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Handbook of Brief Cognitive Behaviour Therapy1199Tillfälligt slut – klicka "Bevaka" för att få ett mejl så fort boken går att köpa igen.In this unique handbook, Frank Bond and Windy Dryden, have brought together a prominent cast of authors, to discuss issues concerning the definition, assessment and, in particular, the practice of brief Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT). Contents include - the difference between brief and regular CBT and evidence for its effectiveness How to use brief CBT in your own area of practice Applying brief CBT to emotional disorders, anxiety, workplace stress and more This handbook is accessible to a wide range of readers, including academics, practitioners, psychotherapists, counsellors, and students training in CBT.
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"...is very useful to have at hand when planning treatment or looking for background knowledge of the brief CBT approach." (Behaviour and Cognitive Psychotherapy, May 2007)
Frank W. Bond, PhD, is professor of psychology and management at Goldsmiths, University of London, where he is also director of the Institute of Management Studies.He has published widely in the areas of ACT and organizational behavior, and the processes that underpin peak performance and well-being. Windy Dryden, BSc, DipPsych, MSc, PhD, CPsychol, is Professor of Counselling at Goldsmiths College, University of London. He is the editor or author of over 125 books in the area of counselling and psychotherapy. His primary interests are rational emotive behaviour therapy and disseminating its theory and techniques to the general public, through writing short, accessible, self-help books.
Brief cognitive-behavioural therapy: Definition and scientific foundations (Hazlett-Stevens) Assessment issues in brief cognitive behavioural therapy (Armfield Key and Craske) Brief ACT Treatment of Depression (Zettle and Hayes) Panic disorder with agorophobia (Heinrichs et al) Brief cognitive behavioural intervention for anger (Novaco and Jarvis) Cognitive therapy for generalised anxiety disorder (Wells) ACT at Work (Bond and Hayes) Cognitive therapy for social phobia (Wells) Brief cognitive behavioural interventions for substance abuse (Bishop) Brief cognitive behavioural therapy with couples (Epstein et al) Child and adolescence problems (Carr) Preventing and treating evaluation strain: A brief CBT approach (Flaxman et al) Preventing counsellor burnout in brief cognitive behaviour therapy (Ellis)