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by Paul M. Salkovskis,Paul M. Salkovskis PhD

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ISBN:
1572301139
Author:
Paul M. Salkovskis,Paul M. Salkovskis PhD
Category:
Medicine & Health Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Guilford Press; Revised ed. edition (March 15, 1997)
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553 pages
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Salkovskis, Paul M; Rachman, Stanley.

The widespread application of cognitive therapy across continents and syndromes is indicative of the wide dissemination of this particular treatment modality. The broad spectrum is reflected in the adaptations of this treatment that extend across the lifespan.

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Frontiers of cognitive therapy. Guilford Press, 1997. DM Clark, PM Salkovskis, AJ Chalkley. PM Salkovskis, C Atha, D Storer. The British journal of psychiatry 157 (6), 871-876, 1990. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry 16 (1), 23-30, 1985.

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ISBN-13: 978-1572301139. The widespread application of cognitive therapy across continents and syndromes is indicative of the wide dissemination of this particular treatment modality. -David J. Kupfer, MD.

Frontiers of Cognitive Therapy: The State of the Art and Beyond (Paperback). A second reason why this work is important is its strength in both theoretical and empirical issues. New York : Guilford Press, 1996. Salkovskis, PM (e. 1996, Frontiers of Cognitive Therapy. Guilford Press, New York. Frontiers of Cognitive Therapy. New York: Guilford Press, 1996. Author(s) : Paul M. Salkovskis. Publisher : Guilford Press. Also by Paul M. Salkovskis Price £4. 0. ISBN 13 : 9781572301139. ISBN 10 : 1572301139.

The development of behaviour therapy for OCD and its evolution into cognitive behaviour therapy is described, highlighting the importance of a crucial series of experiments conducted by Rachman an. More).

Bringing together leading experts in the field, this book explores how cognitive therapy has become a treatment of choice not just for depression but for such diverse problems as eating disorders, health anxiety, OCD, panic, personality disorders, sexual problems, social phobia, and substance abuse. Theoretical and clinical issues that apply to particular populations, including children, adolescents, and the medically ill, are discussed in detail. In addition, important issues related to therapist competency, the therapeutic relationship, and empathy are systematically examined.