Cognitive Therapy for Depression and Anxiety / Edition 1by Ivy-Marie Blackburn, Kate M. Davidson
Pub. Date: 11/14/1995
This book provides the practicing mental health professional with a detailed guide to using cognitive therapy in the treatment of patients suffering from depression and anxiety, two of the most prevalent disorders. Although the book is aimed at psychiatrists, clinical psychologists, nurse therapists and general practitioners, all professionals in mental health care can benefit from the techniques of cognitive therapy.
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Table of Contents
Part 1 - The Cognitive Model and its Application to Depression and Anxiety ;.
1 The syndromes of depression and anxiety;.
2 Cognitive therapy: model and efficacy;.
3 Basic skills required for cognitive therapy;.
4 Cognitive therapy techniques for depression and anxiety;.
Part 2 - Application of Cognitive Therapy Illustrated by Case Studies;.
5 First interview and conceptualization;.
6 Progress in therapy: a depressed patient;.
7 Progress in therapy: an anxious patient;.
8 Specific problems and difficulties encountered during therapy;.
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