Cognitive-Behavioral Group Therapy for Social Phobia: Basic by Richard G. Heimberg

By Richard G. Heimberg

This quantity provides the 1st released guide for cognitive-behavioral crew remedy for social phobia (CBGT), an empirically supported remedy strategy that has been utilized in scientific and study settings for over two decades. half I presents an updated evaluate of the sickness, addressing such matters as category, analysis, incidence, and comorbidity. A complete cognitive-behavioral version of social phobia is delineated, and evaluation approaches are defined intensive. half II takes the clinician step-by-step via enforcing all of the 12 periods of CBGT. The authors display tips on how to orient consumers to the strategy; enforce in-session exposures, cognitive restructuring recommendations, and homework assignments; and triumph over obstacles in remedy. jam-packed with worthy medical tips, case examples, and therapist-client dialogues, the ebook additionally contains convenient pattern handouts and types.

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The resulting publication, Community as Doctor (Rapoport, 1960), identified four complementary and interdependent therapeutic community principles. These guiding tenets apply equally to staff and to residents, are intended to realise the inherent therapeutic and rehabilitative potential residing within the community, and are still widely used to define the TC ‘proper’ (Clark, 1965) – the ideal, power-sharing, therapeutic community whose social environment is the main therapeutic instrument. The principle of ‘democratization’ exists to ensure that each member of the community can participate equally in therapeutic and administrative decision-making, with unfettered access to vertical and horizontal communication channels.

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