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The text outlines the different techniques, ranging from behavioral activation procedures to metacognitive strategies that have been shown to be successful in improving specific psychiatric disorders, and further introduces many modern and disorder-specific CBT techniques. The author makes use of concrete case examples for additional clarity throughout the text, and chapters are structured logically and consistently. An Introduction to Modern CBT serves as a scholarly review of contemporary CBT that provides both a useful guidance for therapists in training, and an invaluable reference tool for the more experienced clinician looking for a one-step, up-to-date treatment guide to the field.
Chapter 1 The Basic Idea.
Chapter 2 Empowering the Mind.
Chapter 3 Confronting Phobias.
Chapter 4 Fighting Panic and Agoraphobia.
Chapter 5 Conquering Social Anxiety Disorder.
Chapter 6 Treating Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder.
Chapter 7 Beating Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Worry.
Chapter 8 Dealing with Depression.
Chapter 9 Overcoming Alcohol Problems.
Chapter 10 Resolving Sexual Problems.
Chapter 11 Managing Pain.
Chapter 12 Mastering Sleep.