9781585621538

Learning Cognitive-Behavior Therapy: An Illustrated Guide (Book with DVD)

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  • ISBN13:

    9781585621538

  • ISBN10:

    1585621536

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 10/1/2005
  • Publisher: AMERICAN PSYCHIATRIC ASSOCIATION

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Summary

With its unique combination of "reading, seeing, and doing" through lavish use of video, tables and charts, learning exercises, troubleshooting examples, and practical tips for getting the most from treatment interventions, Learning Cognitive-Behavior Therapy: An Illustrated Guideis designed to help both students and practitioners master the core methods of this proven form of psychotherapy. This easy-to-use guidebook offers brief video vignettes (included on DVD) of master cognitive-behavior therapists who show how to implement the most important techniques of CBT, such as The collaborative therapeutic relationship Full descriptions and instructions on the most effective behavioral strategies; a program designed for achieving competency An integrated cognitive-behavioral/biological/interpersonal model for treatment Instructions on fully integrating CBT with psychopharmacological intervention and on formulation and treatment planning methods endorsed by the Academy of Cognitive Therapy Learning Cognitive-Behavior Therapy: An Illustrated Guidecovers all of the key features of CBT, beginning with the origins of the CBT model and an overview of core theories and techniques that guide the work of effective cognitive-behavior therapists. Subsequent chapters cover In-depth explanations and illustrations of the core methods and desired elements of the therapeutic relationship in CBT, including how to conceptualize a case with the CBT model and how to structure effective sessions The critical functions of structure and psychoeducation Pragmatic instructions on how to implement the most important CBT methods, including specific methods used to identify and change maladaptive cognitions and behavior in major psychiatric disorders, from depression and anxiety to bipolar disorder, psychoses, and eating and personality disorders A unique troubleshooting guide to assist readers in overcoming common clinical problems in implementing CBT Helpful learning exercises to enhance understanding and put CBT interventions to work Guidelines and measures to assess progress toward achieving competency in CBT and continuing to build skills in this effective treatment approach This remarkable volume concludes with two appendices of practical worksheets, checklists, thought records, and other written exercises for clinical practice, and recommended web sites and other CBT learning resources. A DVD is also included. Written by expert cognitive-behavior therapists, Learning Cognitive-Behavior Therapy: An Illustrated Guideis the essential resource for students of medicine, psychiatry, psychology, social work, pastoral counseling, and nursing and for practitioners who wish to learn the invaluable techniques of CBT.

Author Biography

Jesse H. Wright, M.D., Ph.D., is Professor and Chief of Adult Psychiatry at the University of Louisville School of Medicine in Louisville, Kentucky.

Monica R. Basco, Ph.D., is Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Psychiatry, Division of Psychology, at the University of Texas Southwestern at Dallas in Dallas, Texas.

Michael E. Thase, M.D., is Professor and Chief of Adult Academic Psychiatry at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Table of Contents

Preface ix
Acknowledgments xiii
Basic Principles of Cognitive-Behavior Therapy
1(26)
Learning Exercise 1-1: Recognizing Automatic Thoughts: A Three-Column Thought Record
9(18)
The Therapeutic Relationship: Collaborative Empiricism in Action
27(18)
Video Illustration 1: Assessing Symptoms of Anxiety: Dr. Wright and Gina
31(1)
Video Illustration 2: Modifying Automatic Thoughts: Dr. Wright and Gina
31(14)
Assessment and Formulation
45(20)
Learning Exercise 3-1: CBT Case Formulation Worksheet
60(5)
Structuring and Educating
65(24)
Learning Exercise 4-1: Structuring CBT
78(6)
Learning Exercise 4-2: Psychoeducation in CBT
84(5)
Video Illustration 3: Agenda Setting: Dr. Spurgeon and Rose
71(11)
Video Illustration 4: Psychoeducation on the CBT Model: Dr. Spurgeon and Rose
82(1)
Video Illustration 5: Psychoeducation on Automatic Thoughts: Dr. Thase and Ed
82(7)
Working With Automatic Thoughts
89(34)
Learning Exercise 5-1: Identifying Automatic Thoughts
98(8)
Learning Exercise 5-2: Using the Thought Change Record
106(2)
Learning Exercise 5-3: Socratic Questioning and Generating Rational Alternatives
108(8)
Learning Exercise 5-4: Examining the Evidence, Decatastrophizing, and Reattribution
116(3)
Learning Exercise 5-5: Cognitive Rehearsal and Coping Cards
119(4)
Video Illustration 6: A Mood Shift: Dr. Fitzgerald and Kris
91(4)
Video Illustration 7: Guided Discovery: Dr. Fitzgerald and Kris
95(1)
Video Illustration 8: Imagery: Dr. Fitzgerald and Kris
96(12)
Video Illustration 9: Generating Rational Alternatives: Dr. Fitzgerald and Kris
108(3)
Video Illustration 10: Examining the Evidence: Dr. Fitzgerald and Kris
111(1)
Video Illustration 2: Modifying Automatic Thoughts: Dr. Wright and Gina
112(6)
Video Illustration 11: Cognitive Rehearsal: Dr. Fitzgerald and Kris
118(5)
Behavioral Methods I: Improving Energy, Completing Tasks, and Solving Problems
123(28)
Learning Exercise 6-1: Activity Scheduling
135(5)
Learning Exercise 6-2: Task Completion
140(11)
Video Illustration 12: Activity Scheduling: Dr. Thase and Ed
134(4)
Video Illustration 13: Graded Task Assignment: Dr. Thase and Ed
138(13)
Behavioral Methods II: Reducing Anxiety and Breaking Patterns of Avoidance
151(22)
Learning Exercise 7-1: Relaxation Training
159(4)
Learning Exercise 7-2: Breathing Retraining
163(7)
Learning Exercise 7-3: Exposure Therapy
170(3)
Video Illustration 14: Breathing Retraining: Dr. Wright and Gina
163(1)
Video Illustration 15: Exposure Therapy---Constructing a Hierarchy: Dr. Wright and Gina
164(4)
Video Illustration 16: In Vivo Exposure Therapy: Dr. Wright and Gina
168(5)
Modifying Schemas
173(30)
Learning Exercise 8-1: Questioning Methods for Core Beliefs
179(3)
Learning Exercise 8-2: Finding Schemas in Patterns of Automatic Thoughts
182(3)
Learning Exercise 8-3: Taking an Inventory of Your Schemas
185(1)
Learning Exercise 8-4: Developing a Personal Schema List
186(6)
Learning Exercise 8-5: Finding Schemas With Advantages and Disadvantages
192(7)
Learning Exercise 8-6: Modifying Schemas
199(4)
Video Illustration 17: The Downward Arrow Technique: Dr. Thase and Ed
178(11)
Video Illustration 18: Examining the Evidence for Schemas: Dr. Thase and Ed
189(8)
Video Illustration 19: Rehearsing a Modified Schema: Dr. Thase and Ed
197(6)
Common Problems and Pitfalls: Learning From the Challenges of Therapy
203(18)
Treating Chronic, Severe, or Complex Disorders
221(26)
Building Competence in Cognitive-Behavior Therapy
247(18)
Learning Exercise 11-1: Self-Assessment of Competence in CBT
248(5)
Learning Exercise 11-2: Using the Cognitive Therapy Scale
253(1)
Learning Exercise 11-3: Using the Cognitive Formulation Rating Scale
254(11)
Appendix 1: Worksheets and Checklists 265(12)
Appendix 2: Cognitive-Behavior Therapy Resources 277(8)
Appendix 3: DVD Guide 285(4)
Index 289

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