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Aktuel

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Abby is participating in cognitive-behavioral therapy to treat her depression. Her therapist

a. will help her conduct "experiments" to test a variety of hypotheses about the accuracy of her cognitions.
b. will use empathy and accurate reflection so that Abby will come to accept the ways she interprets her experience.
c. will be nondirective in helping her change.
d. will demonstrate ways of acting and then ask her to imitate these.

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Dark5

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a. will help her conduct "experiments" to test a variety of hypotheses about the accuracy of her cognitions.

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Kimberly

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Please could you help me with another one. Thank you