Cognitive Therapy

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  1. Book ImagePsychotherapy Essentials to Go: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Anxiety

    Mark Fefergrad, Peggy Richter, Robert Maunder, Et Al.

    A quick-reference, multi-media guide to using cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to treat anxiety.More

  2. Book ImagePsychotherapy Essentials to Go: Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Emotion Dysregulation

    Shelley McMain, Carmen Wiebe, Robert Maunder, Et Al.

    A quick-reference, multi-media guide to using dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) to treat affect dysregulation.More

  3. Book ImagePsychotherapy Essentials to Go: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Depression

    Mark Fefergrad, Ari Zaretsky, Robert Maunder, Et Al.

    A quick-reference, multi-media guide to using cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to treat depression.More

  4. Book ImageThe 10 Best-Ever Depression Management Techniques: Understanding How Your Brain Makes You Depressed and What You Can Do to Change It

    Margaret Wehrenberg

    A strategy-filled handbook to understand, manage, and conquer your depression, modeled after its best-selling counterpart on anxiety.More

  5. Book ImageThe 10 Best-Ever Anxiety Management Techniques: Understanding How Your Brain Makes You Anxious and What You Can Do to Change It

    Margaret Wehrenberg

    A strategy-filled handbook to understand, manage, and conquer your own stress.More

  6. Book ImageChild Anxiety Disorders: A Family-Based Treatment Manual for Practitioners

    Bryce D. McLeod, Jeffrey J. Wood

    With over 10% of all children meeting the criteria for an anxiety disorder, these disorders are among the most common psychiatric problems experienced by schoolage kids, and can significantly interfere with their family and peer relationships and their performance at school.More

  7. Book ImageCognitive Grief Therapy: Constructing a Rational Meaning to Life Following Loss

    Ruth Malkinson

    A therapeutic model for maintaining bonds while moving into the future.More

  8. Book ImageCounseling and Psychotherapy Essentials: Integrating Theories, Skills, and Practices

    Bernard D. Beitman, Glenn E. Good

    The essential textbook for learning integrative psychotherapy.More

  9. Book ImageIndividuals, Families, and the New Era of Genetics: Biopsychosocial Perspectives

    Susan H. McDaniel, Suzanne M. Miller, John S. Rolland

    American Journal of Nursing 2007 Book of the Year Award Winner.More

  10. Book ImageTaking Out Your Mental Trash: A Consumer's Guide to Cognitive Restructuring Therapy

    Rian E. McMullin

    How can you take control of your life?More

  11. Book ImageCognitive Therapy: A Practical Guide

    Dean Schuyler

    Cognitive Therapy: A Practical Guide offers trainees in psychology, psychiatry, social work, or counseling a way to learn how one effectively practices cognitive therapy.More

  12. Book ImageDepression in Context: Strategies for Guided Action

    Michael E. Addis, Neil S. Jacobson, Christopher R. Martell

    In Depression in Context, Martell, Addis, and Jacobson explain the theory behind their model, describe strategies and techniques for successful therapy, and bring the treatment to life with many clinical examples as well as two complete case illustrations.More

  13. Book ImageThe New Handbook of Cognitive Therapy Techniques

    Rian E. McMullin

    This how-to reference provides the therapist with an immediately usable guide to cognitive therapy.
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  14. Book ImageTaming the Tyrant: Treating Depressed Adults

    Dean Schuyler

    Depression tyrannizes a startling 17.4 million Americans today, irrespective of age, culture, or socioeconomic status.More

  15. Book ImageThe Sky Is Falling: Understanding and Coping with Phobias, Panic, and Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders

    Raeann Dumont, Aaron T. Beck

    "A unique description of how clients think in the situations that produce anxiety, and how they can work on changing their thinking and reclaiming their lives, which have been lost to fears, rituals, and patterns of avoidance."--Aaron T. Beck, M.D., from the forewordMore

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