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Author Nezu, Arthur M., author.

Title Problem-solving therapy : a treatment manual / Arthur M. Nezu, PhD, ABPP Christine Maguth Nezu, PhD, ABPP Thomas J. D'Zurilla, PhD.

Imprint New York : SpringerPublishing Company, 2013.

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Description 1 online resource (333 pages)
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Contents Cover; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Section I. Conceptual and Empirical Considerations; One: Introduction, Brief History, and Social Problem-Solving Constructs; Structure of Manual; A Brief History of Problem-Solving Therapy; Definitions of Constructs; Revised Model of Social Problem Solving; Problem-Solving Therapy: Treatment Objectives; Problem-Solving Therapy: Treatment Components; Summary; Two: A Problem-Solving Approach to Understanding Psychopathology: A Diathesis-Stress Model; A Problem-Solving, Systems Model of Stress and Adaptation; Summary.
Three: Problem-Solving Therapy: Empirical Support and Flexibility of ApplicationsEmpirical Support for Problem-Solving Therapy; Flexibility of Problem-Solving Therapy; Summary; Section II. Assessment, Treatment Planning, and General Clinical Considerations; Four: Assessment and Treatment Planning Issues; Problem-Solving Assessment; Problem-Solving Therapy: Treatment Planning Considerations; Summary; Five: General Clinical Considerations; The Problem-Solving Therapist and the Therapist-Patient Relationship; Adjunctive Therapy/Training Strategies; Problem-Solving Therapy ""Do's and Don'ts""
Summary Section III. Problem-Solving Therapy: Specific Treatment Guidelines; Six: Overview of the Problem-Solving Therapy Process, Introductory Sessions, and the Case of ""Megan""; The Problem-Solving Therapy Process; Introductory Sessions; The Case of ""Megan""; Summary; Seven: Toolkit #1-Problem-Solving Multitasking: Overcoming Cognitive Overload; Rationale for Toolkit #1; Revisiting ""Megan"": Problem-Solving Multitasking; Summary; Eight: Toolkit #2-The SSTA Method: Overcoming Emotional Dysregulation and Maladaptive Problem Solving Under Stress; Rationale for Toolkit #2.
Contents Problem-Solving Therapy and Emotional RegulationThe SSTA Method of Emotional Regulation and Problem Solving Under Stress; Revisiting ""Megan"": Discussing SSTA; Summary; Nine: Toolkit #3-Healthy Thinking and Positive Imagery: Overcoming Negative Thinking and Low Motivation; Overcoming Negative Thinking; Positive Imagery: Overcoming Feelings of Hopelessness and Visualizing Success; Summary; Ten: Toolkit #4-Planful Problem Solving: Fostering Effective Problem Solving; Rationale for Toolkit #4; Brief Planful Problem-Solving Training; Intensive Planful Problem-Solving Training; Summary.
Eleven: Guided Practice, Future Forecasting, and TerminationGuided Practice; Integrating Various Problem-Solving Tools: The Case of ""John""; Future Forecasting; Termination; Revisiting Megan; Summary; Conclusion; References; Appendices; I. Instructions for Scoring the Problem-Solving Test; Scales of Effective Problem Solving; Explanation of Scores; Scales of Ineffective Problem Solving; Explanation of Scores; II. Patient Handouts: Figures, Forms, and Worksheets; III. Patient Handouts: Brief Instructional Booklets; Stress, Heart Failure, and Depression; What is Effective Problem Solving?
Note Problem-Solving Multitasking.
Summary Problem-solving therapy (PST) has been increasingly used to treat a great variety of health and mental health problems due to its flexibility and proven effectiveness. This text, written by the co-developers of PST, is a comprehensive and detailed manual of how to apply PST for a variety of populations and situations. The book reflects the most current research and applications of PST and provides specific treatment guidelines, sample client-therapist dialogues, clinical exercises and activities, homework assignments, client handouts, clinical case examples, and worksheets. These are based on.
Note Print version record.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Problem-solving therapy.
PSYCHOLOGY -- Psychotherapy -- General.
Problem-solving therapy. (OCoLC)fst01077956
Psychotherapy -- methods.
Problem Solving.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Added Author Nezu, Christine Maguth, author.
D'Zurilla, Thomas, author.
Other Form: Print version: Nezu, Arthur M. Problem-Solving Therapy : A Treatment Manual. New York : Springer Publishing Company, 2012 9780826109408
ISBN 9780826109415 (electronic bk.)
0826109411 (electronic bk.)
9781306083898
1306083893
9780826199195 (Patient handouts)
9780826109408
0826109403

 
    
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