 2015 ; Wéry & Billieux, 2017 ), cognitive behavior therapy (CBT

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intervention effects in individuals with IUD, especially in adolescents, are rare. An intervention study from Li and Wang (2013) targeting adolescents and offering cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) in the intervention group and basic counseling in the

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–19. [Hungarian] 11 Perczel-Forintos, D., Mórotz, K.: Cognitive behavioral therapy. [Kognitív viselkedés terápia] Medicina Könyvkiadó, Budapest, 2010. [Hungarian

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Abstract

Background

Adolescent shoplifting occurs in an estimated 15% of the United States population. Although adolescent stealing is associated with significant psychosocial consequences there is limited research concerning efficacious treatments.

Case study

A 17-year-old male with a history of compulsive stealing was treated using a six-session, individualized cognitive-behavioral therapy protocol which included motivational interviewing, psycho-education, behavioral modification, and an exposure script using imaginal desensitization. After the six-session therapy, the patient continued for eight further sessions of therapy to maintain treatment gains. His Yale-Brown Obsessive Compulsive Scale scores dropped from a 22 pre-treatment to a 3 at the end of the 14 sessions of therapy and he remained abstinent from stealing.

Discussion

This case reports on the successful use of an individualized, cognitive behavioral therapy on an adolescent with compulsive shoplifting and other antisocial behaviors. This treatment provides a promising step towards the treatment of a relatively common adolescent behavior.

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A negatív kogníciókhoz képest a pozitív kogníciók az elmúlt évtizedekben viszonylag kevés figyelmet kaptak a pszichológiai alapkutatásokban és a kognitív viselkedésterápiában. Az alkalmazott pozitív pszichológia megjelenésével a pozitív érzelmek és erősségek egyre nagyobb szerephez juthatnak a terápiás munka során. Feltételezhető, hogy a bemutatott optimizmusra fókuszáló intervenciók, életminőség-terápia, jóllétterápia és pozitív pszichoterápia a Clark és Beck (2010) által leírt konstruktív munkamód támogatásával fejti ki pozitív hatását.

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Journal of Psychedelic Studies
Authors: Eduardo Ekman Schenberg, Maria Angélica de Castro Comis, João Felipe Morel Alexandre, Bruno Daniel Rasmussen Chaves, Luís Fernando Tófoli, and Dartiu Xavier da Silveira

Background

Substance use disorders are important contributors to the global burden of disease, but current treatments are not associated with high rates of recovery. The lack of approved and effective treatments is acutely problematic for psychostimulants like cocaine and crack cocaine. One promising alternative in the treatment of drug dependence in general and psychostimulants in particular is the use of the psychedelic alkaloid ibogaine combined with psychotherapy. This was recently shown to induce prolonged periods of abstinence in polydrug users, including psychostimulants. However, drug dependence treatments cannot be comprehensively evaluated with reductions in consumption alone, with current recommendations including secondary outcome measures like craving, family and social relationship, quality of life, and self-efficacy.

Methods

We therefore employed a directed approach to qualitative content analysis to evaluate the outcomes of a treatment combining ibogaine with cognitive-behavioral therapy based on data gathered from patient’s reports obtained in semi-structured interviews.

Main findings

The results revealed that patients benefited from the treatment in all the secondary outcomes, reporting decreases in craving and improvements in personal relationships, quality of life, and self-efficacy, thus supporting existing notions that treatments combining ibogaine and psychotherapy do have a therapeutic potential in the treatment of substance use disorders.

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Elméleti összefoglalómban a kognitív terápiás irányzaton belül kialakult terápiás irányzat, a sématerápia bemutatására vállalkozom. A sématerápia súlyos kapcsolati problémákkal küzdő, személyiségzavarban vagy krónikus első tengely zavarban szenvedő páciensek számára kidolgozott hosszú (heti két alkalom, két éven át) egyéni vagy csoportos terápia. Először bemutatom a sématerápia kognitív, viselkedésterápiás, tárgykapcsolati és kötődéselméletet, Gestalt-terápiás elemeket integráló elméletét. A tanulmány második felében áttekintem a sématerápia hatékonyságára és a korai maladaptív sémaelmélet egyes elemeit alátámasztó kutatási eredményeket. Végül összefoglalom a sématerápia főbb szakaszait és specifikus terápiás technikáit: kognitív, viselkedésmintákat megtörő, élményalapú és a terápiás kapcsolatra fókuszáló technikákat.

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