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• On CBT:
The midterm assignment will be a 7-8 page paper, excluding cover sheet and references on your conceptualization of a cognitive-behavioral (CBT) intervention with a client. If you have not had the opportunity to actually perform this type of intervention with a client, please think of a type of behavior or thought/thinking pattern that your client might want to change and write about how you conceive this process using CBT would proceed. Please discuss the phases of intervention: engagement, assessment, intervention and termination (if termination applies and is relevant). Please discuss how the cognitive-behavioral intervention either proceeded and ended or is still proceeding. Please reflect on your clinical interventions and the overall contributions and limitations of using an evidence-based practice such as cognitive behavioral intervention, in general. You may discuss how you would use (or have used, if possible) cognitive behavioral interventions alone or in conjunction with other clinical approaches. This paper should be above the 6 references from the syllabus. You may also use additional research articles/readings from the library website, if you feel it is necessary and/or appropriate to support the points you are trying to convey in your paper, however additional articles are not necessary. Your paper will be graded to a large extent on how well you integrate readings assigned in class. APA style required. Please write clearly and concisely. Please proofread your paper. Due on Tuesday, October 12, 2021; please email in before class that day.
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