By Aaron T. Beck MD, Denise D. Davis PhD, Arthur Freeman EdD
This landmark paintings used to be the 1st to give a cognitive framework for realizing and treating character issues. Now Aaron T. Beck and his individual staff of coauthors current an greatly rewritten and up to date moment variation, integrating over a decade's worthy of great advances in concept and perform. half I lays out the conceptual, empirical, and scientific foundations of potent paintings with this hugely difficult inhabitants. Cognitive features of Axis II issues are reviewed and normal therapy rules delineated, with new chapters masking evaluation techniques and concerns within the healing dating. half II info the method of cognitive-behavioral treatment for every of the categorical problems. Restructured to keep on with a constant layout, chapters overview the present scientific literature; consultant the therapist via prognosis and case conceptualization; and show the nuts and bolts of cognitive intervention. Richly illustrated with accelerated case fabric, the second one variation additionally incorporates a wealth of latest info on healing impasses and the way to beat them.
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