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Metacognitive therapy for anxiety and depression

Author: WELLS ADRIAN.
Publisher: New york : Guilford, 2011
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Explains the "whats" and "how-tos" of metacognitive therapy, an innovative form of cognitive-behavioral therapy with a growing empirical evidence base. MCT developer Wells shows that much psychological distress results from how a person responds to negative thoughts and beliefs, eg. by ruminating or worrying rather than the content of the thoughts." --Publisher description
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: WELLS ADRIAN.
ISBN: 1609184963 9781609184964
OCLC Number: 1002029539
Contents: Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 Theory and Nature of Metacognitive Therapy --
The Nature of Metacognition --
Two Ways of Experiencing: Modes --
The Metacognitive Model of Psychological Disorder --
The CAS --
Consequences of the CAS --
Positive and Negative Metacognitive Beliefs --
Summary of the Metacognitive Model --
A Reformulated A-B-C Model --
A Note on Process-versus Content-Focused Therapies --
Conclusion --
ch. 2 Assessment --
Operationalizing the A-M-C Model --
Behavioral Assessment Tests in Anxiety --
Questionnaire Measures --
Rating Scales --
A Seven-Step Assessment Plan --
Conclusion --
ch. 3 Foundation Metacognitive Therapy Skills --
Identifying and Shifting Levels --
Detecting the CAS --
Using a Metacognitive-Focused Socratic Dialogue --
Metacognitively Focused Verbal Reattribution --
Metacognitively Delivered Exposure --
Conclusion --
ch. 4 Attention Training Techniques --
Overview of the ATT --
Rationale for the ATT --
Credibility Check Note continued: Self Attention Rating --
Basic Instructions for the ATT --
Patient Feedback --
Homework --
Troubleshooting --
Outline of the First ATT Session --
Case Example --
Situational Attentional Refocusing --
Conclusion --
ch. 5 Detached Mindfulness Techniques --
Aims of DM --
Elements of DM --
An Information-Processing Model of DM --
DM and Other Forms of Mindfulness --
Ten Techniques --
Reinforcing DM Using Socratic Dialogue --
Homework --
Application of DM in MCT --
Conclusion --
ch. 6 Generalized Anxiety Disorder --
The Ubiquity of Worry --
Is Worry Controllable? --
The Metacognitive Model of GAD --
The Model in Action --
Structure of Treatment --
Case Conceptualization --
Socialization --
Bridging from Socialization to Metacognitive Modification --
Questioning Uncontrollability Beliefs --
Detached Mindfulness and Worry Postponement --
Challenging Uncontrollability Beliefs --
Challenging Danger Metacognitions --
Behavioral Experiments Note continued: Challenging Positive Metacognitive Beliefs --
New Plans for Processing --
Relapse Prevention --
GAD Treatment Plan --
ch. 7 Posttraumatic Stress Disorder --
CAS in PTSD --
Metacognitive Beliefs --
The Metacognitive Model of PTSD --
The Model in Action --
Structure of Treatment --
Case Conceptualization --
Socialization --
Presenting the Treatment Rationale --
Detached Mindfulness and Rumination/Worry Postponement --
Application of DM and Rumination/Worry Postponement --
Generalization Training --
Eliminating Other Maladaptive Coping Strategies --
Attention Modification --
Residual Avoidance --
New Plans for Processing --
Relapse Prevention --
PTSD Treatment Plan --
ch. 8 Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder --
Overview of MCT: Object Level versus Meta Level --
Two Types of Metacognitive Change --
The CAS in OCD --
Metacognitive Beliefs --
Stop Signals --
The Metacognitive Model of OCD --
The Model in Action --
Structure of Treatment --
Case Conceptualization Note continued: Socialization --
Presenting the Treatment Rationale --
Engagement: Normalizing and Destigmatizing --
Detached Mindfulness --
Increasing Compliance with ERP and ERC --
Challenging Specific Metacognitive Beliefs about Thoughts --
Behavioral Experiments --
Contamination Fears: A Special Case? --
Modifying Beliefs about Rituals --
Behavioral Experiments and Beliefs about Rituals --
New Plans for Processing: Stop Signals and Criteria for Knowing --
Relapse Prevention --
OCD Treatment Plan --
ch. 9 Major Depressive Disorder --
Rumination and Depressive Thinking --
The CAS in Depression --
The Metacognitive Model of Depression --
The Model in Action --
Structure of Treatment --
Case Conceptualization --
Socialization --
Enhancing Motivation --
Helping Patients Understand the Role of Behaviors --
Attention Training --
Detached Mindfulness and Rumination Postponement --
Implementing DM Techniques --
Modifying Negative Metacognitive Beliefs Note continued: Modifying Positive Metacognitive Beliefs --
Modifying Threat Monitoring --
Maladaptive Coping with Mood Fluctuation --
New Plans for Processing --
Relapse Prevention --
Fear of Recurrence --
A Note on Suicidality and Self Injury --
Depression Treatment Plan --
ch. 10 The Evidence for Metacognitive Theory and Therapy --
The Existence and Consequences of the CAS --
Metacognitive Beliefs --
Interim Summary --
Causal Status of the CAS and Metacognitions --
Does Metacognition Contribute to Disorder above Ordinary Cognition? --
Model Testing: Data from Path Analyses and Structural Equation Modeling --
Summary of Evidence on Theory --
The Evidence on Treatment --
Conclusion --
ch. 11 Concluding Thoughts --
Specifications of a Transdiagnostic Treatment --
A Universal Formulation --
Neurobiology and MCT --
MCT in a Wider Context --
Closing Remarks --
Appendices --
Metacognitions Questionnaire 30 (MCQ-30) --
Meta-Worry Questionnaire (MWQ) Note continued: Thought Fusion Instrument (TFI) --
Attention Training Techniques Summary Sheet --
Self-Attention Rating Scale --
CAS-I --
Generalized Anxiety Disorder Scale --
Revised (GADS-R) --
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Scale (PTSD-S) --
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Scale (OCD-S) --
Major Depressive Disorder Scale (MDD-S) --
GAD Case Formulation Interview --
PTSD Case Formulation Interview --
OCD Case Formulation Interview --
Depression Case Formulation Interview --
GAD Treatment Plan --
PTSD Treatment Plan --
OCD Treatment Plan --
Depression Treatment Plan --
New Plan Summary Sheet

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Explains the "whats" and "how-tos" of metacognitive therapy, an innovative form of cognitive-behavioral therapy with a growing empirical evidence base. MCT developer Wells shows that much psychological distress results from how a person responds to negative thoughts and beliefs, eg. by ruminating or worrying rather than the content of the thoughts." --Publisher description

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