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Metacognitive Therapy for Anxiety and Depression
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"Wells has written a very important book, rich in clinical understanding and practical guidance. Metacognitive therapy is based on a well-developed and thoroughly tested model that addresses core disordered processes, including attentional bias and rumination. The procedures he describes will be enormously useful to therapists of all persuasions, and can form the bedrock of low-intensity and high-intensity interventions for a wide range of disorders."--Chris R. Brewin, PhD, Clinical, Educational, and Health Psychology, University College London, UK "Metacognitive Therapy for Anxiety and Depression offers a strategy for addressing those well-learned and hard-to-fix thinking patterns that can be tough to change. As a clinician who has struggled with helping people work through dysfunctional thinking patterns, I can appreciate the usefulness of Wells's methods. Metacognitive therapy helps both the patient and the therapist take a step back from the sometimes repetitive work of cognitive therapy, and lends a new perspective with the potential for breaking through treatment roadblocks. Well done!"--Monica Ramirez Basco, PhD, PhD, Scientific Review Officer, National Institutes of Health "The metacognitive model is based on years of research on the nature of different levels and processes of thinking underlying psychological disorders. Clinicians who read this revolutionary book will be able to utilize techniques found nowhere else. Intriguing, creative, and effective clinical strategies are illustrated with clear case examples that demonstrate how to modify recurrent patterns of rumination, worry, and overreliance on problematic processes of thinking. Chapters on specific disorders provide tools and conceptualizations that take the cognitive model in new and exciting directions. I highly recommend this brilliant contribution."--Robert L. Leahy, PhD, Department of Psychiatry, Weill Cornell Medical College, New York Presbyterian Hospital "This book presents a new and innovative approach that focuses on how patients think, as much as what they believe. It is firmly grounded in basic science and packed full of powerful clinical strategies for helping people change the way they think. Wells shows how attention training and detached mindfulness techniques can be applied to a full array of anxiety and depressive disorders with impressive and lasting results. His approach will appeal to clinical practitioners, students, and mental health researchers alike, and should find widespread acceptance in the clinical community. It should prove to be a valuable tool for graduate training across professional disciplines."--Steven D. Hollon, PhD, Department of Psychology, Vanderbilt University
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Adrian Wells, PhD, is Professor of Clinical and Experimental Psychopathology at the University of Manchester, United Kingdom, and Professor II in Clinical Psychology at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway. He is internationally known for his contributions to understanding psychopathological mechanisms and advancing cognitive-behavioral therapy, particularly for anxiety disorders. The originator of metacognitive therapy, Dr. Wells has published over 130 scientific papers, chapters, and books. He is Associate Editor of the journals Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, and is a Founding Fellow of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy. Dr. Wells is a founder and director of the Metacognitive Therapy Institute and a patron of the charity Anxiety UK.
1. Theory and Nature of Metacognitive Therapy2. Assessment3. Foundation Metacognitive Therapy Skills4. Attention Training Techniques5. Detached Mindfulness Techniques6. Generalized Anxiety Disorder7. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder8. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder9. Major Depressive Disorder10. The Evidence for Metacognitive Theory and Therapy11. Concluding ThoughtsAppendices1. Metacognitions Questionnaire 30 (MCQ-30)2. Meta-Worry Questionnaire (MWQ)3. Thought Fusion Instrument (TFI)4. Attention Training Technique Summary Sheet5. Self-Attention Rating Scale6. CAS-17. Generalized Anxiety Disorder Scale-Revised (GADS-R)8. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Scale (PTSD-S)9. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Scale (OCD-S) 10. Major Depressive Disorder Scale (MDD-S)11. GAD Case Formulation Interview12. PTSD Case Formulation Interview13. OCD Case Formulation Interview14. Depression Case Formulation Interview15. GAD Treatment Plan16. PTSD Treatment Plan17. OCD Treatment Plan18. Depression Treatment Plan19. New Plan Summary Sheet