Evidence-Based Adjunctive Treatments
William O'Donohue, Nicholas A. Cummings
Academic Press, Apr 28, 2011 - Psychology - 392 pages
Adjunctive treatments, in which patients are provided additional modalities that can assist in their behavior change or the maintenance of their behavior change (i.e. telehealth, psychoeducation, consumer-driven treatment planning), have a useful role in addressing problems that can't be solved by face-to-face meetings. The adjunctive therapies covered in this book are all based on improving patient’s self management of their problems or the factors that exacerbate their problems.
The book is broadly organized into two sections. The first gives a broad overview of the major adjunctive modalities and the second concentrates on a systematic description of their role in the treatment of a number of special populations while providing practical suggestions for the timing and coordination for the use of the adjunctive therapies discussed in the book.
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Chapter 3 Psychoeducation in Conjunction with Psychotherapy Practice
Chapter 4 MutualHelp Groups
Chapter 5 Adjunctive EHealth
Chapter 6 Support Groups
Chapter 7 The Addiction Severity Index Multimedia Version
Chapter 8 Exercise as an Adjunctive EvidenceBased Treatment
Chapter 10 The Use of SelfMonitoring as a Treatment Intervention
Chapter 11 Expressive Writing
Chapter 12 Holistic and Alternative Medicine as Adjunctive to Psychotherapy
Chapter 13 Adjunctive Treatments for Childhood Disorders
Chapter 14 Adjunctive Therapies with Ethnically Diverse Populations
Chapter 15 Adjunctive Treatments for Rural Populations
Chapter 16 Adjunctive Treatments for Severe Mental Illness Schizophrenia
Chapter 9 Meditation and Relaxation
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