Provides guidance on situational analysis by addressing environment, physical reactions, behaviours, thoughts, and mood
|Problematic Behaviour Analysis
Outlines a problematic behaviour analysis framework, including identifying triggers, analysing behaviours, and assessing potential interventions and consequences, both short and long term
Discusses hindsight bias, the “knew-it-all-along effect,” and its triggers, particularly in traumatic circumstances, suggesting questions to oppose and decrease its effects
Examines reassurance seeking, a frequent behaviour associated with psychological problems like eating disorders, anxiety, and phobias. It focuses on body image issues but is also relevant to other issues like portion sizes and perfectionism. It offers insights into the difficulties it can cause as well as solutions
Discusses confirmation bias, a cognitive bias that shapes our perceptions by seeking and interpreting information that supports our beliefs while ignoring opposing evidence, its two manifestations, and its implications for established beliefs and emotionally significant matters.
|Central Psychological Needs
Discusses central psychological needs, including safety, trust, intimacy, self-esteem, and self-control, both in relation to oneself and others