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Written in a clear, step-by-step style, this ideal teaching text makes cognitive therapy immediately accessible to students as well as to professionals new to cognitive therapy. The author uses a single case example to demonstrate how to conceptualize patients according to the cognitive model, plan treatment, conduct an initial session, structure therapy within and across sessions, incorporate homework, and use cognitive and behavioral techniques. Instructors will appreciate the book's emphasis on formulating cases, making decisions within therapy sessions, diagnosing problems in therapy, and using advanced techniques to modify core beliefs and underlying assumptions. Transcripts in every chapter richly illustrate the narrative.
Judith S. Beck, Ph.D., is Director of the Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy and Research in suburban Philadelphia, and Clinical Assistant Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania.
Table of Contents
|Structure of the First Therapy Session|
|Session Two and Beyond: Structure and Format|
|Problems with Structuring the Therapy Session|
|Identifying Automatic Thoughts|
|Evaluating Automatic Thoughts|
|Responding to Automatic Thoughts|
|Identifying and Modifying Intermediate Beliefs|
|Additional Cognitive and Behavioral Techniques|
|Termination and Relapse Prevention|
|Problems in Therapy|
|Progressing as a Cognitive Therapist|
|Case Summary Worksheet|
|A Basic Cognitive Therapy Reading List for Therapists|
|Cognitive Therapy Reading List for Patients (and Therapists)|
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