Cognitive Behavior Therapy in Clinical Social Work Practice

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  • Edition: 1st
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  • Copyright: 2006-11-01
  • Publisher: SPRINGER PUB CO INC

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Second author is Arthur Freeman, Governors State Univ., University Park, IL. Provides a comprehensive handbook on the use of cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) in social work. Topics include anxiety disorders, depression, personality disorder, physical abuse, substance misuse, bereavement, eating disorders, and more. For social workers.

Table of Contents

Forewordp. xv
Introductionp. xix
The Basic Foundation: Social Work, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Evidence-Based Developmental Characteristicsp. 1
Clinical Social Work and Its Commonalities With Cognitive Behavior Therapyp. 3
Cognitive Behavior Therapy Model and Techniquesp. 25
Research in Evidence-Based Social Workp. 45
Critical Thinking, Evidence-Based Practice, and Cognitive-Behavior Therapy: Choices Aheadp. 67
Developmental Factors for Consideration in Assessment and Treatment: A Review of the Aging Process in the Domains of Cognition and Emotionp. 89
Methods of Intervention: Theory and Techniquesp. 107
Cultural Diversity and Cognitive Behavior Therapyp. 109
Using Dialectical Behavior Therapy in Clinical Practice: Client Empowerment, Social Work Valuesp. 147
The Use of Mindfulness Interventions in Cognitive Behavior Therapiesp. 167
Focus on Childrenp. 187
Cognitive Behavior Therapy With Children and Adolescentsp. 189
The Use of Metaphorical Fables With Children: Application of Cognitive Behavior Therapy to Prevention Interventionsp. 213
Working With Abused Children and Adolescentsp. 235
Social Work Practice in the Schoolsp. 261
Problem Solving and Social Skills Training Groups for Childrenp. 285
Focus on Couples and Familiesp. 301
Working With Couplesp. 303
Family Intervention for Severe Mental Illnessp. 327
Mature Adults: Working With the Depressed Aging Patientp. 353
Focus on Adult and Problem Areasp. 373
Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Anxiety Disordersp. 375
Depression and Suicidal Behavior: A Cognitive Behavior Therapy Approach for Social Workersp. 401
Treatment of Suicidal Behaviorp. 421
Comorbidity of Chronic Depression and Personality Disorders: Application of Schema Mode Therapyp. 447
Working With Adult Survivors of Sexual and Physical Abusep. 467
Substance Misuse: An Issue of Degree, Assessment, and Empathyp. 491
Grief and Bereavementp. 521
Eating Disordersp. 551
Cognitive Behavior Therapy in Medical Settingsp. 571
Directions for the Futurep. 591
Synthesis and Prospects for the Futurep. 593
Indexp. 599
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