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Handbook of Brief Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

Handbook of Brief Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

Frank W. Bond (Editor), Windy Dryden (Editor)

ISBN: 978-0-471-49107-1

Jun 2002

330 pages

In Stock

$313.00

Description

In this unique handbook, Frank Bond and Windy Dryden, have brought together a prominent cast of authors, to discuss issues concerning the definition, assessment and, in particular, the practice of brief Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT).

Contents include -
* the difference between brief and regular CBT and evidence for its effectiveness
* How to use brief CBT in your own area of practice
* Applying brief CBT to emotional disorders, anxiety, workplace stress and more

This handbook is accessible to a wide range of readers, including academics, practitioners, psychotherapists, counsellors, and students training in CBT.

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