An Introduction to Modern CBT: Psychological Solutions to Mental Health Problems
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—Robert L. Leahy, Director, American Institute of Cognitive Therapy, New York
Instead of a detailed treatment manual or a long chapter in a handbook, this beautifully written, up-to-the-minute, but succinct description of CBT, complete with case studies, will be all that many clinicians need to know as they approach each new case. This resource will be valuable for training and should be on every clinician’s bookshelf.
—David H. Barlow, Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry, and Founder and Director Emeritus, Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders, Boston University, USA
An elegantly simple book that takes a single model and shows students and professionals how to apply it to a range of common behavioral and mental health problems. Each disorder is fitted to the idea that maladaptive schemas and attention applied to triggering events can produce maladaptive cognitive appraisals that give rise to problematic emotion and behavior, and each intervention for these disorders are then placed in a particular part of the model. Clear, concise, and step by step, if you want to understand the cognitive model of psychopathology and treatment, there is no better book available.
—Steven C. Hayes, Foundation Professor of Psychology, University of Nevada, and author of ‘Get Out of Your Mind and Into Your Life’
A world leader in the treatment of social phobia, Stefan Hofmann has written the ideal introductory guide to 21st century cognitive-behavior therapy. Lucid and accessible, An Introduction to Modern CBT will be especially valuable for students and for seasoned therapists keen to learn the latest evidence-based interventions for the most common problems therapists see today.
—Richard J. McNally, Professor of Psychology, Harvard University, and author of ‘What is Mental Illness?’
While certain principles underlie the CBT treatment for the various psychiatric disorders, clinicians must understand the specific cognitive formulation of each disorder to understand how to implement effective treatment for a client with a given diagnosis. Dr. Hofmann provides such a guide in his excellent text. Both new and experienced clinicians will benefit from his clear explanations and guidelines for anxiety disorders, depression, alcohol abuse, sexual problems, pain, and insomnia.
—Judith S. Beck, President, Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy and Research