Eliminating Self-defeating Behaviors: A Cognitive Behavioral Model
By Robert Ackerman, PhD
In this training discover how self-defeating behaviors may have once helped a person survive a crisis, but now cause harm by limiting the client from the potential to develop healthy behaviors. Some examples of self-defeating behaviors include procrastination, defensiveness, perfectionism, under-achievement, and so on. Using a cognitive behavioral approach, Dr. Robert Ackerman will show you how you can help your clients reduce their self-defeating behaviors and replace them with life enhancing skills. This is an intermediate course intended for practicing clinicians.
Describe how self-defeating behaviors are developed and maintained.
List three techniques used to replace self-defeating behaviors with life-fulfilling ones.
Apply self-defeating theory to clients who have survived crisis situations or dysfunctional families.
Online Video Course (1.5 Credits)
Online Audio Course (1.5 Credits)