Advances in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
Keith S. Dobson, Kenneth D. Craig
SAGE Publications, Jun 18, 1996 - Psychology - 328 pages
This volume provides a unique perspective on the use of cognitive-behavioural therapy: rather than focusing on different forms or models of the approach, it examines its uses with a range of conditions such as post-traumatic stress disorder, agoraphobia and chronic pain. Integrating clinical applications with empirical research, contributors also examine disorders under-represented in the literature: personality disorders and disorders common in children and adolescents.
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CognitiveBehavioral Approaches to Anger Reduction
Common Change Processes in CognitiveBehavioral Therapies
Cognitive Factors in Chronic Pain and Disability
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