Handbook for Communication and Problem-Solving Skills Training: A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach

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John Wiley & Sons, 1997 - Psychology - 266 pages
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This book explains the principles of effective communication and demonstrates how techniques adopted from theoretical models like operant learning, classical learning, social learning, and cognitive therapy can be used to enhance the interactive and problem-solving skills of patients. These skills can help patients develop better coping mechanisms and form healthier relationships.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
Summary
40
A Skills Training Program for Increasing SelfAwareness
66
A Fundamental Communication
75
Training Program to Teach the Empathic Statement
86
Four Basic Components of Requests
99
Training Program to Teach Three Kinds of Requests
112
Responding to a Request from Another Person
120
Basic Principles and Cognitive
161
ProblemSolving Skills Training Program
189
Coping with Factors That Interfere with Learning and Using
197
Understanding Inhibitory Emotions in Everyday Life
204
Developing a Hierarchy
219
Progressive Muscle Relaxation
226
Individual CognitiveBehavioral Therapy
233
References
241

Introduction to Assertive Aggressive and Passive Behaviors
132
Nonverbal Components of Assertive Aggressive
138
Teaching Assertiveness Skills
149
Author Index
251
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