Applied Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in Schools

Applied Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in Schools

"Anxiety, depression, substance use, conduct disorders, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and learning disorder are but a subset of problems that youth experience throughout their lives.

Author: Diana Joyce-Beaulieu

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780197581384

Category: Medical

Page: 224

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"Anxiety, depression, substance use, conduct disorders, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and learning disorder are but a subset of problems that youth experience throughout their lives. Chapter 1 presents the school-based practitioner as a first-line interventionist for these difficulties. Framing school-based care within a multi-tiered system of support, Chapter 1 introduces cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), an evidence-based intervention with flexible applications for children and adolescents. It acknowledges the complex intersection between CBT, 504 Plans, and individualized education programs (IEPs); discusses the many ways students may receive services under the law (and otherwise); and highlights the details of school-based practice integral to evaluating these plans. Chapter 1 ends with a thorough case presentation complete with background information, interviews, behavior and symptom assessment, CBT session planning, and outcome data"--
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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in Schools

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in Schools

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in Schools provides school-based practitioners with the necessary skills to determine students' mental health needs; establish a tiered, CBT-based system of supports; select appropriate programs at Tiers 1, 2, ...

Author: Linda Raffaele Mendez

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781317439455

Category: Psychology

Page: 292

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In recent years, many U.S. schools have implemented tiered models of support to address a range of student needs, both academic and behavioral, while cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) has simultaneously gained popularity as an effective means of supporting the mental health needs of students. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in Schools provides school-based practitioners with the necessary skills to determine students' mental health needs; establish a tiered, CBT-based system of supports; select appropriate programs at Tiers 1, 2, and 3; deliver CBT using various formats to students who are at risk or demonstrating problems; progress monitor multiple tiers of service; and work collaboratively with teachers, administrators, and families.
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Exam Prep for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in Schools A

Exam Prep for  Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in Schools  A

This book provides over 2,000 Exam Prep questions and answers to accompany the text Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in Schools; A ... Items include highly probable exam items: Statistic, Prosocial behavior, Behavior Genetics, Sternberg, ...

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When Children Refuse School

When Children Refuse School

The Guide concentrates on four primary reasons why children typically refuse school to relieve school-related distress, to avoid negative social or evaluative situations at school, to receive attention from a parent or a significant other, ...

Author: Christopher A. Kearney

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0199729565

Category: Psychology

Page: 144

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Many children and teenagers refuse to attend school or have anxiety-related difficulties remaining in classes for an entire day. School refusal behavior can contribute to a child's academic, social, and psychological problems, impact a child's chances for future educational, financial, and personal success, and significantly affect family functioning. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) has been shown to be a highly effective treatment for youth who exhibit this behavior. This Therapist Guide outlines four treatment protocols based on CBT principles that can be used to effectively address the main types of school refusal behavior. The Guide concentrates on four primary reasons why children typically refuse school to relieve school-related distress, to avoid negative social or evaluative situations at school, to receive attention from a parent or a significant other, and to obtain tangible rewards outside of school This manual includes tools for assessing a child's reasons for school refusal behavior and is based on a functional, prescriptive model. It presents well-tested techniques arranged by function to tailor treatment to a child's particular characteristics. Each treatment package also contains a detailed discussion of special topics pertinent to treating youths with school refusal behavior, such as medication, panic attacks, and being teased. A corresponding workbook is also available for parents, who often play an important part in a child's recovery. This comprehensive program is an invaluable resource for clinicians treating school refusal behavior.
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Cognitive Behavioral Interventions in Educational Settings

Cognitive Behavioral Interventions in Educational Settings

This second edition of Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions in Educational Settings teaches readers to think strategically about the individual and plan for effective and specific interventions based on the student’s age, developmental ...

Author: Rosemary B. Mennuti

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136486975

Category: Education

Page: 784

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Schools and school staff play a critical role in the cognitive, behavioral, emotional, social, and interpersonal development of children and adolescents. This second edition of Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions in Educational Settings teaches readers to think strategically about the individual and plan for effective and specific interventions based on the student’s age, developmental level, and presenting problems. It is written by forward-thinking, established professionals whose writing represents the state-of-the-art in cognitive behavioral interventions in educational settings, and presents evidence-based interventions for a variety of issues commonly seen in schools. Including both innovative and well-established approaches, they offer assessment methods and interventions for a variety of issues and concerns faced by school-aged youth. The use of case studies and session outlines, as well as the balance of theoretical and clinical concerns, enhances this book’s value as a reference for both clinicians and students. New to this edition are topics on cyber-bullying, parent and school consultation, school-wide positive behavioral support, and bipolar disorder. This is the ideal reference for those who wish to select and utilize precise interventions in school settings.
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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in K 12 School Settings Second Edition

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in K 12 School Settings  Second Edition

I recommend this book with considerable enthusiasm.” --Thomas L. Good, Professor Emeritus Department of Educational Psychology, University of Arizona American Educational Research Association Fellow American Psychological Association ...

Author: Diana Joyce-Beaulieu, PhD, NCSP

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 9780826183132

Category: Psychology

Page: 224

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“The second edition (like the first edition) is well written and based upon up-to-date research. It provides a comprehensive description of best practice and is a must read/must have book for mental health experts who work with students in school settings. I recommend this book with considerable enthusiasm.” --Thomas L. Good, Professor Emeritus Department of Educational Psychology, University of Arizona American Educational Research Association Fellow American Psychological Association Fellow From the Foreword Providing content that is conveniently embedded within current school-based delivery models, this text delivers a workbook of effective, easily applied cognitive-behavioral counseling strategies focused on helping children and adolescents with common mental health issues. School-based practitioners will learn the nuts and bolts of applied practice for fostering meaningful student outcomes, especially related to improving their patterns of thought, behavior, and emotional regulation skills. The second edition adds value by offering new content on mindfulness interventions, acceptance and commitment therapy, habit reversal training, and behavioral activation. Step-by-step CBT applications are described in greater detail, and two additional case studies help readers to better grasp CBT techniques. Additional new features include enhanced coverage of culturally responsive CBT research, scholarship, and applied practice tips, along with 50 practical worksheets. The book is distinguished by its in-depth coverage of CBT counseling skills along with an enhanced session-ready application approach for delivering effective interventions in the K-12 context. It offers specific strategies and session sequence based on behavioral diagnosis, and it includes numerous counseling tools such as therapy worksheets, schematics of core concepts, and software apps for use in session or as homework. Also provided are tools for teaching core CBT concepts to children, worksheets to reinforce them, and parent handouts. New to the Second Edition: Provides new interventions such as mindfulness, acceptance and commitment therapy, habit reversal training, and behavioral activation Describes step-by-step CBT applications in greater detail for ease of understanding Includes two new case studies with detailed progress monitoring and therapy closure Translates current clinical CBT practice in depth for the school-based audience Offers enhanced coverage of culturally responsive CBT research, scholarship, and applied practice tips Includes 50 worksheets for use in planning, structuring and conducting therapy Reflects current gold-standard treatment protocol Key Features: Focuses specifically on counseling within K-12 school-based setting using multi-tiered systems of support Delivers proven support strategies for common mental health needs of children and youth Offers detailed guidance on case conceptualization, session planning, and therapy closure Includes CBT teaching diagrams and worksheet for counseling sessions including online content for customization Based on the DSM 5 and contextualizes services delivery within a MTSS model
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CBITS

CBITS

The CBITS manual includes complete plans for group and individual sessions with children, background information and session plans for educating parents and teachers about cognitive-behavioral therapy, and several pages of reproducible ...

Author: Lisa Jaycox

Publisher: Sopris West

ISBN: 157035975X

Category: Education

Page: 117

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Education professionals are increasingly aware of the negative effect that exposure to trauma has on both the social and academic lives of children. Witnessing violence, being in a severe accident, or being physically injured are all things that can contribute to depression, anxiety, and even post-traumatic stress disorder in young people. Children who have experienced trauma are more likely to do worse in school or to miss more classes, and they have more interpersonal social problems that impede later success in life. Cognitive-Behavioral Intervention for Trauma in Schools (CBITS) is the first program designed to help school counselors and psychologists work with students to significantly reduce the symptoms associated with trauma. This easy-to-use, evidence-based guide uses cognitive-behavioral therapy-a practical, positive approach to modifying behavior-to foster and build skills children need as they cope with trauma and its aftermath. Developed in inner city schools by trained mental health clinicians, this early intervention program teaches schools to recognize signs of commonly experienced traumas and use techniques proven to have an impact on traumatic stress, depression, and anxiety. The CBITS manual includes complete plans for group and individual sessions with children, background information and session plans for educating parents and teachers about cognitive-behavioral therapy, and several pages of reproducible forms and worksheets.
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Handbook of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Pediatric Medical Conditions

Handbook of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Pediatric Medical Conditions

This handbook offers a comprehensive review of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for working in integrated pediatric behavioral health care settings.

Author: Robert D. Friedberg

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030216832

Category: Psychology

Page: 466

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This handbook offers a comprehensive review of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) for working in integrated pediatric behavioral health care settings. It provides research findings, explanations of theoretical concepts and principles, and descriptions of therapeutic procedures as well as case studies from across broad conceptual areas. Chapters discuss the value of integrated care, diversity issues, ethical considerations, and the necessary adaptations. In addition, chapters address specific types of pediatric conditions and patients, such as the implementation of CBT with patients with gastrointestinal complaints, enuresis, encopresis, cancer, headaches, epilepsy, sleep problems, diabetes, and asthma. The handbook concludes with important directions in research and practice, including training and financial considerations.Topics featured in this handbook include: Emotional regulation and pediatric behavioral health problems. Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) for pediatric medical conditions. Pharmacological interventions and the combined use of CBT and medication. CBT in pediatric patients with chronic pain. CBT for pediatric obesity. CBT-informed treatments and approaches for transgender and gender expansive youth. Medical non-compliance and non-adherence associated with CBT. Training issues in pediatric psychology. The Handbook of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Pediatric Medical Conditions is an essential resource for researchers and graduate students as well as clinicians, related therapists, and professionals in clinical child and school psychology, pediatrics, social work, developmental psychology, behavioral therapy/rehabilitation, child and adolescent psychiatry, nursing, and special education.
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Cognitive behavioral Therapy for Impulsive Children

Cognitive behavioral Therapy for Impulsive Children

This book also serves as an excellent ancillary text for courses in clinical child psychology, school psychology, educational interventions, applied developmental psychology, and other mental health related classes.

Author: Philip C. Kendall

Publisher: Guilford Press

ISBN: 0898620139

Category: Psychology

Page: 239

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Kendall and Braswell have designed and developed specific procedures that can improve children's self-control and reduce their impulsivity. In this second edition, the authors both expand and focus the application of their program, involving parents and teachers to a greater extent, making greater use of hands-on workbook materials, and adapting and implementing procedures for children with a wide range of behavior problems linked to impulsivity. The present edition also provides, in greater detail, descriptions of treatment strategies, in'session therapy materials, case examples, and illustrative transcripts. This book will be of great value to child and family psychologists, social workers, educators, and psychiatrists, as well as parents, pediatricians, classroom teachers, and others who frequently encounter impulsive children. This book also serves as an excellent ancillary text for courses in clinical child psychology, school psychology, educational interventions, applied developmental psychology, and other mental health related classes.
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Cognitive behavioral Psychology in the Schools

Cognitive behavioral Psychology in the Schools

Author: Jan N. Hughes

Publisher: Guilford Press

ISBN: 0898627362

Category: Psychology

Page: 581

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Although behaviorism made a major contribution to educational practice and created opportunities for psychologists in schools, behavioral techniques have mostly been applied in areas peripheral to teaching children new problem-solving or content mastery skills. The application of recent developments in cognitive psychology and cognitive-behavioral therapy in educational settings has also remained more a promise than a reality. COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL PSYCHOLOGY IN THE SCHOOLS argues persuasively that cognitive psychology has much to offer in the educational setting including an expanded role for school psychologists, beyond classroom management and psychoeducational assessment. Toward this end, this volume provides a unifying theoretical framework for applying new developments to the delivery of school psychological and educational services. To facilitate the integration of cognitive-behavioral theories into educational practice, the bulk of the book is organized according to the three primary levels of service offered by school psychologists: assessment, teaching and direct intervention, and indirect intervention. An opening section provides the historical and conceptual context. Reflecting the competence orientation of cognitive-behavioral management, individual chapters in this volume explore different aspects of competence--academic, personal, and social--and present a variety of techniques for instilling self control and problem-solving strategies. Beginning with assessment issues, the book moves to the specific application of cognitive-behavioral methods to reading, spelling, math, and writing instruction. There are chapters focusing on the use of CBM for social and emotional problems, with hyperactive and impulsive children, and children with handicaps and learning disabilities. The final chapters address the prevention of mental health problems in schools and the need for system-wide changes in the schools. The volume also provides a critical review of the theoretical and empirical bases for suggested applications. Limitations of applications are noted, and areas for future research are delineated. COGNITIVE-BEHAVIORAL PSYCHOLOGY IN THE SCHOOLS is targeted at school psychologists, child clinical psychologists, and special educators. The book would also be an appropriate text for graduate courses in assessment, child behavior therapy and counseling, and special education instructional methods. The material gathered here will challenge researchers and those involved with teacher education.
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CBT for Chronic Pain in Children and Adolescents

CBT for Chronic Pain in Children and Adolescents

Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Chronic Pain in Children and Adolescents provides instruction on the use of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) for children and their families coping with the consequences of persisting pain.

Author: Tonya M. Palermo

Publisher: OUP USA

ISBN: 9780199763979

Category: Medical

Page: 223

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Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Chronic Pain in Children and Adolescents provides instruction on the use of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) for children and their families coping with the consequences of persisting pain.
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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Techniques and Strategies

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Techniques and Strategies

Three master therapists give therapists a rich understanding of the methods, approaches, and ideas that drive modern CBT, and illustrate these principles with hypothetical client cases.

Author: Amy Wenzel

Publisher: American Psychological Association (APA)

ISBN: 1433822377

Category: Psychology

Page: 189

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Three master therapists give therapists a rich understanding of the methods, approaches, and ideas that drive modern CBT, and illustrate these principles with hypothetical client cases.
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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with Children

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with Children

This new edition of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with Children links together the methods of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) practiced in academic centers as well as the community.

Author: Katharina Manassis

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317531937

Category: Psychology

Page: 270

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This new edition of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with Children links together the methods of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) practiced in academic centers as well as the community. This book addresses the challenges community practitioners face when pressured to use CBT with youth who live with mental health disorders, but whose circumstances differ from those in research settings. Practitioners will learn how to overcome therapeutic obstacles. This new edition contains an expanded discussion on cultural considerations relevant to assessment and treatment, as well as a new chapter on training others in CBT for children.
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Handbook of Cognitive Behavior Group Therapy with Children and Adolescents

Handbook of Cognitive Behavior Group Therapy with Children and Adolescents

This Handbook offers a much-needed resource of theoretical knowledge, evidence-based interventions, and practical guidelines for professionals providing group psychotherapy to youth clients.

Author: Ray W. Christner

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135927721

Category: Psychology

Page: 546

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This Handbook offers a much-needed resource of theoretical knowledge, evidence-based interventions, and practical guidelines for professionals providing group psychotherapy to youth clients. Written by leading professionals in the field of child and adolescent cognitive-behavioral therapy, this comprehensive volume offers readers a collection of innovative and well established approaches for group interventions with youth in a variety of treatment settings. It addresses a wide range of issues, not limited to assessment, group member selection, and specific protocols and strategies that readers can implement in their own practice. Integrating theoretical and practical aspects, leading experts offer their experience through case examples and vignettes, suggesting guidelines for overcoming inherent treatment obstacles. This Handbook provides not only a framework for delivering effective group therapy, but also highlights specific problem areas, and it is an invaluable reference for professionals providing therapeutic intervention to children and adolescents.
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Depression

Depression

Based on a successful manual developed for research trials, this book presents an overview of a cognitive behavioural model for working with this age group, as well as practical ideas about how to start therapy.

Author: Chrissie Verduyn

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134148165

Category: Psychology

Page: 216

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In recent years there has been an increase in research into childhood depression, and it is now recognised that depression can severely impair young people in many aspects of their life, school, peer and social relationships, and frequently persists into adulthood. Depression: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy with Children and Young People provides an accessible guide to recognising and treating depression in young people. Based on a successful manual developed for research trials, this book presents an overview of a cognitive behavioural model for working with this age group, as well as practical ideas about how to start therapy. Topics covered include: engaging young people setting goals for therapy cognitive behaviour assessment and formulation solutions for problems practitioners may face encouraging parents and agencies to support therapy. Depression includes case examples and practical tips to prepare the practitioner for working with young people. Information is presented in a readable and practical style making this book ideal for professionals working in child and adolescent mental health services, as well as those in training. It will also be a useful guide for people working in community services for young people. Online resources: The appendices of this book contain worksheets that can be downloaded free of charge to purchasers of the print version. Please visit the website to find out more about this facility
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Cognitive Behavior Therapy in Counseling Practice

Cognitive Behavior Therapy in Counseling Practice

Each chapter includes case vignettes that reflect the work of professional counselors in school, clinical mental health, marital and family, and rehabilitation settings.

Author: Jon Sperry

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317234531

Category: Psychology

Page: 202

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This Cognitive Behavior Therapy text is brief, practical, comprehensive, and tailored just for counselors. Evidence-based CBT techniques are specifically adapted to counseling including core-counseling concepts such as social justice, strengths, wellness, and diversity (e.g., ethnicity, culture, sexual orientation, gender, disability) which are interwoven throughout the book’s content. Each chapter includes case vignettes that reflect the work of professional counselors in school, clinical mental health, marital and family, and rehabilitation settings.
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Overcoming Childhood OCD

Overcoming Childhood OCD

This manual also provides guidelines for conducting both imaginal and in vivo exposures; techniques at the core of helping children reduce their anxiety.

Author: John Piacentini

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 019972539X

Category: Psychology

Page: 144

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Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) affects an estimated 2% of children in the United States and can cause considerable anxiety. OCD is characterized by a pattern of rituals (or compulsions) and obsessive thinking. Common obsessions among children and teens include a fear of dirt or germs, a need for symmetry, order, and precision, and a fear of illness or harm coming to oneself or relatives. Common compulsions include grooming, repeating, and cleaning rituals. These obsessions and compulsions can severely interfere with daily functioning and are a source of significant distress. Without adequate treatment, the quality of life for youths and families dealing with OCD often suffers. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) has shown to be effective in the treatment of childhood OCD. This Therapist Guide outlines a 12-session CBT-based treatment for OCD that benefits not only children and adolescents, but their families as well. Each session incorporates a family therapy component in addition to individual treatment for the child. It is a combined approach program that educates the child and family about OCD in order to reduce negative feelings of guilt and blame and to normalize family functioning. This manual also provides guidelines for conducting both imaginal and in vivo exposures; techniques at the core of helping children reduce their anxiety. For use with children ages 8 17, this book is an indispensable resource for clinicians helping children and their families cope with OCD.
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Treating Impulse Control Disorders

Treating Impulse Control Disorders

This guide includes all the information and materials necessary to implement a successful cognitive behavioral therapy program for impulse control disorders (CBT-ICD).

Author: Jon E. Grant

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199738793

Category: Psychology

Page: 159

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This guide includes all the information and materials necessary to implement a successful cognitive behavioral therapy program for impulse control disorders (CBT-ICD).
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Innovations in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Innovations in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

This book goes well beyond standard CBT texts by highlighting new developments in the field and advancing a new definition of CBT that reflects the field’s evolution.

Author: Amy Wenzel

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781317674153

Category: Psychology

Page: 214

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Innovations in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy provides clinicians with a powerful arsenal of contemporary, creative, and innovative strategic interventions for use in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT). This book goes well beyond standard CBT texts by highlighting new developments in the field and advancing a new definition of CBT that reflects the field’s evolution. Throughout these pages, clinicians will find empirical research to back up recommended strategies and discussion of ways to translate this research into their clinical practice. Readers can also turn to the book’s website for valuable handouts, worksheets, and other downloadable tools.
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