Research and Markets: An Introduction to Modern CBT: Psychological Solutions to Mental Health Problems

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has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd’s new book “An

Introduction to Modern CBT: Psychological Solutions to Mental Health

Problems” to their offering.

“An Introduction to Modern CBT” provides an easily accessible

introduction to modern theoretical cognitive behavioral therapy models.

The text outlines the different techniques, their success in improving

specific psychiatric disorders, and important new developments in the

field.

Key features:

  • Provides an easy-to-read introduction into modern Cognitive Behavioral

    Therapy approaches with specific case examples and hands-on treatment

    techniques

  • Discusses the theoretical models of CBT, outlines the different

    techniques that have been shown to be successful in improving specific

    psychiatric disorders, and describes important new developments in the

    field

  • Offers useful guidance for therapists in training and is an invaluable

    reference tool for experienced clinicians

Key Topics Covered:

  • About the author

  • Foreword

  • Acknowledgment

  • Introduction

  • Chapter 1: The Basic Idea

  • Chapter 2: Empowering the Mind

  • Chapter 3: Confronting Phobias

  • Chapter 4: Fighting Panic and Agoraphobia

  • Chapter 5: Conquering Social Anxiety Disorder

  • Chapter 6: Treating Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

  • Chapter 7: Beating Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Worry

  • Chapter 8: Dealing with Depression

  • Chapter 9: Overcoming Alcohol Problems

  • Chapter 10: Resolving Sexual Problems

  • Chapter 11: Managing Pain

  • Chapter 12: Mastering Sleep

  • References

  • Index

Author:

Stefan G. Hofmann, Ph.D. is Professor of Psychology and the Director of

the Psychotherapy and Emotion Research Laboratory at Boston University.

He has been a Board Member of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy and is an

advisor to the DSM-V Development Process. He is the author of more than

170 peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters, and has published

seven books. His primary research interests focus on treatment research

for which he has received many research awards. In addition to lecturing

clinicians world-wide in cognitive behavioral therapy, he is a licensed

psychologist and has a private practice.

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