Cognitive Therapy across the Lifespan: Evidence and Practice / Edition 1by Mark A. Reinecke
Pub. Date: 10/31/2003
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
An international team of experts examines the evidence supporting the effectiveness of cognitive-behavioral approaches for treating clinical problems across the lifespan. These experts analyze the cognitive models of psychopathology on which these treatments are based; identify the clinical and conceptual problems; and make specific recommendations for addressing them… See more details below
An international team of experts examines the evidence supporting the effectiveness of cognitive-behavioral approaches for treating clinical problems across the lifespan. These experts analyze the cognitive models of psychopathology on which these treatments are based; identify the clinical and conceptual problems; and make specific recommendations for addressing them. The range of disorders covered includes depression, anxiety, panic disorder, schizophrenia, OCD, personality disorders, eating disorders, post-traumatic stress disorder, conduct problems and addiction.
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Table of Contents1. Cognitive therapy across the lifespan: conceptual horizons Mark A. Reinecke and David A. Clark; 2. Cognitive theory and therapy of depression Ari Solomon and David A. F. Haaga; 3. Cognitive theory and therapy of bipolar disorders Jan Scott; 4. Regulation of emotion in generalized anxiety disorder Douglas S. Mennin, Cynthia L. Turk, Richard G. Heimberg and Cheryl N. Carmin; 5. Cognitive theory and therapy of obsessions and compulsions David A. Clark and Christine Purdon; 6. The cognitive model of panic Stefan G. Hofmann; 7. Cognitive-behavioral interventions in obsessional problems Paul M. Salkovskis and Karina Wahl; 8. Narcissistic personality disorder Cory F. Newman and Christine L. Ratto; 9. Cognitive therapy and the self David L. DuBois, Cristy Lopez and Gilbert R. Parra; 10. Promoting cognitive change in post-traumatic stress disorder Elizabeth A. Hambree and Edna B. Foa; 11. Cognitive theory and therapy of social phobia Judith K. Wilson and Ronald M. Rapee; 12. The cognitive model of bulimia nervosa David le Grange; 13. Cognitive therapy and schizophrenia Patrick W. Corrigan and Joseph D. Calabrese; 14. Cognitive-behavioral interventions for alcohol abuse and dependence Helen S. Raytek, Thomas J. Morgan and Nicola M. Chung; 15. Cognitive approaches to understanding, preventing and treating child and adolescent depression Susan H. Spence and Mark A. Reinecke; 16. Cognitive-behavioral interventions in childhood anxiety disorders John Piacentini, Lindsey Bergman and Julie Wargo Aikins; 17. Cognitive-behavioral interventions in attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder Arthur D. Anastopoulos, E. Paige Temple and Stephanie D. Shaffer; 18. Cognitive-behavioral interventions for children with conduct problems John E. Lochman, Thomas N. Magee and Dustin A. Pardini; 19. Process of change in cognitive therapy Sona Dimidjian and Keith S. Dobson; 20. Cognitive therapy in the 21st century: current status and future directions David A. Clark and Mark A. Reinecke; Index.
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