Neuroscience-based Cognitive Therapy: New Methods for Assessment, Treatment and Self-Regulation

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John Wiley & Sons, Apr 23, 2012 - Psychology - 230 pages
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A pioneer of CBT explores recent advances in neuroscience, showing how they can be applied in practice to improve the effectiveness of cognitive therapy for clients with a wide range of diagnoses including mood disorders, anxiety disorders, eating disorders and schizophrenia

  • Utilizes the latest advances in neuroscience to introduce tools that allow clinicians, for the first time, to directly ‘measure' the effectiveness of cognitive therapy interventions
  • Rigorously based in neuroscientific research, yet designed to be readable and jargon-free for a professional market of CBT practitioners
  • Covers theory, assessment, and the treatment of a wide range of specific disorders including anxiety disorders, mood disorders, eating disorders, addictions and schizophrenia
  •  Written by a respected pioneer in the field
 

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Contents

Introduction
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Clinical Psychophysiology and its Parameters
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Electrodermal Activity and Quantitative
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Complex Psychological Diagnosis and Instrumental
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Neurosciencebased Methods in the Clinical Setting
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Sets and Settings when Applying a Neurosciencebased
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Multimodal Assessment of Family Process and the Family
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Neurofeedback and Cognitive Therapy
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Psychofeedback and Cognitive Therapy
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Professor Tullio Scrimali is a pioneer of clinical psychophysiology and cognitive therapy, recognized for his contribution to the discipline worldwide. He was a founding fellow of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy (ACT), and obtained the first Chair of Cognitive Therapyat the University of Catania, Sicily, where he currently directs the European School of Cognitive Therapy (ALETEIA International).

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