Evidence-Based Practice of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy by Deborah Dobson PhD, Keith S. Dobson PhD

By Deborah Dobson PhD, Keith S. Dobson PhD

From prime specialists within the field—a working towards medical psychologist and a well known psychotherapy researcher—this ebook synthesizes the proof base for cognitive-behavioral remedy (CBT) and interprets it into useful scientific instructions. the point of interest is how clinicians can use present study findings to supply the easiest care in real-world perform settings. inside a case formula framework, middle cognitive and behavioral theories and strategies are defined and illustrated with shiny case examples. The authors additionally speak about dealing with daily therapy demanding situations; isolating CBT myths from evidence; and the way to increase a winning CBT perform and optimize the standard of providers. (20101020)

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Such a feedback process can stimulate discussion about the speed of progress, roadblocks to successful treatment, and the need for ongoing treatment. This feedback also involves the client more in the process, because his or her perception of change can be compared to the formal assessment methods, and his or her ideas about why therapy is or is not proceeding well can be discussed. It is often very reinforcing of the client’s efforts to see actual outcome data signifying change. Completion of Treatment and Follow-Up Assessment It is common to evaluate progress toward goals set at the beginning and during treatment.

When starting the interview • What brings you here today? Why have you come now? • Why are you seeking help at this particular time? • What brings you in? • What types of difficulties have you been experiencing? • Are you experiencing any increased or unusual stress at this time? For problem assessment • Please describe the problems that bring you in today. • It can be helpful to break problems down into thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. When you experience ______, what are you thinking? Feeling?

This book has been used as the “standard” treatment manual in many studies in cognitive-behavioral therapy. The interventions used for an individual client rest, however, on an idiographic case formulation. 1 Integration and Case Formulation 35 more individualized case formulation, because the typical client presenting for treatment is more complex and has more problems than the average subject in an outcome study. It is because of these complexities and issues that most clients require careful assessment, case conceptualization, and treatment planning.

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