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Schema therapy : distinctive features

Author: Eshkol Rafaeli; David P Bernstein; Jeffrey E Young
Publisher: Hove, East Sussex ; New York : Routledge, 2011.
Series: CBT distinctive features series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Schema therapy combines proven cognitive behaviour therapy techniques with elements of interpersonal, experiential and psychodynamic therapies in order to help people with long term mental health problems including personality disorders and chronic depression. Schema therapy suggests that many negative cognitive conditions are based on past experiences, and therefore provides models for challenging and modifying  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eshkol Rafaeli; David P Bernstein; Jeffrey E Young
ISBN: 9780415462983 0415462983 9780415462990 0415462991
OCLC Number: 424554654
Description: vi, 176 pages : illustrations ; 19 cm.
Contents: pt. 1. Theoretical Points --
1. Universal core emotional needs --
2. Early maladaptive schema development as a consequence of unmet needs --
3. A taxonomy of early maladaptive schemas --
4. Coping styles and responses --
5. Coping styles: Surrender responses --
6. Coping styles: Avoidant responses --
7. Coping styles: Overcompensation responses --
8. Schema modes as states (the state vs. trait distinction) --
9. The wounded core: Vulnerable Child mode --
10. Angry and Impulsive Child modes --
11. Maladaptive coping modes --
12. Internalized parent modes --
13. Healthy modes: Healthy Adult, Contented Child --
14. Limited reparenting --
15. Empathic confrontation --
pt. 2. Practical Points --
16. The assessment process: Focused life history interview, schema inventories, and self-monitoring --
17. The assessment process: Guided imagery --
18. The assessment process: In-session behaviors and the therapy relationship --
19. Educating the patient about the schema and mode models, and using the schema case conceptualization form --
20. Toolbox 1: Relational techniques --
21. Toolbox 2: Cognitive techniques --
22. Toolbox 3: Emotion-focused techniques --
23. Toolbox 4: Behavioral pattern-breaking --
24. Mode dialogues and imagery --
25. Specific points for working with borderline personality disorder --
26. Specific points for working with narcissistic personality disorder and antisocial personality disorder --
27. Specific points for working with couples --
28. Interplay between Schema Therapy for Axis II and CBT for Axis I --
29. The therapeutic relationship: Limited reparenting --
30. Therapists' own schemas.
Series Title: CBT distinctive features series.
Responsibility: Eshkol Rafaeli, David P. Bernstein and Jeffrey Young.

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Schema Therapy combines cognitive behavioral therapy techniques with elements of interpersonal, experiential, and psychodynamic therapies in order to help people with long-term mental health problems  Read more...

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