Cognitive Behavior Therapy: Applying Empirically Supported Techniques in Your Practice

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William T. O'Donohue, Jane E. Fisher, Steven C. Hayes
John Wiley & Sons, Apr 14, 2004 - Psychology - 528 pages
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This practical book provides empirically supported techniques thatare effective for a wide range of problems, including enuresis,panic disorder, depression, and skills acquisition for thedevelopmentally delayed.
* Presents 60 chapters on individual therapies for a wide range ofproblems, such as smoking cessation, stress management, andclassroom management
* Chapters are authored by experts in their particular treatmentapproach.
* Provides tables that clearly explain the steps of implementingthe therapy
 

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Contents

1 Editors Introduction
1
2 Acceptance
4
3 Anger Negative Impulse Management
10
4 Assertiveness Skills Training and the Management of Related Factors
16
5 Attribution Change
23
6 Behavioral Activation Treatment for Depression
28
7 Behavioral Chaining
33
8 Behavioral Contracting
40
37 Moderate Drinking Training for Problem Drinkers
247
38 Motivational Interviewing
252
39 Multimodal Behavior Therapy
261
40 Noncontingent Reinforcement as Treatment for Problem Behavior
266
41 Pain Management
273
42 Parent Training
280
43 Perceived SelfEfficacy Guided Mastery Therapy
288
44 Positive Attention
294

9 Bibliotherapy
46
10 Biobehavioral Approach to Bowel and Toilet Training Treatment
51
11 Breathing Retraining and Diaphragmatic Breathing Techniques
59
12 Classroom Management
65
13 Cognitive Defusion
71
14 Cognitive Restructuring of the Disputing of Irrational Beliefs
79
15 Cognitive Restructuring Behavioral Tests of Negative Cognitions
84
16 Cognitive Restructuring Identifying and Modifying Maladaptive Schemas
89
17 CommunicationProblemSolving Skills Training
96
18 Compliance with Medical Regimens
103
19 Contingency Management Interventions
109
20 Daily Report Cards HomeSchool Contingency Management Procedures
114
21 Dialectics in Cognitive and Behavioral Therapy
121
22 Differential Reinforcement of LowRate Behavior
129
23 Differential Reinforcement of Other Behavior and Differential Reinforcement of Alternative Behavior
136
24 Directed Masturbation A Treatment of Female Orgasmic Disorder
144
25 Emotion Regulation
152
26 Flooding
160
27 Functional Analysis of Problem Behavior
167
28 Functional Communication Training to Treat Challenging Behavior
176
29 Generalization Promotion
183
30 Habit Reversal
189
31 Harm Reduction
196
32 Homework in Cognitive Behavior Therapy
202
33 Interoceptive Exposure for Panic Disorder
212
34 Live in vivo Exposure
223
35 Mindfulness Practice
229
36 Modeling and Behavioral Rehearsal
238
45 ProblemSolving Therapy
301
46 Punishment
308
47 Rapid Smoking
314
48 Relapse Prevention
321
49 Relaxation
330
50 Response Prevention
341
51 Satiation Therapy
349
52 SelfManagement
354
53 SelfMonitoring as a Treatment Vehicle
361
54 Sensate Focus for Sexual Dysfunction
368
55 Shaping
374
56 Social Skills Training
384
57 Squeeze Technique for the Treatment of Premature Ejaculation
391
58 Stimulus Control
396
59 Stimulus Preference Assessment
402
60 Stress Inoculation Training
407
61 Stress Management
411
62 Systematic Desensitization
417
63 ThinkAloud Techniques
423
64 TimeOut and TimeIn
429
65 Token Economy
436
66 Treatment of Insomnia
442
67 Urge Surfing
451
68 Validation Principles and Strategies
456
69 Working with Implosive Flooding Therapy
463
Author Index
471
Subject Index
495
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About the author (2004)

William O’Donohue is Nicholas Cummings Professor ofBehavioral Healthcare Delivery at the University of Nevada, Reno(UNR). He holds adjunct appointments in the Department ofPhilosophy at UNR and at the University of Hawaii at Manoa.

Jane E. Fisher is Associate Professor of Psychology atthe University of Nevada, Reno.

Steven C. Hayes is a former president of the Associationfor Advancement of Behavior Therapy and a Foundation Professor ofPsychology at the University of Nevada, Reno.

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