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CBT for Common Trauma Responses



December 2012 | 264 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
This is the first book to show how to use cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) with the full spectrum of post-traumatic responses; exploring how they affect and relate to one another. Focusing not only on co-morbidity with other anxiety disorders and depression, the book looks more widely at, for example, co-existing pain, substance abuse and head injury.

After discussing how to tailor CBT practice to work most effectively with trauma responses in real-world settings, Michael J Scott goes on to explore the step-by-step treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder, other commonly occurring disorders and, finally, secondary traumatisation. Those training to work with young people, or already doing so, will find the focus in Part Three on CBT with traumatized children invaluable.

 
Post-Trauma Responses and CBT - An Overview
 
PART ONE: POST-TRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER
 
A DSM V-based CBT Model of PTSD
 
Assessment and Engagement
 
Non-trauma-focused CBT
 
Trauma-focused CBT
 
Group Treatment
 
Dual Treatment of PTSD with Commonly Associated Disorders
 
PART TWO: PRINCIPAL DISORDERS OTHER THAN PTSD
 
Sub-syndromal PTSD and Phobias
 
Prolonged Duress Stress Disorder
 
Chronic Adjustment Disorder
 
PART THREE: SPECIAL POPULATIONS
 
Working with Traumatised Children
 
Working with Traumatised Clients with a Severe /mental Illness
 
PART FOUR: SECONDARY TRAUMATISATION
 
The CBT Treatment of Pain and Disability
 
The CBT Treatment of Head Injury
 
The CBT Treatment of Disfigurement

This book provides a thought provoking presentation of some of the co morbid issues present within CBT

Mrs Elizabeth Simon
School of Nursing and Midwifery, Hertfordshire University
February 19, 2014

An excellent resource offering information and assessment tools to practitioners. Whilst this is a fairly broad text, excellent use is made of case studies to illuminate treatment.

Mrs Lindsay Schofield
PICT, Penny Parks Training
February 5, 2014

This a very good basic introductory text to working with trauma.

Mr Armin Luthi
Fac of Health & Social Care Sciences, Kingston University
November 21, 2013

Excellent resource and very well written book

Dr Derek Farrell
Department of Psychology, Worcester University
October 21, 2013

This book provides a comprehensive overview of CBT for common trauma responses. It is both accessible and readable, giving clinically useful advice. It is particularly helpful that it considered the application of CBT to more unusual presentations of trauma.

Mrs Annie Mason
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy traing dept, Sheffields health and Social care trust
June 11, 2013

Very comprehensive, clear and understandable. Use of case studies excelllent.

Mrs Val Howatson
School of Health and Social Care, Glasgow Caledonian University
May 23, 2013

A useful broad text. I would have liked more about formulation and reliving techniques in CBT to have been represented.

Ms Jennifer Rooks
Nursing (Harold Wood), London South Bank University
April 11, 2013
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ISBN: 9781446208649
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