Frontiers of Cognitive Therapy
In its opening chapters, the book provides a comprehensive overview of the way in which the cognitive theory of emotional disorders accounts for the most commonly observed psychological problems. A chapter by Aaron T. Beck discusses how the cognitive model accounts for phenomena that are commonly regarded as disturbances of personality. Building on these theoretical concepts, the cognitive approach to more complex problems such as personality disorder and suicidal behavior is described in detail. In addition, important but all too often neglected issues such as therapist competency, the therapeutic relationship, and empathy are systematically examined. A key feature of the cognitive model is the explicit recognition of the importance of specificity. That is, different emotional problems are characterized by negative thinking that focuses on particular themes. The specific ways this type of thinking affects the individual patient are also highly idiosyncratic. This volume demonstrates how cognitive therapy helps to make sense of the almost infinite variety of these individual reactions in ways that enable the therapist to structure effective interventions that are sensitive to the patient's needs. Among the many clinical problems covered are depression, eating disorders, hypochondriasis, obsessive-compulsive disorder, panic, personality disorder, sexual problems, social phobia, and substance abuse. Particular populations, including children, adolescents, and the medically ill are also discussed in detail. Bringing together the work of key cognitive therapy experts who address an unusually wide array of topics, Frontiers of Cognitive Therapy is a resource both clinicians and researcherswill want to keep close at hand. The book is also ideal for the classroom, as it provides students with a broad, yet deep understanding of cognitive therapy and its many applications in clinical practice today.
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Beyond Belief A Theory of Modes Personality and Psychopathology
Clinically Relevant Theory Integrating Clinical Insight with Cognitive Science
The Cognitive Approach to Anxiety Threat Beliefs SafetySeeking Behavior and the Special Case of Health Anxiety and Obsessions
Empirical Status of the Cognitive Model of Anxiety and Depression
Memory Processes in Psychotherapy
Biology and Cognitions in Depression Does the Mind Know What the Brain Is Doing?
Therapeutic Empathy in CognitiveBehavioral Therapy Does It Really Make a Difference?
Cognitive Therapy of Personality Disorders
Developing Cognitive Therapist Competency Teaching and Supervision Models
Cognitive Therapy in the Treatment and Prevention of Depression
Panic Disorder From Theory to Therapy
Cognitive Approaches to the Psychopathology and Treatment of Social Phobia
The Current Status of CognitiveBehavioral Models of Anorexia Nervosa and Bulimia Nervosa
Conceptualizing the Cognitive Component of Sexual Arousal Implications for Sexuality Research and Treatment
When Bad Things Happen to Rational People Cognitive Therapy in Adverse Life Circumstances
Treating Substance Use Disorders with Cognitive Therapy Lessons Learned and Implications for the Future
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