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Cognitive Therapy for Bipolar Disorder: A Therapist's Guide to Concepts, Methods and Practice

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Cognitive Therapy for Bipolar Disorder: A Therapist's Guide to Concepts, Methods and Practice

Dominic H. Lam, Steven H. Jones, Peter Hayward, Jenifer A. Bright

ISBN: 978-0-471-97945-6 August 1999 324 Pages

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Bipolar disorder or manic depression is a serious mental disorder attracting increasing interest and could represent the next major area for the wider application of cognitive behavioral therapy. The authors have treated manic depressive patients on a routine clinical basis and have included in this book a detailed description of the techniques and issues in working with this client group.

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Introduction to Bipolar Disorder.

Review of Current Treatment.

Psycho-Social Models in Bipolar Disorder.

A Model of Cognitive Behavioural Intervention for BipolarDisorder.

Pre-Therapy Assessment.

Introducing the Model to the Patient.

Goal Setting.

Cognitive Techniques.

Behavioural Techniques.

Self-Management and Coping with Prodromes.

Long-Term Issues;
Manic Depression and the Self.

Family and Social Aspects.

Interpersonal Issues in Therapy and Issues Related toServices.

Appendices.

References.

Index.
"A readable and informative text..." (British Journal ofPsychiatry, June 2000)

"..I found this book to be highly resonant...and easy to dip intoin search of specific information..I strongly recommend it toclinical psychologists and other mental health professionals andtheir trainees (Behaviour Research & Therapy, No.40, 2002)