Innovations and Advances in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
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.
• innovative treatment for specific presentations
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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