Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy

Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy is a journal offering case studies, theory and research papers, articles specifying the clinical implications of topical research, and literature reviews on clinical topics in all aspects of cognitive psychotherapy. Since it was founded in 1987, it is printed quarterly. The journal is published by Springer Publishing Co.Subjects for Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy include social programs and psychology and psychiatry. The editor in chief is Steven Taylor.

Articles from Vol. 11, No. 3, 1997

A Cognitive Reaction: Adlerian Psychology, Cognitive (Behavior) Therapy, and Constructivistic Psychotherapy: Three Approaches in Search of a Center
At the beginning of the last decade, Don Kelly and I (Dowd & Kelly, 1980) published an article examining the similarities and differences between Adlerian Psychology and the then-developing Cognitive Behavior Therapy. Although each of us came from...
Adlerian and Constructivist Psychotherapies: A Constructivist Perspective
This article seeks to contribute to a greater dialogue between Adlerian and Constructivist psychotherapies by discussing (a) the many similarities between Adlerian and Constructivist camps in terms of philosophical, theoretical, and practical considerations,...
Adlerian and Constructivist Psychotherapies: An Adlerian Perspective
This paper discusses selected areas of common ground and areas for mutual edification and future dialogue between Adlerian and Constructivist psychotherapies.In recent years Constructivism has become a major movement in cognitive therapy (Mahoney, 1991,...
Adlerian Psychotherapy and Cognitive Therapy: An Adlerian Perspective
This paper seeks to delineate common themes between Adlerian psychotherapy and Cognitive Therapy and suggest ways that the two theories may learn from one another.Until recently, emphasizing differences was in vogue among the various psychotherapy systems....
An Adlerian Reaction in the Spirit of Social Interest: Dialogue Worth Reckoning With
Social interest is alive and well and permeates the pages of this issue. The contributors were all concerned, first and foremost, with dialogue, exploration, integration, reflection, and forward movement. A definite spirit pervaded the papers of these...
Cognitive Therapy in Poland
Until recently, cognitive therapy's (CT) presence in Poland was limited to information gleaned from the professional literature as well as in theoretical lectures at major universities. Such noted texts as Beck's Cognitive Therapy of Depression (1979),...
Cognitive Therapy with Couples: The Initial Phase of Treatment
Cognitive Therapy with Couples: The Initial Phase of Treatment Frank M. Dattilio. Sarasota, FL: Professional Resource Press, 1994, (Video: 56 minutes).In this videotape, Dattilio demonstrates the application of cognitive therapy techniques to counseling...
Individual Psychology and Cognitive Behavior Therapy: A Cognitive Therapy Perspective
Adler's Individual Psychology (IP) and Cognitive Behavior Therapy (BT) have many common precepts and suppositions. This paper delineates many of these commonalities and suggests areas in which the therapists may learn from each other.In the last several...
Roots of Contemporary Cognitive Theories in the Individual Psychology of Alfred Adler
This paper examines attributions to the influence of Alfred Adler by primary theorists from contemporary cognitive and cognitive-behavioral theories of personality and psychotherapy. Although Adler's influence is often not recognized by the mainstream...