Related to: 'Christopher Freeman'

New Harbinger

When Your Teen Has an Eating Disorder

Lauren Muhlheim, Laura Collins
Authors:
Lauren Muhlheim, Laura Collins
Robinson

How to Beat Insomnia and Sleep Problems One Step at a Time

Kirstie Anderson
Authors:
Kirstie Anderson

Accessible and trustworthy support for sufferers of insomnia and other sleep difficulties.Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT), initiated in 2008, has made psychological therapy more accessible to those in need. This series of self-help titles is the first to be created specifically for low-intensity IAPT and all titles follow an evidence-based cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) approach which is the treatment of choice for depression and anxiety disorders. All titles are written by authors with considerable experience in the field of CBT self-help research, training and clinical practice.This book is the perfect resource for helping you beat insomnia and sleep problems, either by yourself or in conjunction with the support of an IAPT service. The book is written in a friendly, engaging (and jargon-free!) style and encourages interactive reading through tables, illustrations and worksheets. Real-life case studies illustrate the use of each intervention and demonstrate how you can work through your sleep problems. This book will help you to understand your sleep cycle, and learn techniques to get back to a better night's sleep.

New Harbinger

ACT for Psychosis Recovery

Emma K. O'Donoghue, Eric M.J. Morris, Joseph E. Oliver, Louise C. Johns
Authors:
Emma K. O'Donoghue, Eric M.J. Morris, Joseph E. Oliver, Louise C. Johns
New Harbinger

The Skills Training Manual for Radically Open Dialectical Behavior Therapy

Thomas R. Lynch
Authors:
Thomas R. Lynch

Radically open-dialectical behavior therapy (RO-DBT) is a groundbreaking, transdiagnostic treatment model for clients with difficult-to-treat overcontrol (OC) disorders, such as anorexia nervosa, chronic depression, and obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Written by the founder of RO-DBT, Thomas Lynch, this is the first and only session-by-session training manual to help you implement this evidence-based therapy in your practice.As a clinician, you're familiar with dialectical behavioral therapy (DBT) and its success in treating clients with emotion dysregulation disorders. But what about clients with overcontrol disorders? OC has been linked to social isolation, aloof and distant relationships, cognitive rigidity, risk aversion, a strong need for structure, inhibited emotional expression, and hyper-perfectionism. And yet-perhaps due to the high value our society places on the capacity to delay gratification and inhibit public displays of destructive emotions and impulses-problems linked with OC have received little attention or been misunderstood. Indeed, people with OC are often considered highly successful by others, even as they suffer silently and alone.RO-DBT is based on the premise that psychological well-being involves the confluence of three factors: receptivity, flexibility, and social-connectedness. RO-DBT addresses each of these important factors, and is the first treatment in the world to prioritize social-signaling as the primary mechanism of change based on a transdiagnostic, neuroregulatory model linking the communicative function of human emotions to the establishment of social connectedness and well being. As such, RO-DBT is an invaluable resource for treating an array of disorders that center around overcontrol and a lack of social connectedness-such as anorexia nervosa, chronic depression, postpartum depression, treatment resistant anxiety disorders, autism spectrum disorders, as well as personality disorders such as avoidant, dependent, obsessive-compulsive, and paranoid personality disorder.In this training manual, you'll find an outline of RO-DBT, including history, research, and how it differs from traditional DBT. You'll also find a session-by-session RO-DBT outpatient treatment protocol, with sections that outline the weekly, one-hour individual therapy sessions and weekly two-and-a-half hour skills training classes that occur over a period of approximately thirty weeks. This includes instructor guidelines and user-friendly worksheets.The feasibility, acceptability, and efficacy of RO-DBT is evidence-based and informed by over twenty years of translational treatment development research. This important manual-along with its companion book, Radically-Open Dialectical Behavior Therapy (available separately), distills the essential components of RO-DBT into a workable program you can start using right away to improve treatment outcomes for clients suffering with OC.

Robinson

Overcoming Distressing Voices, 2nd Edition

Mark Hayward, David Kingdon, Clara Strauss
Authors:
Mark Hayward, David Kingdon, Clara Strauss
New Harbinger

The Anorexia Recovery Skills Workbook

Catherine L. Ruscitti, Jeffrey E. Barnett, Rebecca A. Wagner
Authors:
Catherine L. Ruscitti, Jeffrey E. Barnett, Rebecca A. Wagner
Robinson

An Introduction to Coping with Eating Problems, 2nd Edition

Gillian Todd
Authors:
Gillian Todd
New Harbinger

Mindfulness and Acceptance for Treating Eating Disorders and Weight Concerns

Ann F. Haynos, Evan M. Forman, Meghan L. Butryn, Jason Lillis
Authors:
Ann F. Haynos, Evan M. Forman, Meghan L. Butryn, Jason Lillis

Millions of people in the United States suffer from eating disorders, and dissatisfaction with weight and body type-even in individuals whose weight is considered normal-is similarly widespread. In addition, more than half of Americans could benefit from healthy weight loss. Unfortunately, not all people with eating disorders or weight concerns respond to traditional therapeutic interventions; many continue to suffer significant symptoms even after treatment. What these clients need is an integrated therapeutic approach that will prove effective in the long run-like the scientifically backed methods in this much-needed clinical guide.Edited by Ann F. Hayos, Jason Lillis, Evan M. Forman, and Meghan L. Butryn; and with contributors including Kay Segal, Debra Safer, and Hugo Alberts; Mindfulness and Acceptance for Treating Eating Disorders and Weight Concerns is the first professional resource to incorporate a variety of proven-effective acceptance- and mindfulness-based approaches-such as acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT), dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT)-into the treatment of persistent disordered eating, body image issues, and weight problems.With these evidence-based interventions, you'll be ready to help your clients move beyond their problems with disordered eating, body dissatisfaction, and weight management once and for all.

New Harbinger

Fifty-Two Ways to Love Your Body

Kimber Simpkins
Authors:
Kimber Simpkins

Do you look in the mirror and see all the things you dislike about your body? For many of us, the first step to loving our bodies is being able to look at our reflection and not criticize what we see. And in a culture that worships thin, beautiful celebrities, it's easy to feel like we just don't measure up. So, how can you get over your flaws and focus on your fabulous?52 Reasons to Love Your Body is packed with easy and fun practices-one for each week of the year-to help you toss perfectionism out the window, turn down the volume on that nagging inner critic who is always going on about what's wrong, stop the never-ending comparison game, and finally love your body. You'll also find encouraging, in-the-moment affirmations to keep negative self-talk at bay, and give you a much-needed pick me-up, any time, any place.If you're ready to start loving your body, this book gives you 52 reasons to get started now. So, what are you waiting for?

New Harbinger

Modular CBT for Children and Adolescents with Depression

Katherine Nguyen Williams
Authors:
Katherine Nguyen Williams
New Harbinger

A Clinician's Guide to Teaching Mindfulness

Christiane Wolf, J. Greg Serpa
Authors:
Christiane Wolf, J. Greg Serpa

Mindfulness-once an ancient practice honed in Buddhist monasteries-is now a mainstream, evidence based, secular intervention employed by trained health and mental health professionals worldwide. The rapid spread of mindfulness increasingly involves psychologists, physicians, social workers, therapists, counselors, spiritual advisers, life coaches, and education professionals trained in their respective disciplines. Additionally, research continues to show that mindfulness is an effective treatment for anxiety, depression, stress, pain relief, and many other illnesses.If you are a professional interested in teaching mindfulness, this book will provide you with everything you need to get started right away. The introductory, six-week protocol outlined in this book is easy-to-use, and can be implemented in a variety of settings, ranging from an outpatient mental health clinic to an inpatient oncology clinic, from a substance abuse recovery program to educational settings.In addition, this book will tell you what to bring to each class; provides outlines for each session; offers scripts to help you differentiate the weekly meditative practices; and provides invaluable resources for further study and professional development. If you're looking to integrate mindfulness into your professional work, this is your go-to guide.

New Harbinger

Transdiagnostic Road Map to Case Formulation and Treatment Planning

Rochelle I. Frank
Authors:
Rochelle I. Frank

For the last twenty years, clinicians and mental health professionals have relied on the DSM manual to diagnose and treat patients. However, evidence now shows that treating individual symptoms, rather than relying on a single diagnosis, is much more effective. If you are frustrated with single symptom protocols when treating your clients, this book offers a powerful alternative to the DSM-V. The Transdiagnostic Road Map to Case Formulation and Treatment Planning is the first book to offer the psychology community a breakthrough, evidence-based road map for treating patients with symptoms that span across different diagnostic categories.The transdiagnostic approach outlined in this book signals a revolutionary break from traditional DSM categorization and gives mental health professionals a reliable resource for treating clients' individual symptoms, rather than relying on rigid pathology. If you are interested in a new approach to treating patients, this book is an extremely important addition to your professional library. It will serve as your guide for a more effective type of treatment planning-one that is tailored to your client's specific needs.For more than forty years, New Harbinger has published powerful, evidence-based psychology resources for mental health professionals and self-help books for clients. As the landscape of psychology evolves, New Harbinger will remain at the forefront, offering clinicians real tools for real change.

Robinson

The Complete Guide to Overcoming Eating Disorders, Perfectionism and Low Self-Esteem (ebook bundle)

Christopher Freeman, Constance Barter, Melanie Fennell, Peter Cooper, Roz Shafran, Sarah Egan, Tracey Wade
Authors:
Christopher Freeman, Constance Barter, Melanie Fennell, Peter Cooper, Roz Shafran, Sarah Egan, Tracey Wade
Robinson

The Complete Overcoming Series

Peter Cooper
Authors:
Peter Cooper

The complete set of self-help guides from the popular Overcoming series. Each guide is based on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), an evidence-based therapy which is recommended by the NHS for the treatment of a large number of psychological difficulties. Each guide comprises a step-by-step self-help programme based on CBT and contains:-Useful information about the disorder-Practical strategies and techniques based on CBT-Advice on how to keep recovery going-Further resourcesThe Complete Overcoming Series contains 31 titles:Overcoming Anger and IrritabilityOvercoming Anorexia NervosaOvercoming AnxietyOvercoming Body Image Problems including Body Dysmorphic DisorderOvercoming Bulimia Nervosa and Binge-EatingOvercoming Childhood TraumaOvercoming Chronic FatigueOvercoming Chronic PainOvercoming Compulsive GamblingOvercoming Depersonalization & Feelings of UnrealityOvercoming DepressionOvercoming GriefOvercoming Health AnxietyOvercoming Insomnia and Sleep ProblemsOvercoming Low Self-EsteemOvercoming Mood SwingsOvercoming Obsessive Compulsive DisorderOvercoming Panic and AgoraphobiaOvercoming Paranoid and Suspicious ThoughtsOvercoming PerfectionismOvercoming Problem DrinkingOvercoming Relationship ProblemsOvercoming Sexual ProblemsOvercoming Social Anxiety and ShynessOvercoming StressOvercoming Traumatic StressOvercoming Weight ProblemsOvercoming WorryOvercoming Your Child's Fears & WorriesOvercoming Your Child's Shyness and Social AnxietyOvercoming You Smoking Habit

Seal Press

Something Spectacular

Greta Gleissner
Authors:
Greta Gleissner
Robinson

Overcoming Anorexia Nervosa

Christopher Freeman
Authors:
Christopher Freeman
Robinson

Overcoming Bulimia Nervosa and Binge Eating 3rd Edition

Peter Cooper
Authors:
Peter Cooper

Peter Cooper

Peter Cooper is Professor of Psychology at the University of Reading. He is also a practising clinical psychologist and Series Editor of the 'Overcoming' series. Peter Cooper is Professor of Psychopathology at the Winnicott Research Unit at the University of Reading. Recognised as one of the world's experts in the treatment of bulimia he has more recently focused on the treatment of postpartum depression.

Gillian Todd

Dr Gillian Todd is a BABCP Accredited Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist, Supervisor and Trainer who is an Independent Practitioner based in Cambridge. Over her career, she has been Senior Lecturer in cognitive behavioural therapy at the University of East Anglia and an honorary Visiting Fellow in the Department of Psychiatry, University of Cambridge.

David Veale

David is the author of Overcoming Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Manage Your Mood, along with Rob Willson. He is a consultant psychiatrist in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy at the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust and the Priory Hospital, North London. He is an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London. He is an accredited cognitive behaviour therapist and President of the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies 2006-8. He has about 50 publications to his name, accessible through his website www.veale.co.uk. He has been helping people with depression and anxiety disorders for more than 15 years.