Clinically Relevant Behavior (CRB)

A clinically relevant behavior (CRB) is a certain conduct which is having the same function within as well as outside the therapy session. This concept is employed in Functional Analytic Psychotherapy (FAP) which particularly looks for CRBs. In FAP, CRB1 are the behaviors which are manifested in sessions which represent the client’s negative behaviors in real-life situations while CRB2 are the client’s real-life improved behaviors. For instance, a client who looks anxious when talking about his childhood is a CRB1 for her actual problematic behavior of being uncomfortable around children.

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