In Bandura’s (1977) formulation, four primary forms of learning are recognized: direct associative experience, vicarious learning, symbolic instruction, and symbolic logic. Since therapy is viewed as a learning experience, these four forms are often integrated into Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy. Directed skills training (behaviour rehearsal),for example, represents an application of associative experience. Symbolic,live, and imaginal models are often used to demonstrate skills and communicate realistic contingencies. Verbal techniques ranging from didactive instruction to logical self-scrutiny are relied upon in instances where irrational thought patterns or inadequate coping skills are believed to be operative (cf. Ellis, 1962; Beck, 1976; Meichenbaum, 1977).In many instances the techniques (or procedures) employed by the Cognitive-Behavioral therapist are not dramatically different from those used by more traditional behaviour therapists (although it is also easy to find procedural differences). This may reflect the fact that the primary source of ideological divergence between these two groups lies more within the realm of presumed process (cognition versus conditioning) rather than procedure.Since the Cognitive-Behavioural therapist places greater emphasis on the potential importance of intrapersonal factors, however, it should be no surprise that his assessment and selected method of treatment often reflect this cognitive-affective concern.
At the molecular level of techniques, the Cognitive-Behavioral therapist employs many of the standard behavior modification procedures:self observation, behaviour rehearsal, contracting, relaxation training, desensitization, and so on. At the more molar level, however, these techniques are woven into a more broad spectrum approach that aspires to teaching coping skills that will serve the client in future stress situations. Generalization and maintenance are strongly emphasized, along with responsible client participation in the selection of therapy goals and procedures.Three somewhat overlapping categories of Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy are distinguishable: the cognitive-restructuring therapies, the coping-skills therapies, and the problem-solving therapies (Mahoney and Arnkoff, 1978). All share a varying emphasis on the use of direct, vicarious, and symbolic instruction such that the person’s general adaptation skills are enhanced. These skills include accurate perception and evaluation of a stressor, the ability to identify and evaluate perceived contingencies, and the ability to participate actively in one’s own coping through acquired cognitive skills.
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