Targeted CBT reduces anxiety and panic. An article in the Irish Times, posits that "The first insight is that anxiety pathways in our brain can be reshaped by our mind â€“ a process called neuroplasticity. This is best done with the harnessed use of our mind. Targeted CBT exercises can reshape our anxious mind and, in turn, the very anxiety pathways creating the problem..
Bullying is most prevalent in schools, and half of all school children will experience bullying. An amazing statistic. What can be done? Model good behavior. Intervene. Listen. Listen without blaming. And watch as Ray Moody from the Albert Ellis Institute explains more about what we can do.
Hollon and EBT
Steve Hollon is an empiricist first and foremost, who looks at the long-term effects and finds CBT to be the approach supported by evidence.
ABCT is raising money to support students in the first ever #ABCTGoldChallenge2016 to kick off our 50th anniversary.*
Monies collected will be split between the Student Travel Award and the Student Research Grant. Thank you for your support!
Here's how it works!
ACCEPT: Accept the challenge;
MAKE A VIDEO OR SNAP A PHOTO: Create a video or photo of your group that features the color gold or yellow -- the wackier and more fun, the better;
DONATE: Click for the ABCT Donate Page Then click the checkbox next to 'Gold Challenge Instructions' once there for the instructions--there is no minimum donation!
UPLOAD: Upload your photo to Facebook, tagging/challenging at least one other group of ABCT mental health professionals (such as a research lab, a clinic, or a department), and copy/paste in these instructions;