Cognitive-Behavior Therapy for Severe Mental Illness An Illustrated Guide

ISBN-10: 1585623210
ISBN-13: 9781585623211
Edition: 2008
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Description: A practical guide for using cognitive-behaviour therapy for some of the most common, and difficult-to-treat psychiatric conditions. Instead of trying to cover the entire range of severe mental disorders, this title focuses on individual disorders.

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Book details

List price: $79.00
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: American Psychiatric Publishing
Publication date: 9/16/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 374
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.188
Language: English

A practical guide for using cognitive-behaviour therapy for some of the most common, and difficult-to-treat psychiatric conditions. Instead of trying to cover the entire range of severe mental disorders, this title focuses on individual disorders.

Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Why Use CBT for Severe Mental Disorders?
The CBT Model for Severe Mental Illnesses
Overview of Treatment Methods
Efficacy of CBT for Severe Mental Disorders
Summary
References
Engaging and Assessing
Influences on the Therapeutic Relationship
Guidelines for Engaging a Person With Severe Mental Illness
Assessment
Indications for CBT
Summary
References
Normalizing and Educating
Normalizing Schizophrenia
Normalizing Bipolar Disorder
Normalizing Depression
The Therapeutic Relationship
Education
Summary
References
Case Formulation and Treatment Planning
Developing the Biopsychosocial Case Conceptualization
How to Construct and Use a Mini-Formulation
Summary
References
Delusions
Treating Delusions: Basic CBT Processes
Defining Delusions
Discussing Delusions
Modifying Delusions
Resistant Delusions
Treating Delusions in Mood Disorders
Summary
References
Hallucinations
Impact of Hallucinations
The CBT Approach to the Hallucinating Patient
Specific CBT Techniques for Hallucinations
Summary
References
Depression
Hopelessness and Suicidality
Low Energy and Lack of Interest
Low Self-Esteem
Summary
References
Mania
Mania Prevention Plan
Summary
References
Interpersonal Problems
Common Interpersonal Difficulties
Interpersonal Problems in Specific Disorders
Summary
References
Impaired Cognitive Functioning
Thought Disorder in Schizophrenia
Racing Thoughts, Distractibility, and Disorganization in Mania and Hypomania
Problems With Cognitive Functioning in Depression
Summary
References
Negative Symptoms
What Are Negative Symptoms?
The CBT Conceptualization
Demotivation in Schizophrenia
Socialization
Applying Standard Behavioral Methods
Summary
References
Promoting Adherence
Types of Nonadherence to Treatment
Common Reasons for Nonadherence: Possible Solutions
Working With Cognitions
Developing a Written Adherence Plan
CBT Homework
Summary
References
Maintaining Treatment Gains
Relapse Prevention
Methods for Continuation and Maintenance CBT
Summary
References
Worksheets and Checklists
Cognitive-Behavior Therapy Resources
DVD Guide
Index

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