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Wessler’s Cognitive Analytic Therapy


Wessler’s cognitive analytic therapy is a short-term cognitive therapy. It has certain things in common with other cognitive therapies. However, it approaches motivation in a different way. In fact, it assumes that emotion drives behavior, as opposed to schemas. Cognitive analytic therapy aims to treat certain personality disorders. It considers these disorders as dimensions rather than categories. The therapy bases itself on Millon’s Multiaxial Clinical Inventory, combined with a life history questionnaire. This therapy forms a part of social learning and interpersonal therapy. It also includes techniques of person-centered counseling, Gestalt therapy, and Ellis’s Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT). Its…

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