- Jan 2021
“Cognitive Reframing” is a technique used in therapy where patients are taught to look at things from another perspective. This technique helps patients look at the same event with different points of view, and has been proven to help improve their self-talk and behaviour. We are, after all, made up of the stories we tell ourselves.
Cognitive Reframing - Technique to let patients look at situations from different perspectives.
- Helps with self talk and behavior
- Helps with narratives about ourselves
- Jun 2020
Pagnini, F., Bonalda, E., Montrasi, E., Toselli, E., & Alessandro, A. (2020). Reframing the psychological impact of the COVID-19 outbreak through a social media community for students [Preprint]. PsyArXiv. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/d5wph
- cognitive flexibility
- negative psychological impact
- negative emotion
- psychological impact
- psychological intervention
- psycho-educational community
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