Clinical behavior therapy

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Wiley & Sons, Sep 16, 1994 - Psychology - 327 pages
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Critical Acclaim for Clinical Behavior Therapy "This book will be helpful not only to those who regard this [cognitive-behavior therapy] as their primary orientation, but to anyone who wants to be a complete therapist." --Allen Frances, MD Duke University Medical Center "This classic text.was a distinct favorite among the students enrolled in my clinical assessment and treatment courses. I hope the updated edition will be read by graduate students in clinical and counseling psychology, social workers, and all mental health professionals who wish to be truly effective therapists." --Arnold A. Lazarus, PhD Rutgers University ".particularly innovative and impressive. Their lucid description of cognitive variables. broadens the range of interventions available to the behavioral practitioner." --Sheldon Rose, PhD University of Wisconsin School of Social Work "A classic--updated. I recommend it not only for behavior therapists but for any clinical practitioner of any profession who is looking for procedures that work." --Joel Fischer, DSW University of Hawaii at Manoa

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The Essence of Behavior Therapy
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Chapter 2
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Chapter 3
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\MARVIN R. GOLDFRIED is Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry at the State University of New York at Stonybrook. In addition to his teaching, clinical supervision, and research, he maintains a limited practice of psychotherapy in New York City. He is a diplomate in clinical psychology, editorial board member of professional journals, and author of several books. Dr. Goldfried is cofounder of the Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration. GERALD C. DAVISON is Professor of Psychology at the University of Southern California, where he was also Director of Clinical Training from 1979 to 1984 and Chair of the Department from 1984 to 1990. Among his many publications is the textbook Abnormal Psychology, coauthored with John Neale and published in 1994 in its sixth edition. His current research program focuses on the relationships between cognition and a variety of behavioral and emotional problems. In addition to his teaching and research, he is a practicing clinical psychologist.

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