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Developing Cognitive-Behavioural Counselling
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Developing Cognitive-Behavioural Counselling



October 1995 | 160 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
In this volume, the authors develop the cognitive-behavioral counseling approach by offering newer conceptualizations of many common client problems. Developing Cognitive-Behavioral Counseling provides suggestions for effective interventions that will take account of early maladaptive interpretations of situations and of the presence of personality disorders. This informative volume tackles the specifics of problems as diverse as surviving in a family with a personality disordered member and working with post-traumatic stress disorder. In addition, the authors examine recent developments in the counseling of clients with anxiety and depression and highlight hitherto neglected issues such as the use of groups and the assessment of counselor competence. For both students and practicing professionals, Developing Cognitive-Behavioral Counseling offers practical suggestions supported by case studies and examples to help counselors with the issues they face day to day.
 
Introduction
 
Beyond the Basics
 
Depression
 
Anxiety Disorders
 
Common Problems
 
Quality Control

`The book achieves its aims with respect to helping counsellors to think how their work can be refined with a cognitive-behavioural approach. It is a useful guide to clinical psychologists in training and other mental health professionals' - Behaviour Research and Therapy

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Michael J Scott

Stephen G Stradling

Windy Dryden

Windy Dryden is one of the leading practitioners and trainers in the UK in the Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) tradition of psychotherapy. He is best known for his work in Rational-Emotive Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (RECBT), a leading CBT approach.  He has been working in the field of counselling and psychotherapy since 1975 and was one of the first people in Britain to be trained in CBT.He has published over 200 books and has trained therapists all over the world, in as diverse places as the UK, the USA, South Africa, Turkey and Israel.He is Emeritus Professor of Psychotherapeutic Studies at Goldsmiths, University of London. More About Author