Emotional Schema Therapy
"Emotional schema therapy attempts to expand the range of regulatory flexibility so that the occurrence of emotion need not result in extreme affective forecasting or self-defeating emotion regulation strategies, but, rather, can become the opportunity to recruit a wide range of adaptive interpretations and strategies for coping. Emotional schema therapy attempts to highlight problematic theories about one's own current emotion and how these are related to unhelpful coping styles that perpetuate further dysfunction. This book examines a variety of techniques to address a number of beliefs about emotion and suggest more helpful strategies for coping with emotions that appear troubling"--
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