This collection presents empirically validated cognitive techniques for depression, bipolar I disorder, phobias, panic disorder, OCD, PTSD, anger management, eating disorders, and antisocial behavior in children and adolescents. Case examples are integral to each discussion. Emcompassing recent trends, current limitations, and new directions and developments, the book offers a fundamenetal knowledge base for students and practitioners alike.After a rationale for the intervention is provided and the patient is willing to discuss compliance problems, ... Rush, 1996, for example) is completed, which consists of (a) at summary of treatment plans, (b) a listing of anticipated obstacles ... To identify obstacles to compliance, the clinician simply asks questions such as , aquot;What could keep you from taking your niedication? ... patients can work with their prescribing physician to reduce bothersome side effects or simply the close regimen.
|Title||:||Empirically Supported Cognitive Therapies|
|Author||:||William J. Lyddon, PhD, John V. Jones, Jr., PhD, LPC, NCC, ACT|
|Publisher||:||Springer Publishing Company - 2001-08-06|