This interview offers an in-depth look at the origin of one of the most influential therapeutic modalities of all time. It is easy to think that TCC has always existed, given its importance in psychotherapy today. Instead, this interview provides an insight into theevolution of this approachas well as the profound impact that Beck's research and writings have had on the field of psychotherapy, particularly with respect to the current emphasis on the empirically validated treatment modalities.
Reflecting on his career path, Beck recounts the gradual departure from psychoanalysis and the birth of the Cognitive Therapy. Furthermore, in describing the process that led to the publication of his first books, he recalls that his second book, 'Cognitive Therapy and Emotional Disorders', was initially rejected by about 15 publishers. The interview concludes with a series of Beck's predictions on the future of psychotherapysome have come true, others not yet. Overall, this interview allows us to grasp the fundamental traits of the creator of an approach and therapeutic techniques that have significantly improved countless lives: an open-minded and innovative scientist and clinician, who dedicated his life to trying to understand and alleviate human suffering.
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