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Effectively Treating Pathological Self-Criticism in Depressed & Dysthymic Clients
Effectively Treating Pathological Self-Criticism in Depressed and Dysthymic Clients

Course Learning Objectives/Outcomes
Counselor CEUs, Social Worker CEUs, Psychologist CEs, MFT CEUs, Nurse CEUs

By the end of the course, the Counselor, Marriage and Family Therapist, Social Worker or Psychologist will be able to:
-Explain the five common consequences of self-criticism
-Explain the three common consequences of self-degradation ceremonies
-Explain the three criteria for determining if self-criticism is destructive self-degradation or constructive recognition of personal limits
-Explain the four perfectionist standards that depressed or dysthymic clients who self-criticize may use
-Explain the six common consequences of perfectionism
-Explain the three common characteristics of a depressed or dysthymic client with the hanging judge syndrome
-Explain what causes a depressed or dysthymic client to engage in Eternal Penance
-Explain the nine common reasons addicts engage in self-critical behaviors
-Explain three goals that depressed and dysthymic clients are trying to achieve through their pathological self-criticism
-Explain four different types of resistance to treatment of self-destructive criticism in depressed and dysthymic clients
-Explain three steps for minimizing resistance to the therapeutic directive
-Explain three situational triggers for self-critical depressed and dysthymic clients
-Explain three principles behind this method of non-resistant change in regards to self-critical depressive clients
-Explain three image techniques to help self-critical clients become more receptive to constructive criticism
-Explain what self-critics require from others
-Explain two major types of experiences lead to depression according to both Blatt’s vulnerability factors, and Bowlby’s attachment theory
-Explain by which of the child’s behaviors in children, it was found that parental shaming, and depression and anxiety was mediated
-Explain how CMT approaches coping with self-critical thoughts
-Explain how out-performing a close friend or romantic partner affects dependent individuals
-Explain one drawback to expanding the conventional vulnerability model to include behavioral strategies mentioned in this article
-Explain three of the reactions that a maladjusted perfectionist may exhibit after a less-than-perfect classroom participation
-Explain two facets of self-criticism that are maladaptive, and can be harmful to students
-Explain the NICE guidelines, as they relate to depression
-Explain based on the data, what was suggested regarding the usefulness of family educational interventions
-Explain how does chronic MDD differ from dysthymia
-Explain two approaches does the “effective new approach” for treating chronic depression combine

"The instructional level of this course is introductory, intermediate, or advanced depending on the learners clinical area of expertise."

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Effectively Treating Pathological Self-Criticism in Depressed and Dysthymic Clients

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