This acclaimed text and practitioner reference presents an authoritative overview of major models of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT). Foremost treatment developers explain core CBT principles and provide a framework for systematic assessment, case conceptualization, and treatment planning. Scholarly yet accessible chapters on each therapy detail what makes the approach unique, which clinical problems it is used to treat, what assessment and intervention tools have been developed, how they are implemented, and what the research reveals about the therapy’s effectiveness. Special topics include working with children and adolescents, couples, and culturally diverse clients. The Handbook has been widely adopted in training programs, and the revisions in this edition reinforce its value as a text.
New to This Edition* The latest findings and clinical advances.* Additional therapies: schema therapy and mindfulness- and acceptance-based interventions.* Chapter on the empirical evidence base for CBT.* Chapters on treatment of couples and culturally diverse clients.
|Publisher:||Guilford Publications, Inc.|
|Edition description:||Third Edition|
|Product dimensions:||6.30(w) x 9.30(h) x 1.50(d)|
About the Author
Keith S. Dobson, PhD, is Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada, and a Principal Investigator for the Opening Minds program of the Mental Health Commission of Canada, with a focus on stigma reduction in the workplace. His research has focused on both cognitive models and CBT for depression. Dr. Dobson has published over 230 articles and chapters, 13 books, two DVDs, and one DVD series. He is a past president of the Canadian Psychological Association, the Academy of Cognitive Therapy, and the International Association for Cognitive Psychotherapy. Dr. Dobson is a recipient of the Award for Distinguished Contributions to the Profession of Psychology and the Donald O. Hebb Award for Distinguished Contributions to the Science of Psychology from the Canadian Psychological Association, among other honors.
Table of Contents
I. Historical, Philosophical, and Scientific Foundations
1. Historical and Philosophical Bases of the Cognitive–Behavioral Therapies, Keith S. Dobson and David J. A. Dozois
2. The Evidence Base for Cognitive–Behavioral Therapy, Amanda M. Epp and Keith S. Dobson
3. Cognitive Science and the Conceptual Foundations of Cognitive–Behavioral Therapy: Viva la Evolution!, Rick E. Ingram and Greg J. Siegle
4. Cognitive–Behavioral Therapy and Psychotherapy Integration, T. Mark Harwood, Larry E. Beutler, and Mylea Charvat
II. Assessment Considerations
5. Cognitive Assessment: Issues and Methods, David M. Dunkley, Kirk R. Blankstein, and Zindel V. Segal
6. Cognitive–Behavioral Case Formulation, Jacqueline B. Persons and Joan Davidson
III. The Therapies
7. Problem-Solving Therapy, Thomas J. D’Zurilla and Arthur M. Nezu
8. Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, Windy Dryden, Daniel David, and Albert Ellis
9. Cognitive Therapy, Robert J. DeRubeis, Christian A. Webb, Tony Z. Tang, and Aaron T. Beck
10. Schema Therapy, Rachel Martin and Jeffrey Young
11. Mindfulness and Acceptance Interventions in Cognitive–Behavioral Therapy, Alan E. Fruzzetti and Karen R. Erikson
IV. Applications to Specific Populations
12. Cognitive–Behavioral Therapy with Youth, Sarah A. Crawley, Jennifer L. Podell, Rinad S. Beidas, Lauren Braswell, and Philip C. Kendall
13. Cognitive–Behavioral Couple Therapy, Donald H. Baucom, Norman B. Epstein, Jennifer S. Kirby, and Jaslean J. LaTaillade
14. Cognitive–Behavioral Therapy with Diverse Populations, David W. Pantalone, Gayle Y. Iwamasa, and Christopher R. Martell
Students, practitioners, and researchers in clinical psychology, psychiatry, counseling, and social work. Serves as a primary or supplemental text in graduate-level courses on evidence-based practice or cognitive-behavioral therapy.