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Reflective practice in cognitive behavioural therapy : The engine of lifelong learning

@inproceedings{BennettLevy2009ReflectivePI,
  title={Reflective practice in cognitive behavioural therapy : The engine of lifelong learning},
  author={J. Bennett-Levy and R. Thwaites and Anna Chaddock and Melanie L Davis and J. Stedmon},
  year={2009}
}
Reflection plays a significant, indeed central, role in cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), in common with other therapies. The importance of reflection has been implicit in CBT writing from the earliest stages. For instance, one of the cornerstones of CBT, the use of Socratic questioning to identify and test thoughts and underlying assumptions, is quintessentially a reflective practice both for clients (Beck et al. 1979) and therapists (Padesky 1996). Until recently, what has been absent from… Expand

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