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Problem-solving therapy : a treatment manual

Author: Arthur M Nezu; Christine Maguth Nezu; Thomas D'Zurilla
Publisher: New York : SpringerPublishing Company, 2013.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Section III. Problem-Solving Therapy: Specific Treatment Guidelines; Six: Overview of the Problem-Solving Therapy Process, Introductory Sessions, and the Case of ""Megan""; The Problem-Solving Therapy Process; Introductory Sessions; The Case of ""Megan""; Summary; Seven: Toolkit #1-Problem-Solving Multitasking: Overcoming Cognitive Overload; Rationale for Toolkit #1; Revisiting ""Megan"": Problem-Solving
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Nezu, Arthur M.
Problem-Solving Therapy : A Treatment Manual.
New York : Springer Publishing Company, ©2012
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur M Nezu; Christine Maguth Nezu; Thomas D'Zurilla
ISBN: 9780826109415 0826109411 9781306083898 1306083893
OCLC Number: 823718997
Notes: Problem-Solving Multitasking.
Description: 1 online resource (333 pages)
Contents: Cover; Title; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface; Section I. Conceptual and Empirical Considerations; One: Introduction, Brief History, and Social Problem-Solving Constructs; Structure of Manual; A Brief History of Problem-Solving Therapy; Definitions of Constructs; Revised Model of Social Problem Solving; Problem-Solving Therapy: Treatment Objectives; Problem-Solving Therapy: Treatment Components; Summary; Two: A Problem-Solving Approach to Understanding Psychopathology: A Diathesis-Stress Model; A Problem-Solving, Systems Model of Stress and Adaptation; Summary. Three: Problem-Solving Therapy: Empirical Support and Flexibility of ApplicationsEmpirical Support for Problem-Solving Therapy; Flexibility of Problem-Solving Therapy; Summary; Section II. Assessment, Treatment Planning, and General Clinical Considerations; Four: Assessment and Treatment Planning Issues; Problem-Solving Assessment; Problem-Solving Therapy: Treatment Planning Considerations; Summary; Five: General Clinical Considerations; The Problem-Solving Therapist and the Therapist-Patient Relationship; Adjunctive Therapy/Training Strategies; Problem-Solving Therapy ""Do's and Don'ts"" Problem-Solving Therapy and Emotional RegulationThe SSTA Method of Emotional Regulation and Problem Solving Under Stress; Revisiting ""Megan"": Discussing SSTA; Summary; Nine: Toolkit #3-Healthy Thinking and Positive Imagery: Overcoming Negative Thinking and Low Motivation; Overcoming Negative Thinking; Positive Imagery: Overcoming Feelings of Hopelessness and Visualizing Success; Summary; Ten: Toolkit #4-Planful Problem Solving: Fostering Effective Problem Solving; Rationale for Toolkit #4; Brief Planful Problem-Solving Training; Intensive Planful Problem-Solving Training; Summary. Eleven: Guided Practice, Future Forecasting, and TerminationGuided Practice; Integrating Various Problem-Solving Tools: The Case of ""John""; Future Forecasting; Termination; Revisiting Megan; Summary; Conclusion; References; Appendices; I. Instructions for Scoring the Problem-Solving Test; Scales of Effective Problem Solving; Explanation of Scores; Scales of Ineffective Problem Solving; Explanation of Scores; II. Patient Handouts: Figures, Forms, and Worksheets; III. Patient Handouts: Brief Instructional Booklets; Stress, Heart Failure, and Depression; What is Effective Problem Solving?
Responsibility: Arthur M. Nezu, PhD, ABPP Christine Maguth Nezu, PhD, ABPP Thomas J. D'Zurilla, PhD.

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Section III. Problem-Solving Therapy: Specific Treatment Guidelines; Six: Overview of the Problem-Solving Therapy Process, Introductory Sessions, and the Case of ""Megan""; The Problem-Solving Therapy Process; Introductory Sessions; The Case of ""Megan""; Summary; Seven: Toolkit #1-Problem-Solving Multitasking: Overcoming Cognitive Overload; Rationale for Toolkit #1; Revisiting ""Megan"": Problem-Solving Multitasking; Summary; Eight: Toolkit #2-The SSTA Method: Overcoming Emotional Dysregulation and Maladaptive Problem Solving Under Stress; Rationale for Toolkit #2.

Problem-solving therapy (PST) has been increasingly used to treat a great variety of health and mental health problems due to its flexibility and proven effectiveness. This text, written by the co-developers of PST, is a comprehensive and detailed manual of how to apply PST for a variety of populations and situations. The book reflects the most current research and applications of PST and provides specific treatment guidelines, sample client-therapist dialogues, clinical exercises and activities, homework assignments, client handouts, clinical case examples, and worksheets. These are based on.

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