Clinical Advances in Cognitive Psychotherapy: Theory and Application / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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A virtual Who's Who in the field of cognitive psychotherapy! Tracing the history and derivation of cognitive psychotherapy, the authors discuss its recent developments as an evolving and integrative therapy. Chapters illustrate the applications of cognitive psychotherapy to treat such disorders as anxiety, depression, and social phobia. Other chapters discuss integration with therapy models such as schema-focused and constructivism. New empirically-based research is cited for treating the HIV-positive depressed client, the anorexic or bulimic sufferer, as well as applying cognitive therapy to family and group issues.
Aaron Beck, E. Thomas Dowd, Robert Leahy, W.J. Lyddon, Michael Mahoney, Robert A. Neimeyer are among the stellar contributors to this book.
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About the Author
Robert L. Leahy, PhD, is President-elect of the International Association of Cognitive Psychotherapy, the Founder and Director of the American Institute for Cognitive Therapy in New York City (www.CognitiveTherapyNYC.com) and Clinical Associate Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry at Weill-Cornell University Medical School. He is Editor of Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy and he serves on the Executive Committee of the International Association of Cognitive Psychotherapy and with the Executive Board of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy. Dr. Leahy's recent books include Cognitive Therapy: Basic Principles and Applications, Practicing Cognitive Therapy, Treatment plans and Interventions for Depression and Anxiety Disorders (with Holland), Overcoming Resistance in Cognitive Therapy, Bipolar: A Cognitive Therapy Approach (with Newman, Beck, Reilly-Harrington, & Gyulai) and Clinical Advances in Cognitive Psychotherapy (ed. with Dowd).
E. Thomas Dowd, PhD, ABPP, is Professor of Psychology at Kent State University, and previously taught at Florida State University and the University of Nebraska. He is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association in two divisions, is President of the American Academy of Cognitive and Behavioral Psychology, and is former president and currently on the Board of Directors of the American Board of Cognitive and Behavioral Psychology, Inc. His research interests are in cognitive behaviorial/developmental therapy, hypnosis and hypnotherapy and its integration into CBT, the effect of individual differences in psychological reactance on the therapy process, and memory processes and tacit knowledge structures in psychological functioning and malfunctioning.
Dr. Dowd is the author or editor of countless articles, book chapters, and books, including The Psychologies of Religion: Working with the Religious Client (co-edited with S.L. Nielsen--Springer Publishing Company, 2006), and Clinical Advances in Cognitive Psychotherapy: Theory and Application (co-edited with Robert Leahy--Springer Publishing Company, 2002).
Table of Contents
- Prologue: The Life of Aaron T. Beck, Marjorie Weishaar
- History and Recent Developments in Cognitive Psychotherapy, E. Thomas Dowd
- Cognitive Models of Depression, Aaron T. Beck
- Treating Dysfunctional Beliefs: Implications of the Mood-State Hypothesis, Jacqueline B. Persons and Jeanne Miranda
- Cognitive Vulnerability to Depression: Theory and Evidence, Lyn Y. Abramson, Lauren B. Alloy, Michael E. Hogan, Wayne G. Whitehouse, Patricia Donovan, Donna T. Rose, Catherine Panzarella and David Raniere
- An Integrative Schema-Focused Model for Personality Disorders, Jeffrey E. Young and Michael Lindemann
- Constructivism and the Cognitive Psychotherapies: Conceptual and Strategic Contrasts, Robert A. Neimeyer
- Psychotherapy and the Cognitive Sciences: An Evolving Alliance, Michael J. Mahoney and Tyler J. Gabriel
- Cognitive Therapy: The Repair of Memory, Karen Fleming, Rebecca Heikkinen and E. Thomas Dowd
- An Investment Model of Depressive Resistance, Robert L. Leahy
- Cognitive Psychotherapy and Postmodernism: Emerging Themes and Challenges, William J. Lyddon and Robin Weill
- Empirically Supported Treatment for Panic Disorder: Research, Theory, and Application of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, William C. Sanderson and Simon A. Rego
- Cognitive Factors in Panic Attacks: Symptom Probability and Sensitivity, Anke Ehlers
- The Consequences of Panic, Stanley Rachman
- A New Cognitive Treatment for Social Phobias: A Single-Case Study, Anthony Bates and David M. Clark
- Cognitive Therapy for Generalized Anxiety Disorder: Significance of Comorbid Personality Disorders, Williams C. Sanderson, Aaron T. Beck and Lata K. McGinn
- Imagery Rescripting: A New Treatment for Survivors of Childhood Sexual Abuse Suffering From Posttraumatic Stress, Mervin R. Smucker, Constance Dancu, Edna B. Foa and Jan L. Niederee
- Hypotheticals in Cognitive Psychotherapy: Creative Questions, Novel Answers, and Therapeutic Change, Cory F. Newman
- Implicit Learning, Tacit Knowledge, and Implications for Stasis and Change in Cognitive Psychotherapy, E. Thomas Dowd and Karen Courchaine
- Stress and Stress Management: A Cognitive View, James L. Pretzer, Aaron T. Beck and Cory F. Newman
- Dysfunctional Beliefs About Intimacy, Karen Kayser and David P. Himle
- Patterns of Attachment and the Assessment of Interpersonal Schemata: Understanding and Changing Difficult Patient-Therapist Relationships in Cognitive Psychotherapy, Giovanni Liotti
- Cognitive Therapy with A Depressed HIV-Positive Gay Man, Vicki L. Gluhoski
- Content, Origins, and Consequences of Dysfunctional Beliefs in Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa, Myra J. Cooper, Gillian Todd and Adrian Wells
- Cognitive Therapy: Current Problems and Future Directions, Robert L. Leahy
Part I: General Theory
Part II: Applications