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Cognitive Therapy in Groups. Session 3 Logical Errors. Generation of Negative Emotion. Stream of consciousness. B : Lousy Ref. A ctivating event. e C : Anger. b C : Boo. Logical Errors. Biased Thinking Black & White thinking. Referees should…If not they are….

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Cognitive therapy in groups

Cognitive Therapy in Groups

Session 3

Logical Errors


Generation of negative emotion
Generation of Negative Emotion

Stream of consciousness

B: Lousy Ref

Activating

event

eC: Anger

b C: Boo

Logical

Errors

Biased Thinking

Black & White thinking

Referees should…If not they are…


Kinds of logical errors
Kinds of Logical Errors

  • More Dire Than Justified MDTJ

  • Unjustified Negative Prediction UNP

  • Over Generalization OG

  • Black & White Thinking B&WT

  • Invalid Allocation Of Responsibility IAOR

  • Mind Reading MR

  • Biased Weighting BW

  • Ignoring Facts IF

  • False Absolute FA

  • Must Or Should MOS

  • Emotional Reasoning ER 


Questions to identify logical errors
Questions to Identify Logical Errors

  • Am I making this out to be worse than it is? (MDTJ)

  • Am I making a prediction or generalization not justified by the facts? (UNP)

  • Have I allocated responsibility unfairly; what other factors or people might be involved? (IAR)

  • Am I mind reading, thinking I know what is in another person’s head? (MR)

  • Am I treating sources (e.g. different people) differently? (BW)

  • Are there facts I am not considering? (IF)

  • Am I using Black & White thinking, or False Absolutes? (B&WT, FA)

  • Is my should arbitrary, is there a natural law? (MOS)

  • Am I making a decision based purely on my emotional reaction? (ER)


Which logical error 1
Which Logical Error (1)?

emotional Consequence

Activating event

Belief or thought

Referee awards penalty

He’s useless

Anger


Which logical error 2
Which Logical Error (2)?

emotional Consequence

Activating event

Belief or thought

Bike smash

My career is over, this is the end

Depression


Which logical error 3
Which Logical Error (3)?

emotional Consequence

Activating event

Belief or thought

Boss

yells

I’m useless

Depression


Which logical error 4
Which Logical Error (4)?

emotional Consequence

Activating event

Belief or thought

Boss

yells

He’s an A***H***

Angry


Which logical error 5
Which Logical Error (5)?

emotional Consequence

Activating event

Belief or thought

Anxiety

I’ll probably embarrass myself

Going to a party


Individual work f rom session 3
Individual Work from Session 3

  • Continue to generate ABCs from daily life and identify the Logical Errors for each.