Behavioral Activation Group Therapy Therapist Manual


Direct Behavioral Instruction by Therapist



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Direct Behavioral Instruction by Therapist

Purpose: To teach the patient skills that he is deficient in. This allows a demonstration and practice of these skills in a safe setting.
Method: A particular skill can be identified and practiced by the patient. Other group members can participate and the therapist is present to stop action if necessary and make suggestions and give feedback in order to shape the behavior into a productive behavior.
Example: The patient has difficulty communicating with his spouse and fights between them are common. The therapist can model some communication skills and then help the patient practice the skills with other group members, providing feedback throughout the exercise.

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