Innovations and Advances in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

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Danielle A. Einstein
Australian Academic Press, 2007 - Psychology - 281 pages

This important new volume explores cutting edge developments in the application of cognitive behaviour therapy across the full spectrum of psychopathology. Emphasis is placed on new variations in treatment procedures, flexible modes of delivery and the latest directions in treatment modality, including mindfulness and dialectical behaviour therapy.

It is divided into three main sections covering:

• innovative treatment for specific presentations
• treatment comparisons
• research informing clinical practice.

Essential reading for clinicians wishing to update their awareness and skills from quality clinical research, this book seamlessly combines a strong theoretical basis with practical applicability for the experienced clinician. Students will also benefit greatly from learning about the latest advances.

 

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Contents

Innovative Treatment for Specific Presentations
1
A CBTBased Therapy for Music Performance Anxiety
3
The Treatment of Magical Ideation
19
Mindfulness Meditation and Bipolar Disorder
37
Mindfulness as Therapy From a Buddhist Perspective
43
CognitiveBehavioural Treatment of TraumaRelated Nightmares in Children A Developmental Adaptation of Imagery Rehearsal Therapy
57
Treatment Programs for Children With Selective Mutism
69
Developing and Delivering ComputerBased CBT for Anxiety Disorders in Young People
83
Can Motivational Enhancement Therapy Improve a Cognitive Behaviourally Based Inpatient Program for Eating Disorders?
171
Using Cognitive Processing Therapy for Assault Victims With Acute Stress Disorder
185
A CBT Internet Program for Depression in Adolescents MoodGYM Effects on Depressive Symptoms Attributional Style SelfEsteem and Beliefs Abo...
197
Clinical Implications of Empirical Research
205
Maladaptive Schemas and Eating Disorders Therapeutic Considerations
207
The Nature and Role of Avoidance in Depression
215
Modelling the Depressive Disorders A Subtyping Strategy
225
Autobiographical Memory in the Development Maintenance and Resolution of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder After Trauma
235

Cognitive Therapy With Older Adults Are Adaptations Necessary?
101
The Application of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy to Chronic Pain
113
From Passive Acceptance to Active Engagement The Path of CBT for Psychosis
123
Treatment Comparisons
143
Cognitive Therapy Enhanced With Emotive Techniques in the Treatment of Bipolar Disorder
145
Enhancing Outcomes in the Treatment of Generalised Anxiety Disorder
157
Cognitive and Social Support Factors in the Development of Acute Trauma Response in Children
247
The Role of Therapist Schema in the Training and Supervision of Cognitive Therapists
257
The Advantage of Accessing Early Maladaptive Schemas in Early Childhood Memories and Empirical Evidence of Their Predictive Worth
267
Index
277
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