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Patient's Manual for CBASP
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'This manual is an excellent primer for patients entering CBASP. Clearly written and illustrative, it tells patients what to expect from therapy by providing a realistic, useful road map of what will happen in treatment. It enhances trust, raises hope, and will be likely to reduce attrition and improve clinical outcomes. It should be used as an essential first step in conducting CBASP effectively. This manual is a 'must' for practitioners of CBASP and their patients.' - A. John Rush, MD, Department of Psychiatry, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center 'This manual sketches the basic framework and the straightforward rationale and tools of the Cognitive Behavioral Analysis System of Psychotherapy (CBASP). Dr. McCullough teaches patients who are suffering from chronic depression how they can overcome feelings of helplessness and hopelessness by actively engaging in effective therapy. Clinicians will find the manual beneficial in socializing patients to the cognitive-behavioral model and to situational analysis.' - Robin B. Jarrett, PhD, Department of Psychiatry, The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas
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I. The Chronically Depressed Patient 1. Introduction to the CBASP Manual 2. Two Types of Chronic Depression Early-Onset Chronic Depression Late-Onset Chronic Depression 3. Common Problems of the Chronically Depressed Patient The Global Thinking Approach to Coping The "Nothing I Do Matters" Defeatist Approach to Coping Consequences for Global/Defeatist Thinking Goals of Your Treatment II. An Introduction to CBASP Techniques 4. Situational Analysis Dealing with One Problem at a Time Two Case Examples Case 1: Mary Case 2: Ralph 5. The Interpersonal Discrimination Exercise The Early Life of Chronically Depressed Patients Session Two Preparations for Doing IDE Work Significant-Other History Constructing the Transference Hypotheses Treating Interpersonal Hot Spots with the IDE Case 1 (Mary) Case 2 (Ralph) Conclusion