Distress Tolerance: Theory, Research, and Clinical by Michael J. Zvolensky Ph.D., Amit Bernstein PhD, Anka A.

By Michael J. Zvolensky Ph.D., Amit Bernstein PhD, Anka A. Vujanovic PhD

This cutting-edge quantity synthesizes the becoming physique of data at the function of misery tolerance—the skill to resist aversive inner states akin to adverse feelings and uncomfortable physically sensations—in psychopathology. famous members describe how the build has been conceptualized and measured and think about its hyperlinks to various particular mental issues. Exemplary therapy ways that concentrate on misery tolerance are reviewed. that includes compelling medical illustrations, the booklet highlights implications of the examine for higher knowing how mental difficulties enhance and the way to evaluate and deal with them effectively.

 

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