What is Trial Based Cognitive Therapy?
Trial-Based Cognitive Therapy (TBCT) is a three-level, three-phase, case formulation approach developed by Dr. Irismar Reis De Oliveira at the Federal University of Bahia, Brazil in 2011. TBCT's foundation is in Cognitive Therapy.
Dr. Irismar Reis De Oliviera Explains TBCT
What type of patients benefit from TBCT?
What are some of the techniques used in TBCT?
What does the research show about TBCT effectiveness?
How can I find a TBCT trained therapist?
What is TBCT training comprised of?
Like CBT, TBCT is an active approach to treatment that helps clients to recognize situationally based thoughts and unhelpful beliefs that exacerbate emotional distress. One of the main goals of both approaches is to help clients modify the so-called core beliefs (CBs) which are those global, rigid, and over-generalized perceptions about themselves, and accepted as absolutely true to the point that they do not question them. However, TBCT has a unique approach to conceptualization and techniques that make it a distinct intervention in modifying clients' CBs.
TBCT References and Articles
Noah Clyman, LCSW-R, Jess Allen, LMSW, and Richard Killion, LCSW are now certified in TBCT.