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Remembering Dr. Aaron T. Beck, Creator of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

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Those of us who are veterans of mental health counseling, psychiatry, and therapy are likely familiar with the abbreviation CBT, which stands for cognitive behavioral therapy.

This form of therapy, known for its intentional, thought-monitoring process of thinking that alters behavior over time, was created by psychiatrist Dr.

Aaron T. Beck. On Nov. 1, Beck passed away at age 100. Beck was trained in the late 1950s in Freudian analysis, a kind of psychoanalysis developed by Sigmund Freud which analyzes both the conscious and unconscious decisions each individual makes based on what Freud believed to be psychological drives.

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