This go-to manual--now revised and significantly expanded with more than 50% new material--has enabled thousands of clinicians to effectively treat clients with chronic pain. In the face of today's growing opioid crisis, pain self-management techniques are needed now more than ever. The volume shows how to implement 10 treatment modules that draw on proven cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) strategies. In a convenient large-size format, it includes 58 reproducible client handouts and assessment tools that purchasers can photocopy from the book or download and print from the companion website. The website also offers access to downloadable audio recordings of relaxation exercises narrated by the author, plus supplemental resources for treating clients with lower levels of literacy. New to This Edition *Incorporates over a decade of important advances in pain research and clinical practice. *Treatment modules that allow clients to enter a group at any point after an introductory session. *Expanded with motivational enhancement, relaxation, and mindfulness techniques. *Many new handouts, assessment tools, and therapist scripts, as well as audio downloads. *Orients and engages clients using state-of-the-art research on how the brain processes pain.
|Publisher:||Guilford Publications, Inc.|
|Edition description:||Second Edition|
|Product dimensions:||7.90(w) x 10.40(h) x 0.90(d)|
About the Author
Beverly E. Thorn, PhD, ABPP, is Professor Emerita of Psychology at the University of Alabama, where she was on the faculty for 30 years, including serving as Director of the Clinical Psychology PhD program for 15 years. She is the recipient of the 2018 Wilbert E. Fordyce Clinical Investigator Award from the American Pain Society, and is a Fellow of the Society for Health Psychology (Division 38 of the American Psychological Association (APA)), the Society of Clinical Psychology (Division 12 of the APA), and the Society of Behavioral Medicine. Dr. Thorn is on the editorial boards of several scientific journals, including Health Psychology, Pain, Journal of Pain, and European Journal of Pain. Her research has focused on investigating the important components of CBT for chronic painful conditions. Since retiring in 2016, she has remained actively involved in dissemination and implementation of CBT for chronic pain with low-income, multiply disadvantaged populations. She also consults in health care settings to help train behavioral health providers to implement CBT for pain management.
Table of Contents
I. Rationale, Theory, Research, and Assessment 1. Why Consider Cognitions When Treating Chronic Pain? 2. Conceptual/Organizational Model and Treatment Rationale: Cognitive Therapy for Chronic Pain 3. The Research Foundation for Cognitive Treatment of Pain 4. Clinical Assessment of Pain from a Biopsychosocial Perspective II. A Cognitive Treatment Program for Chronic Pain Treatment Module 1. The Brain in Pain: Rationale for Cognitive Therapy Treatment Module 2. The Stress–Judging–Pain Connection Treatment Module 3. Identifying Automatic Thoughts Treatment Module 4. Examining Our Thoughts and Creating New Ones Treatment Module 5. Muscle Relaxation and Coping Self-Statements Treatment Module 6. Deeper Beliefs Treatment Module 7. Observing and Letting Go Treatment Module 8. Writing about Strong Emotions: Another Way of Acknowledging and Letting Go Treatment Module 9. Assertiveness: A Great Way to Communicate Treatment Module 10. Putting It All Together Appendices Appendix A. Brief Pain Inventory—Short Form (BPI-SF) Appendix B. P4 Suicidality Screener (P4) Appendix C. Pain Catastrophizing Scale (PCS) Appendix D. Tampa Scale for Kinesiophobia–11 (TSK-11) Appendix E. Pain Self-Efficacy Questionnaire (PSEQ) Appendix F. Patient Global Impression of Change Scale Audio Downloads 1. Diaphragmatic (Belly) Breathing 2. Passive Muscle Relaxation 3. Mindfulness Relaxation