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Cognitive-behavioral feminist therapy

Jon Carlson, Diane Kjos and John Krumboltz begin by introducing cognitive-behavior theory. This is followed by an initial therapy session with Dr. Krumboltz and Robin, a white female, where the presenting issue is Robin's relationship with her mother-in-law. A discussion of the therapy session by Carlson, Kjos, and Krumboltz with a panel of counselors, counselor educators and graduate students concludes the video.

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  • "Cognitive-behavioral therapy"

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  • "Jon Carlson, Diane Kjos and John Krumboltz begin by introducing cognitive-behavior theory. This is followed by an initial therapy session with Dr. Krumboltz and Robin, a white female, where the presenting issue is Robin's relationship with her mother-in-law. A discussion of the therapy session by Carlson, Kjos, and Krumboltz with a panel of counselors, counselor educators and graduate students concludes the video."@en
  • "Jon Carlson, Diane Kjos and John Krumboltz begin by introducing cognitive-behavior theory. This is followed by an initial therapy session with Dr. Krumboltz and Robin, where the presenting issue is Robin's relationship with her mother-in-law. A discussion of the therapy session by Carlson, Kjos, and Krumboltz with a panel of counselors, counselor educators and graduate students concludes the video."
  • "A three-part program with an introduction to the theory of the learning or cognitive behavioral approach to therapy with the hosts and Dr. Krumboltz, an initial therapy session, and a discussion of the therapy session with a panel of counselors, counselor educators, and graduate students."@en
  • "Jon Carlson, Diane Kjos and John Krumboltz begin by introducing cognitive-behavior theory. This is followed by an initial therapy session with Dr. Krumboltz and Robin, a white female, where the presenting issue is Robin's relationship with her mother-in-law. A discussion of the therapy session by Carlson, Kjos, and Krumboltz with a panel of counselors, counselor educators and graduate students concludes the video."
  • "Jon Carlson, Diane Kjos and John Krumboltz begin by introducing cognitive-behavior theory. This is followed by an initial therapy session with Dr. Krumboltz and Robin, where the presenting issue is Robin's relationship with her mother-in-law. A discussion of the therapy session by Carlson, Kjos, and Krumboltz with a panel of counselors, counselor educators and graduate students concludes the video."

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  • "E-video"

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  • "Cognitive-behavioral feminist therapy"
  • "Cognitive-behavioral feminist therapy"@en
  • "Cognitive-behavior therapy"@en
  • "Cognitive-behavior therapy"
  • "Cognitive-behavior therapy with Dr. John Krumboltz"@en