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Handbook of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Amy Wenzel (editor)

ISBN: 9781433834813

Publication Date: May 2021

Format: Hardback

Edited by renowned CBT scholar and practitioner Amy Wenzel, this handbook includes a comprehensive examination of contemporary CBT. With its in-depth coverage, up-to-date research, and rich clinical examples, this handbook is an invaluable resource for all clinicians who offer CBT.
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This two-volume handbook presents the contemporary cognitive behavioral scholarship that defines the field today.
Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a psychological treatment that focuses on shifting unhelpful thinking or behavior patterns to more adaptive thinking or behavior patterns. An extensive body of empirical research confirms that CBT is highly efficacious in treating depression, anxiety disorders, alcohol and drug use problems, marital problems, eating disorders, and severe mental illness.

Edited by renowned CBT scholar and practitioner Amy Wenzel, this handbook includes a comprehensive examination of contemporary CBT. Volume 1 provides a historical and theoretical overview of CBT, summarizes the empirical support for the approach, describes the main strategies and techniques, and summarizes an array of CBT treatment packages. Volume 2 evaluates the application of CBT to specific clinical conditions, modalities and settings, and diverse populations.
With its in-depth coverage, up-to-date research, and rich clinical examples, this handbook is an invaluable resource for all clinicians who offer CBT.
Pages 1663
Dimensions 254 x 178
Date Published 30 May 2021
Publisher American Psychological Association
Subject/s Psychology   Clinical psychology   Social work   Cognitive behavioural therapy  
  • Preface
    Amy Wenzel
  • I. Context
  • Chapter 1. Philosophical and Historical Foundations
    Robert L. Leahy and Christopher R. Martell
  • Chapter 2. Theoretical Framework
    Keith Dobson, Amanda Fernandez, and Stefan G. Hofmann
  • Chapter 3. Efficacy
    Lorenzo Lorenzo-Luaces, Lotte H. J. M. Lemmens, John R. Keefe, Pim Cuijpers, and Claudi L.H. Bockting
  • Chapter 4. Empirical Status of Mechanisms of Change
    Janna N. Vrijsen, Rianne A. de Kleine, Eni S. Becker, Amy Wenzel, and Jasper A. J. Smits
  • Chapter 5. Cognitive Case Formulation
    Peter J. Bieling, Emanuele Blasioli, and Dara Friedman-Wheeler
  • Chapter 6. Dissemination and Implementation
    Bradley E. Karlin
  • Chapter 7. The Therapeutic Relationship
    Amy Wenzel
  • II. Strategies and Techniques
  • Chapter 8. Cognitive Restructuring 
    Christine Purdon
  • Chapter 9. Behavioral Activation
    Maria M. Santos, Anjeng J. Puspitasari, Gabriela A. Nagy, and Jonathan W. Kanter
  • Chapter 10. Exposure Therapy
    Lauryn Garner, Emily Steinberg, and Dean McKay
  • Chapter 11. Motivational Interviewing
    Deborah H. A. Van Horn, Peter C. Britton, and Amy Wenzel
  • Chapter 12. Emotion Regulation
    Holly Hazlett-Stevens and Alan Fruzzetti
  • Chapter 13. Relapse Prevention
    John Ludgate
  • III. Psychotherapy Packages
  • Chapter 14. Cognitive Therapy
    Amanda Fernandez, Keith Dobson, and Nikolaos Kazantzis
  • Chapter 15. Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy
    Debbie Joffe Ellis
  • Chapter 16. Emotion-Centered Problem-Solving Therapy
    Arthur M. Nezu and Christine Maguth Nezu
  • Chapter 17. Schema Therapy
    Eva Fassbinder and Arnoud Arntz
  • Chapter 18. Dialectical Behavior Therapy
    Hollie F. Granato, Amy R. Sewart, Meghan Vinograd, and Lynn McFarr
  • Chapter 19. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
    Eric B. Lee, Benjamin G. Pierce, Michael P. Twohig, and Michael E. Levin
  • Chapter 20. Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy
    Amanda Ferguson, LÊ-Anh Dinh-Williams, and Zindel Segal
  • Chapter 21. Metacognitive Therapy
    Peter L. Fisher
  • Chapter 22. Applied Behavior Analysis
    Raymond G. Miltenberger, Diego Valbuena, and Sindy Sanchez
  • Chapter 23. Cognitive Bias Modification
    Emily E. E. Meissel, Jennie M. Kuckertz, and Nader Amir
  • Chapter 24. The Unified Protocol: A Transdiagnostic Treatment for Emotional Disorders
    Todd J. Farchione, Julianne G. Wilner, and Olenka S. Olesnycky
  • Chapter 25. Contemporary Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
    Nikolaos Kazantzis, Hoang Kim Luong, Hayley M. McDonald, and Stefan G. Hofmann
  • IV. Applications to Clinical Populations
  • Chapter 26. Depression
    Daniel R. Strunk, Benjamin J. Pfeifer, and Iony D. Ezawa
  • Chapter 27. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety Disorders
    Kamila S. White and Vien Cheung
  • Chapter 28. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
    Christine Purdon
  • Chapter 29. Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
    Anke Ehlers and Jennifer Wild
  • Chapter 30. Eating Disorders
    Madelyn Ruggieri, Courtney McCuen-Wurst, and Kelly C. Allison
  • Chapter 31. Addictions
    A. Tom Horvath
  • Chapter 32. Bipolar Disorder
    Cory F. Newman
  • Chapter 33. Psychosis
    Neal Stolar and Rebecca M. Wolfe
  • Chapter 34. Insomnia
    Jason G. Ellis, Michael L. Perlis, and Donn Posner
  • Chapter 35. CBT for Anger Management
    Michael Toohey
  • Chapter 36. Suicide Prevention
    Abby Adler, Shari Jager-Hyman, and Gregory K. Brown
  • Chapter 37. Adult Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
    J. Russell Ramsay
  • Chapter 38. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Chronic Pain
    John D. Otis, Alex E. Keller, and Lydia Chevalier
  • Chapter 39. Cognitive and Behavioral Treatments for Obesity
    Jena Shaw Tronieri
  • V. Modalities and Settings
  • Chapter 40. Cognitive Behavioral Group Therapy
    Elizabeth J. Pawluk and Randi E. McCabe
  • Chapter 41. Cognitive-Behavioral Couple and Family Therapy
    Frank M. Dattilio and Norman B. Epstein
  • Chapter 42. CBT in Primary Care
    Robert A. DiTomasso, Scott Glassman, Christina Berchock Shook, Anna Zacharcenko, and Michelle R. Lent
  • Chapter 43. CBT for Inpatient Settings
    Aaron Brinen
  • Chapter 44. Cognitive Behavior Therapy Delivered Using the Internet
    Gerhard Andersson and Per Carlbring
  • Chapter 45. Combined Cognitive-Behavior Therapy and Pharmacotherapy
    Jesse H. Wright, Stephen O'Connor, Jessica Reis, and Michael E. Thase
  • Chapter 46. An Evidence-Based Approach to CBT Supervision
    Donna M. Sudak and Robert P. Reiser
  • VI. Applications to Diverse Populations
  • Chapter 47. Children and Adolescents with Externalizing Disorders
    R. Trent Codd, III and Nathan Roth
    Chapter 48. CBT for Children and Adolescents with Internalizing Disorders
    Amber Calloway, Nicole Fleischer, and Torrey A. Creed
  • Chapter 49. CBT with Older People
    Kenneth Laidlaw
  • Chapter 50. Veterans and Military Servicemembers
    Maegan M. Paxton Willing, Larissa L. Tate, and David S. Riggs
  • Chapter 51. CBT for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) Populations
    Trevor A. Hart, Julia R. G. Vernon, and Tae L. Hart
  • Chapter 52. Ethnic Minority Cultural Adaptations of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
    Gayle Y. Iwamasa
  • Chapter 53. Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Religious Individuals
    Moses Appel and David Rosemarin
  • Conclusion
    Amy Wenzel
Amy Wenzel, PhD, ABPP, is a licensed clinical psychologist, owner and director of the Main Line Center for Evidence-Based Psychotherapy, faculty member at the Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavior Therapy, and certified trainer-consultant with the Academy of Cognitive Therapy. She has authored or edited 25 books and treatment manuals, many on cognitive behavioral therapy. She lives in the Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, suburbs.

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