Group Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy of Anxiety: A Transdiagnostic Treatment Manual
Group Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy of Anxiety : Peter J. Norton :
Anxiety Disorders and the Transdiagnostic Perspective 2. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy within a Transdiagnostic Framework3. Getting Ready for Treatment: Assessing the Client 4.
Session 1: Introduction and Education5. Session 2: More on Anxiety and the Importance of Thoughts6. Session 3: Challenging Anxious Thoughts7.
Prior to Session 4: Planning to Confront the Fears 8. Sessions 4 through 9: Exposure9. Session Getting Back to Thoughts Session Softening Negative Affective Styles Session Relapse Prevention and and Concluding Treatment Review quote "Norton has written a practical and accessible book that offers a new treatment option for the millions of individuals who suffer from anxiety disorders.
Reading this book will revolutionize your case conceptualization for anxiety disorders, making the most complex, comorbid cases amenable to short-term focused intervention. The transdiagnostic approach is clearly explained and illustrated with rich case examples. Mental health providers with basic expertise in CBT will easily be able to adapt this evidence-based group intervention to their own practice, making treatment more accessible and affordable.
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Drawing on the latest research showing that common processes cut across various disorders, this book provides an excellent framework for understanding and treating anxiety disorders. Each chapter is a delight to read and guides the reader with clear descriptions and clinical examples. Your mood is going to get a little better, your fear of heights might dissipate.
So there is some effect there, but what we find is when we approach things with a transdiagnostic approach, we see a much bigger impact on comorbid diagnoses," said Norton.
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The transdiagnostic treatment approach is more efficient in treating the whole person rather than just treating the diagnosis, then treating the next diagnoses. Norton notes the larger contributions of the studies are to guide further development and interventions for how clinical psychologists, therapists and social workers treat people with anxiety disorders.
The data collected will be useful for people out on the front lines to effectively and efficiently treat people to reduce anxiety disorders. The goal of the ADC is to help clients overcome their problems with anxiety without medication by using the most effective psychological therapies available. Both research opportunities and low-cost clinical services based on the latest scientific evidence are offered to individuals.
For more information about research opportunities and clinical services at ADC, please call or visit the ADC website www. View larger. Hardcover May 2, The reproducible materials can be downloaded and printed in PDF format.
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C ognitive-behavioral therapy is highly effective in the treatment of anxiety disorders, regardless of the specific type of fear that is causing difficulties. This practical, hands-on clinical resource presents a proven group treatment protocol for patients with any anxiety diagnosis. Step-by-step guidelines are provided for setting up transdiagnostic groups, using comprehensive assessment to plan and monitor treatment, and implementing carefully sequenced cognitive and behavioral techniques.