Cognitive Behavior Therapy Blogs
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Dr. Jonathan Kaplan’s Urban Mindfulness blog features tips on how to use mindfulness practices to cope with busy city living. It also discusses the use of mindfulness in psychotherapy.
Dr. Pamela Wiegartz, a CBT expert, writes about anxiety issues from a CBT perspective.
Dr. John Forsyth, an expert in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, writes about using mindfulness and other ACT strategies to achieve peace of mind and live a more purposeful life.
Dr. Kristin Neff writes about how to cultivate self-compassion.
Dr. Robert Leahy, Director of the American Institute for Cognitive Therapy in New York City, shares CBT strategies for managing a number of problems, such as depression, anxiety, unemployment, and relationship issues.
Dr. Judith Beck, President of the Beck Institute, writes about CBT treatment and its application to a number of problems, including obesity and anxiety.
The Beck Institute is one of the foremost teaching and training institutes for CBT. The Beck Institute was founded by Dr. Aaron T. Beck, who is considered the father of CBT. His daughter, Dr. Judy Beck, is now President of the Institute. The blog contains information about new developments in CBT as well as highlights from Beck Institute trainings.