Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Paper

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Cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) is a unique style of therapy it is one of the most empirically reinforced kinds of therapy utilize for psychological disorders, and Siang-Yang (2007), in “Use of Prayer and Scripture in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy” promotes an integration that will provide clients clarity into internal healing. Siang-Yang (2007) provides a clear view and well-considered approach that introduces a Christian approach as to when to be the proper time to integrate the Bible, scriptures, and prayers to be the foundation in cognitive behavioral therapy sessions. The distinctive component of the therapy is initiated with the client when they have self-regulation of religious zeal it is also the responsibility of the client to promote…show more content…
The article is informative it provides different approaches to cognitive-behavioral therapy; a counselor responsibility is not to diagnosed but rather to explore the diagnosis as to what is trigging the client to behave in a certain manner. The article did not require statistical methods to prove that integration of scripture and prayer have a plethora of positive outcomes. The reading elaborates on techniques from previous readings from courses within the tutelage of counseling. There will be a time during counseling when then counselor may feel uncertain about the integration of prayer and scripture however like Siang-Yang (2007) stated that in Christian it is not mandatory or required to integrate both principles during a counseling session. A client may not require spiritual intervention because they are not being rebellious towards other people in cognitive behavior therapy the damage in many cases is being done by the individual to…show more content…
I will be straight forward with the client in regards to understanding and know their current spiritual beliefs. In a counseling session with a client that is confronting their issue of depression or anxiety, probing them to elaborate on their answers may result in an undesirable session. Setting boundaries and expectations would be established for the benefits of the counselor and the counselee. Siang-Yang (2007) article would serve as a manual that would outline the phases and the requirements that will be needed to graduate to the next level. The patient would have to be actively engaged during our counseling sessions; I need to ensure the client that during our counseling sessions will be a no judgment zone. The judgment will only come to God as mentioned in the book of James 4:12 (ESV) “There are only one lawgiver and judge, he who can save and to destroy. But who are you to judge your neighbor?" I am a Christian counselor that will provide guidance and motivation to the client for to successful repentance and reconciliation of their actions in

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