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5 July, 05:30

Alexander, a 16-year-old, tells his therapist that he is a failure as he has been performing poorly in his new school. In response to Alexander's statement, the therapist asks him to explore other reasons for his failure, such as adjustment difficulties with respect to his new school, lack of friends, and so on. In this scenario, which of the following cognitive therapy techniques has been implemented by Alexander's therapist? distraction reattribution examining options and alternatives challenging idiosyncratic meanings

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  1. 5 July, 06:42
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    Reattribution

    Explanation:

    In reattribution technique, the therapists will make an effort to guide the patients to consider whether there is an alternate causes for the problems that they are facing.

    From the example above, we can infer that alexander fully blame all the negative things that happen in his life on his whole existence. In order to fix his problems, the therapist need to change his way of thinking guide Alexander in order to focus on something that can be fixed rather than indulging himself in constant self-pity.
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