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Category: Psychopathology

Psychopathology

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  • In the second edition of 10 Simple Solutions to Adult ADD, Stephanie Sarkis offers the latest research and information on effective new attention deficit disorder medications and treatments. This new edition also expands on the original ten simple solutions to include more information that can help adults with ADD get organized and manage their symptoms.

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  • Written by a psychologist and expert in treating obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), this manual brings together five powerful, evidence-based therapies to help clinicians create a concise and customizable treatment plan. The methods—including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), exposure therapy, and acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT)—are presented in an easy-to-follow format, incorporate the newest research, and give clinicians a wide range of skills for addressing the mechanisms underlying OCD.

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  • You’ve just been diagnosed with ADD. Now what? After receiving a diagnosis of attention deficit disorder (ADD), you may feel relieved to finally have an explanation for your symptoms, but also concerned and full of questions about the future. Questions like: What are the best ways to get symptoms—such as impulsiveness and difficulty with time …

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  • In Children of Hoarders, a nationally recognized obsessive compulsive disorder expert Fugen Neziroglu, who regularly appears as a therapist on the TLC television series, Hoarders, shows readers how to cope with both the practical and emotional challenges of growing up with a hoarder, such as dealing with clutter, unsanitary conditions, and a parent’s unwillingness to change. This is the first book written specifically for adult children of hoarders that focuses on the interpersonal effects of hoarding.

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  • Coping with OCD offers a brief yet comprehensive and effective approach to dealing with the symptoms of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)-a great book for people recently diagnosed with OCD and a source of in-the-moment strategies for managing symptoms for those already receiving treatment.

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  • In Digging Out, two psychologists who specialize in compulsive hoarding show readers with a friend or family member who hoards how to use harm reduction, a proven-effective model, to help their loved one live safely and comfortably in his or her own home and improve their relationship with the hoarder.

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  • Despite recent advances in medicine and psychology, schizophrenia remains a complex and challenging disease. In this practical manual, Roberta Temes explains what the disease is, describes treatment options and resources, and presents an innovative ‘collaborative cure’ that brings together a support team to help the person with schizophrenia lead a fuller life.

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  • This definitive new self-help guide offers help to the millions of Americans who suffer from trichotillomania, an obsessive-compulsive disorder that leads them to pull out their hair.

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  • Two leading obsessive-compulsive experts help readers create a plan for dealing with someone they love who has OCD. The book provides a step-by-step, skills-building approach for assisting a loved one with such things as ritual prevention and exposure techniques, handling stress and anxiety, and encouraging independence and outside support.

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  • The articles in Mindfulness and Acceptance for Addictive Behaviors introduce the latest research on using acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and other mindfulness and acceptance approaches for the treatment of a variety of addictions, including substance abuse, gambling addiction, pornography addiction, smoking, and bingeing. This book features articles by Linda Dimeff, Jennifer Sayrs, Kelly Wilson, Jonathan Bricker, and other leading researchers in this field.

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  • Mindfulness-Based Sobriety presents a breakthrough, integrative approach to addiction recovery for clinicians who treat clients recovering from substance abuse and addiction. The book combines relapse prevention therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), and motivational interviewing to help clients conquer substance abuse by identifying their own values, strengthening their motivation, and tackling other mental health problems that may lie at the root of their addiction. The book also puts a strong emphasis on relapse prevention, so that clinicians can help clients stay on the path to sobriety.

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  • Three compulsive hoarding experts team up to provide the first research-based cognitive behavorial treatment plan to help compulsives learn to recognize the problem, understand the treatment options, and learn gentle techniques to free themselves from this life-threatening disorder.

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  • An OCD specialist offers the first CBT book to specifically address the problem of compulsive washing, helping to eliminate or reduce the compulsion to avoid touching objects, compulsively wash and clean, and the fear of contaminating others with dirt, germs, or poisons.

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  • Fourth in this successful series, this book provides individuals who suffer from repetitive, unwanted thoughts, images or impulses with information and skills they can use to reduce their distress over and preoccupation with these thoughts.

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  • Written by a team of experts in the treatment of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), this workbook offers powerful tools to help individuals with PTSD better understand and effectively manage their symptoms. The skills are drawn from a variety of empirically supported cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) treatments—including cognitive processing therapy (CPT), acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), and dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)—useful to a wide range of people, from individuals with severe PTSD to those struggling with just a few symptoms.

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  • The Sum of My Parts is the incredible true story of Olga Trujillo, whose childhood was devastated by sexual abuse and violence. This memoir follows Olga as she splits herself into “parts” and develops dissociative identity disorder to cope with the abuse, and then struggles to merge these parts and overcome the disorder in adulthood.

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