By C. Perris (auth.), Professor Carlo Perris, Dr. Ivy M. Blackburn, Professor Hjördis Perris (eds.)
Developed within the early Sixties via Aaron Beck and Albert Ellis within the united states, often for the non permanent therapy of sufferers being affected by emotional issues, cognitive psychotherapy has quickly improved either in its scope and geographically. actually, while attending fresh eu meetings in relation to psychotherapy, for instance, these equipped through the eu organization of Behaviour treatment and the eu department of the Society for Psychotherapy learn, the thirteenth foreign Congress of Psychotherapy, and the 2 overseas meetings on cognitive psychotherapy which came about in Lisbon in 1980 and in Umea in 1986, possible now not yet realize the energetic curiosity in cognitive conception and perform at the eu continent. it truly is stimulating to discover that cognitive techniques to the certainty of human emotion and behavior, which locate their starting place within the writings of the ancients in addition to in eighteenth-century philosophers, mostly Kant, are not any longer a strictly transatlantic circulate. because the chapters of this guide reveal, researchers and clinicians from many various ecu international locations were devel oping the theoretical elements of the cognitive conception of the emotional problems and employing it of their perform. those chapters can in fact symbolize yet a pattern of the entire paintings being conducted, yet we are hoping that they're going to be either informative and stimulating to researchers and therapists on either side of the Atlantic.
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In the light of this new conception the importance of the individual's perception of the stimulus, perception ofthe response and perception ofthe contingency is fully acknowledged. However, this acknowledgement is far from unanimous (cf. Mahoney 1977, 1980a; Farkas 1980; Grossberg 1981; Schwartz 1982 for reviews of the most recent qebate). It is against the background ofthe growth ofCSL that the boundaries between behaviour therapy and cognitive psychotherapy seem to have become blurred, especially if the observer's attention if focussed more on the overlap in the use of techniques than on the underlying theoretical issues.
For example, Eysenck 1959,1960; Eysenck and Rachman 1965; Ullmann and Krasner 1965; Ulrich et al. 1966-1970; Wolpe 1958, 1969). In this context neuroses or neurotic symptoms are conceived as learned habits existing in the present (Eysenck 1959), that is, as involuntarily acquired, reinforced responses to specific stimuli in the environment. Consistently with this assumption, emphasis has been placed on the elimination of symptoms to eliminate the neurosis (Eysenck 1979). Although there are differences between the Wolpe-Eysenck and the Skinnerian approaches to the conception of neurosis and behavioural modification, there are also striking similarities.