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Category: Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy

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  • Today’s children and adolescents face intense pressures—both in the classroom and at home. A Still Quiet Place presents an eight-week mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) program that therapists, teachers, and other professionals can use to help children and adolescents manage stress and anxiety in their lives. The easy-to-implement practices in this guide are designed to help increase attention, learning, resiliency, and compassion by showing children how to experience the natural quietness that can be found within. The book also includes links to helpful audio downloads.

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  • ACT for Body Image Dissatisfaction is an acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) manual practitioners can use to help clients overcome body image dissatisfaction and disordered eating behaviors such as food restriction and binge eating.

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  • In Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Couples, best-selling author Matthew McKay and psychologist Avigail Lev present the ten most common relationship schemas, and provide an evidence-based acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) treatment protocol for professionals. With these powerful tools, therapists will be better able to help couples overcome the unhealthy coping behaviors and barriers that hold them back so they can move forward to create happier, healthier relationships.

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  • Combining elements of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) and relational frame theory (RFT), ACT and RFT for Relationships presents a unique approach for therapists to help clients develop and experience deeper, more loving relationships. By exploring personal values and expectations, and by addressing central patterns of behaviors, therapists can help their clients establish and maintain intimacy with their partner and gain a greater understanding of their relationship as a whole.

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  • Written by a clinical psychologist and social worker, ACT for Adolescents presents the first flexible, ten-week protocol based in acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) to help adolescents overcome mental health hurdles and thrive. The powerful and effective step-by-step exercises in this book are tailored toward working with adolescents in individual settings, but also include modifications for group settings.

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  • People struggling with mental health problems frequently turn to their clergy or spiritual teachers for guidance. However, clergy often receive little seminary training on how to deal with the challenges of counseling someone with a mental health issue. For the first time ever, three pioneers in the field of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT) present an edited volume that outlines how the core ACT processes can be applied to religious and spiritual care approaches.

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  • Every psychotherapeutic model needs literature that shows therapists how to conceive of real-life cases in terms of the particular treatment protocols of that model; ACT in Practice will be the first such case conceptualization guide for acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), one of the most exciting new psychotherapeutic models.

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  • In Advanced Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, a licensed clinical psychologist and renowned ACT expert presents the first advanced ACT book for use in client sessions. Inside, readers will hone their understanding of the core processes behind ACT and learn practical strategies for moving past common barriers that can present during therapy, such as over-identifying with clients or difficulty putting theory into practice.

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  • Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a powerful and evidence-based treatment for several mental health disorders. However, there are no simple learning guides covering CBT: what it is, how it works, and how to implement it in session. In CBT Made Simple, two psychologists and experts in CBT offer mental health professionals the ultimate “how-to” guide. This fully revised and updated second edition includes the core components of CBT—core beliefs, intermediate beliefs, and behavioral experiments—to make this the most comprehensive and practical CBT manual available.

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  • In the tradition of ACT Made Simple, DBT Made Simple is a manual for therapists seeking to understand and apply the four dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) skills in individual therapy. DBT is an effective treatment for borderline personality disorder, self-injury, chemical dependency, trauma related to sexual abuse, and various mood disorders.

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  • It has been estimated that nearly twenty percent of the one million divorces each year in the U.S. involve high-conflict relationships. Angry, emotional disputes related to custody, parenting time, child support payments, visitation and more may go on for years. Who suffers? The children, mostly. Post-divorce conflict may be the most significant factor in adjustment …

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  • By implementing the techniques described in Derived Relational Responding, techniques based on a breakthrough new understanding of how humans acquire and use language, clinicians can make significant progress with their clients with autism and other developmental disabilities, limiting the loss of cognitive and social functioning that typically results from these conditions.

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  • At-risk adolescents may exhibit signs of moodiness, aggression, and even self-injury, and these behaviors often cause parents, teachers, and clinicians to become extremely frustrated. Adolescents themselves may even believe that change is impossible. Drawing on proven-effective dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), Dialectical Behavior Therapy for At-Risk Adolescents is the first reader-friendly and easily accessible DBT book specifically targeted to mental health professionals treating adolescents who may be dangerous to themselves or others.

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  • Dialectical Behavior Therapy will teach mental health professionals how to successfully integrate DBT-oriented skills training into the therapy process, including techniques such as distress tolerance, mindfulness-based self-soothing exercises, and emotion regulation. Includes a web link to five slide-show training presentations and a series of useful client worksheets therapists can use to reinforce the work they do in sessions.

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  • In this groundbreaking guide for clinicians, best-selling author Matthew McKay presents emotional efficacy therapy (EET)—a powerful and proven-effective model for treating clients with emotion regulation disorders, including depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), bipolar disorder, and borderline personality disorder (BPD). Using the brief, transdiagnostic, and exposure-based approach in this book, clinicians can help their clients manage difficult emotions, curb negative reactions, and start living a better life. 

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  • Anxiety is the most common mental health disorder children face today. Written by expert clinicians in the field of child psychology, this professional book offers a comprehensive, practical guide for implementing exposure therapy specifically for children and adolescents with anxiety. Each chapter is devoted to tailoring exposure work to a specific anxiety-related condition, such as separation anxiety, phobias, panic, social anxiety, and more, using a variety of creative exposure ideas and activities.

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