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Depression - A Cognitive Approach

( Κωδικός: 0025119 )
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Συγγραφέας : Geoff Tomlinson Dawn Slater
ISBN : 0863884032
Contents: 184pp, A4, wire-o-bound

Περιγραφή

 Based on cognitive behavioural psychotherapy, this resource book describes how to treat mild to moderate depression. Aimed at the professional with little or no experience of treating depression, it provides detailed instructions on recognising a client's profile of depression, identifying dysfunctional thinking patterns and following through the ten steps for treatment.


The methods described can be used with clients exhibiting mild to moderate depression in most therapeutic situations and also for people suffering from severe depression if they are in an in-patient setting.

Divided into three parts - Part 1 contains basic information about depression, cognitive therapy and other approaches to treatment; Part 2 gives practical guidance in 10 steps to help clients overcome depression; and Part 3 provides additional information about sub-types of depression, drug treatment and the management of suicide and self-harm.

Each step has handouts that can be photocopied and given to the client.

Suitable for use with groups as well as individuals.
Contents
Part 1 Basic Information: Principles of Cognitive Therapy; The Cognitive Model of Depression; Using Cognitive Behaviour Therapy with Depressed Individuals; Reasons for Failure in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy; Combining Cognitive Behaviour Therapy with Other Approaches; Other Therapeutic Models
Part 2 Therapeutic Steps
Part 3 Additional Information: Drug Treatment and Increasing Adherence to Medication; Management of Suicide; Management of Self-harm; Types of Depression; Additional Reading.

Readership
Mental health professionals or supervised support staff working with clients with depression

About the authors
Geoff Tomlinson is a consultant psychiatrist in Plymouth working in the Home Treatment Team and Early Intervention Service. Dawn Slater is a ward manager in Plymouth for the acute in-patient ward and intensive care unit.