Cognitive Conceptualization: Don’t get stuck in therapy again

With the Cognitive Conceptualization Diagram, you can develop a road map for your clients that shows them where their problems came from and sets them on a path to success.

It’s difficult to do good therapy without having an accurate case conceptualization. Jeff Riggenbach, PhD, LPC, says, “It’s like getting lost hiking on a mountain trail with no map. You don’t know where you’ve come from, and you don’t know where you’re going.”

But with the Cognitive Conceptualization Diagram, you can develop a road map for your clients that shows them where their problems came from to set them on a path to success.

Download the worksheet below, and watch this short video to learn how to use this tool effectively with your clients.


Download the Worksheet: Cognitive Conceptualization Diagram


Jeff Riggenbach, Ph.D., LPC, is one of the most sought after trainers in North America in the area of CBT and personality disorders. Over the past 15 years he has developed and overseen CBT based Mood Disorder, Anxiety Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder treatment programs at two different psychiatric hospitals serving over 3,000 clients at multiple levels of care. Dr. Riggenbach trained at the Beck Institute of Cognitive Therapy and Research in Philadelphia, is a Diplomat of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy, and has presented in all 50 United States, Mexico, and Canada on topics related to CBT, DBT and Personality Dysfunction.


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2 thoughts on “Cognitive Conceptualization: Don’t get stuck in therapy again”

  1. Beautiful explanation! I do a lot of attachment based work with clients, so i love how you included childhood experiences. Thank you.

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