Journal of Evidence-Based Psychotherapies

Journal of Cognitive and Behavioral Psychotherapies is a journal focusing on Cognitive and Behavioral Psychotherapies

Articles from Vol. 16, No. 1, March

A Rational-Emotive Behavior Approach in Life Coaching
Introduction: Definitions, purpose, history, characteristics, types, process, differences from psychotherapyDefinitions. Coaching is a learning strategy that is used to build the capacity of the individual to improve existing abilities, develop new skills,...
A Systematic Analysis of Mobile Apps That Prepare Patients for Medical Procedures
The use of technology is rapidly expanding in the field of health care. Various health programs and interventions use mobile electronic devices such as smartphones, tablets (Free et ah, 2013) and wearable technology (Lupton, 2013) for a range of functions,...
Coaching Emotional Abilities in Fostered Adolescents through Rational Emotive and Cognitive-Behavioral Education: Efficacy and Mechanisms of Change of Using Therapeutic Stories
The most prevalent disorders of children enrolled in mental health clinics are disruptive behavior disorders (Kazdin, 1997). Moreover, hyperkinetic disorders, oppositional-defiant, aggressive behavior and conduct problems are the most frequently diagnosed...
Do Psychologists Offer Coaching Services? Preliminary Results from a Survey on Cbt Practitioners
IntroductionCoaching has received in the recent years an increased attention both from the scientists and media, together with a proliferation of associations dedicated to promoting and regulating the domain. However, many countries do not yet have clear...
Helping Marriages That Suffer from Relationship Problems: A Cognitive Behavioural Systems Approach
IntroductionMost individuals wish to marry and most of them do marry. We are all very familiar to the romantic literature that frequently ends up with happy marriages. At the end of fairy tales, the prince kisses the princess, they get married and readers...
Life Coaching: An Introduction to the Special Issue
Coaching is a field that has expanded tremendously during the past few decades. Although life coaching presents many similarities to other helping professions, especially with psychotherapy and counseling, it has developed mostly parallel to the psychotherapy...
Life Coaching from an Evidence-Based Perspective: An Interview with Oana David
AF: Dr. David, thank you for this opportunity to get to know you better and to focus on the growth of CBC in the world.O.D.: It is always a pleasure and privilege to talk to you.AF: Maybe a good place to start is how you became interested in the basic...
Probogotchi: A Novel Edutainment Device as a Bridge for Interaction between a Child with Asd and the Typically Developed Sibling
1. IntroductionThere has been a big transformation in game preferences of children with the rapid development of information and communication technology. In literature, there are a good number of researches supporting the role of computer games in the...
Religiousness, Spirituality and Work Values: A Step Forward for Work-Life Balance?
IntroductionWork life balance "is about people having a measure of control over when, where and how they work" (The Work Foundation, 2006). Work-life balance is a topic of contemporary interest, especially in life coaching domain (McIntosh, 2003). In...
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