By Arthur M. Nezu PhD ABPP, ABPP Nezu Christine Maguth PhD, PhD Lombardo Elizabeth R.
This easy consultant can help the clinician advance Cognitive-Behavioral therapies for eleven universal mental issues (e.g., significant depressive disease, generalized nervousness, borderline character illness, anger problems). in accordance with a problem-solving version and empirical literature, the authors concentrate on significant scientific initiatives all for this approach: case formula and therapy layout. They delineate temporary objectives, long term pursuits, remedy ambitions, and capability interventions. Appendices contain "quick publications to CBT remedy making plans" for the eleven problems and chosen significant CBT scientific intervention suggestions famous through the booklet.
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The therapist should rate those techniques that have been demonstrated to be effective in treating a particular problem higher than his or her preferred mode of treatment. In addition, it is important for the therapist to remain cognizant of the unique characteristics of a particular patient when reviewing the available literature and evaluating a particular tactic. That is, a given patient may be very different from the population on which the empirical literature is based. As such, the effects of a particular strategy with a patient may be quite different from those found within the population that was investigated in the research literature.
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Lam, K. (1996). The Culturally Informed Functional Assessment (CIFA) Interview: A strategy for cross-cultural behavioral practice. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice, 3, 215–233. 3 Applying the Problem-Solving Model to Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment Design CBT TREATMENT DESIGN The major task during this treatment phase is for the therapist to develop the “middle part of the patient’s story,” that is, the means by which to reach a patient’s ultimate outcome goals. The operational definition of this means–end analysis is an efficacious treatment plan.
Cognitive-Behavioral Case Formulation and Treatment Design: A Problem-Solving Approach by Arthur M. Nezu PhD ABPP, ABPP Nezu Christine Maguth PhD, PhD Lombardo Elizabeth R.