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So I have CBT session 2 under my belt now.

I was still very nervous – evident in my constant fidgeting. But I managed not to cry so progress. 1,044 more words

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Would you like CBT or Something Deeper Madam?

Cognitive behavioural therapy is very good in many ways. There is no denying that it has a lot of strengths. I use several techniques that come from the CBT repertoire and I wouldn’t be without them, but I have to admit that I find the hype, and the halo of praise and official approval, that has hovered around CBT for the past decade gives me the creeps. 370 more words


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Cognitive Behavior:

List of Thinking Errors by Judith S. Beck (1995) from Cognitive Therapy: Basics and Beyond, Gulford Press, Figure 8.2, p.

Social Work

ChalkTalk Video – The Veeam Backup Challenge

Post by Charlie Hodges (thank you)

Veeam and other virtualization specific backup products have solved many of the data protection problems that slowed down initial server virtualization deployments. 60 more words


Meet The UK Startup That's Taking On Big Pharma -- With Digital Medicine

Five years ago Peter Hames had chronic insomnia. Today he’s the co-founder of Big Health, a multi-million dollar VC-backed startup that’s setting out to create a new category of healthcare — under the self-defined banner of ‘digital medicine’. 2,513 more words


I have had a lot of involvement in CFS/ME Facebook groups and forums, and there is a lot of differing views of what CBT is for CFS. 801 more words

CFS Tips

How to stop operating on auto-pilot and live for the moment; Part Three

If after practising these mindfulness exercises you find you would like to integrate mindfulness into your weekly routine, you can explore the field of mindfulness further by purchasing a more in-depth CD. 249 more words