Encyclopedia of Cognitive Behavior TherapyEncyclopedia of Cognitive Behavior Therapy



The Encyclopedia of Cognitive Behavior Therapy capably fills practitioners’ and educators’ needs for an idea book, teaching text, or quick access to practical, workable interventions.

Author: Stephanie Felgoise

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780306485817

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One of the hallmarks of cognitive behavior therapy is its diversity today. Since its inception, over twenty five years ago, this once revolutionary approach to psychotherapy has grown to encompass treatments across the full range of psychological disorders. The Encyclopedia of Cognitive Behavior Therapy brings together all of the key aspects of this field distilling decades of clinical wisdom into one authoritative volume. With a preface by Aaron T. Beck, founder of the cognitive approach, the Encyclopedia features entries by noted experts including Arthur Freeman, Windy Dryden, Marsha Linehan, Edna Foa, and Thomas Ollendick to name but a few, and reviews the latest empirical data on first-line therapies and combination approaches, to give readers both insights into clients’ problems and the most effective treatments available. • Common disorders and conditions: anxiety, depression, OCD, phobias, sleep disturbance, eating disorders, grief, anger • Essential components of treatment: the therapeutic relationship, case formulation, homework, relapse prevention • Treatment methods: dialectical behavior therapy, REBT, paradoxical interventions, social skills training, stress inoculation, play therapy, CBT/medicine combinations • Applications of CBT with specific populations: children, adolescents, couples, dually diagnosed clients, the elderly, veterans, refugees • Emerging problems: Internet addiction, chronic pain, narcolepsy pathological gambling, jet lag All entries feature reference lists and are cross-indexed. The Encyclopedia of Cognitive Behavior Therapy capably fills practitioners’ and educators’ needs for an idea book, teaching text, or quick access to practical, workable interventions.

Encyclopedia of Cognitive Behavior TherapyEncyclopedia of Cognitive Behavior Therapy



The Encyclopedia of Cognitive Behavior Therapy capably fills practitioners’ and educators’ needs for an idea book, teaching text, or quick access to practical, workable interventions.

Author: Stephanie Felgoise

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 038750043X

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Page: 452

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One of the hallmarks of cognitive behavior therapy is its diversity today. Since its inception, over twenty five years ago, this once revolutionary approach to psychotherapy has grown to encompass treatments across the full range of psychological disorders. The Encyclopedia of Cognitive Behavior Therapy brings together all of the key aspects of this field distilling decades of clinical wisdom into one authoritative volume. With a preface by Aaron T. Beck, founder of the cognitive approach, the Encyclopedia features entries by noted experts including Arthur Freeman, Windy Dryden, Marsha Linehan, Edna Foa, and Thomas Ollendick to name but a few, and reviews the latest empirical data on first-line therapies and combination approaches, to give readers both insights into clients’ problems and the most effective treatments available. • Common disorders and conditions: anxiety, depression, OCD, phobias, sleep disturbance, eating disorders, grief, anger • Essential components of treatment: the therapeutic relationship, case formulation, homework, relapse prevention • Treatment methods: dialectical behavior therapy, REBT, paradoxical interventions, social skills training, stress inoculation, play therapy, CBT/medicine combinations • Applications of CBT with specific populations: children, adolescents, couples, dually diagnosed clients, the elderly, veterans, refugees • Emerging problems: Internet addiction, chronic pain, narcolepsy pathological gambling, jet lag All entries feature reference lists and are cross-indexed. The Encyclopedia of Cognitive Behavior Therapy capably fills practitioners’ and educators’ needs for an idea book, teaching text, or quick access to practical, workable interventions.

Encyclopedia of Behavior Modification and Cognitive Behavior TherapyEncyclopedia of Behavior Modification and Cognitive Behavior Therapy



Provides a thorough examination of the components of behavior modification, behavior therapy, cognitive behavior therapy, and applied behavior analysis for both child and adult populations in a variety of settings.

Author: Michel Hersen

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9780761927471

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Page: 1637

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The three-volume Encyclopedia of Behavior Modification and Cognitive Behavior Therapy provides a thorough examination of the components of behavior modification, behavior therapy, cognitive behavior therapy, and applied behavior analysis for both child and adult populations in a variety of settings. Although the focus is on technical applications, entries also provide the historical context in which behavior therapists have worked, including research issues and strategies. Entries on assessment, ethical concerns, theoretical differences, and the unique contributions of key figures in the movement (including B. F. Skinner, Joseph Wolpe, Aaron T. Beck, and many others) are also included. No other reference source provides such comprehensive treatment of behavior modification—history, biography, theory, and application.

The Sage Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical PsychologyThe Sage Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology



Key features include: 1,400 signed articles contained in 7 volumes and available in choice of print and/or electronic formats although organized A-to-Z, front matter includes a Reader’s Guide grouping related entries thematically back ...

Author: Amy E. Wenzel

Publisher: Sage Publications, Incorporated

ISBN: 1483365832

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Abnormal and clinical psychology courses are offered in psychology programs at universities worldwide, but the most recent major encyclopedia on the topic was published many years ago. Although general psychology handbooks and encyclopedias include essays on abnormal and clinical psychology, such works do not provide students with an accessible reference for understanding the full scope of the field. The SAGE Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology, a 7-volume, A-Z work (print and electronic formats), will be such an authoritative work. Its more than 1,400 entries will provide information on fundamental approaches and theories, various mental health disorders, assessment tools and psychotherapeutic interventions, and the social, legal, and cultural frameworks that have contributed to debates in abnormal and clinical psychology. Key features include: 1,400 signed articles contained in 7 volumes and available in choice of print and/or electronic formats although organized A-to-Z, front matter includes a Reader's Guide grouping related entries thematically back matter includes a Chronology, Resource Guide, Bibliography, and detailed Index entries conclude with References/Further Readings and Cross References to related entries the Index, Reader's Guide themes, and Cross References between and among entries all combine to provide robust search-and-browse features in the electronic version.

Encyclopedia of Behavior Modification and Cognitive Behavior TherapyEncyclopedia of Behavior Modification and Cognitive Behavior Therapy



This three-volume encyclopedia provides a thorough examination of the components comprising behavior modification, behavior therapy, cognitive behavior therapy, and applied behavior analysis for both child and adult populations in a variety ...

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ISBN: 1412950538

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Page: 1637

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This three-volume encyclopedia provides a thorough examination of the components comprising behavior modification, behavior therapy, cognitive behavior therapy, and applied behavior analysis for both child and adult populations in a variety of settings (e.g., outpatient, institutional, classroom). Although the focus is on technical applications, entries also provide historical context to apprise readers of the parameters in which behavior therapists have worked, including research issues and strategies.

The SAGE Encyclopedia of Theory in Counseling and PsychotherapyThe SAGE Encyclopedia of Theory in Counseling and Psychotherapy



This is a quick, one-stop source that gives the reader the "who, what, where, how, and why" of contemporary counseling and psychotherapy theory.

Author: Edward S. Neukrug

Publisher: SAGE Publications

ISBN: 9781506314310

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Page: 1280

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The SAGE Encyclopedia of Theory in Counseling and Psychotherapy is a two-volume source that traces theory and examines the beginnings of counseling and psychotherapy all the way to current trends and movements. This reference work draws together a team of international scholars that examine the global landscape of all the key counseling and psychotherapy theories and the theorists behind them while presenting them in context needed to understand their strengths and weaknesses. This is a quick, one-stop source that gives the reader the “who, what, where, how, and why” of contemporary counseling and psychotherapy theory. From historical context in which the theories were developed to the theoretical underpinnings which drive the theories, this reference encyclopedia has detailed and relevant information for all individuals interested in this subject matter. Features & Benefits: Approximately 335 signed entries fill two volumes available in a choice of print or electronic formats. Back matter includes a Chronology of theory within the field of counseling to help students put individual theories within a broader context. A Master Bibliography and a Resource Guide to key books, journals, and organizations guide students to further resources beyond the encyclopedia. The Reader’s Guide, a detailed Index and the Cross References combine for effective search-and-browse in the e-version and helps students take the next steps in their research journeys. This reference encyclopedia serves as an excellent source for any individual interested in the roots of contemporary counseling and psychotherapy theory. It is ideal for the public and professionals, as well as for students in counselor education programs especially those individuals who are pursuing a Masters level degree.

Cognitive Behavior Therapy with Older AdultsCognitive Behavior Therapy with Older Adults



In A. Freeman (Ed. in Chief), S. H. Felgoise, A. M. Nezu, C. M. Nezu, & M. A. Reineke (Eds.), Encyclopedia of cognitive behavior therapy (pp. 155–158).

Author: Kristen H. Sorocco, PhD

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 082610620X

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Page: 496

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A one-stop resource for core discipline practitioners who provide mental health services to the geriatric population, Cognitive Behavior Therapy with Older Adults presents strategies for integrating cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) skills and therapies into various healthcare settings for aging patients. Cognitive Behavior Therapy with Older Adults is divided into key two parts: CBT for common mental health problems for older adults and innovations across settings in which older adults are present. Evidence-based and provider-friendly, it emphasizes adapting CBT specifically for the aging population and its specific needs. Key features: A general introduction on aging that dispels myths and highlights the need to address mental health problems among this age group Chapters that overview epidemiology data, diagnostic criteria, assessment, and CBT approaches to treatment Case examples, including those that depict a composite of a successfully aging older adult A comprehensive resource section including handouts, note templates, and other useful tips and worksheets for practice A listing of supplemental texts, patient resources, and summary charts

Cognitive Behavior TherapiesCognitive Behavior Therapies



Dialectical behavior therapy for eating disorders. Encyclopedia of Cognitive Behavior Therapy, 4, 168–171. Linehan, M. M., & Dexter-Mazza, E. (2008).

Author: Ann Vernon

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781119375470

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Page: 327

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This comprehensive book showcases different approaches to cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) and focuses on the implementation of these various theories in real-world practice. Following an overview of cognitive therapy, practitioners and scholars discuss behavior therapy, cognitive therapy, rational emotive behavior therapy, multimodal therapy, acceptance and commitment therapy, dialectical behavior therapy, and mindfulness. Each theory highlighted includes a profile of the theorist(s), an overview of the theory, a discussion of the therapeutic process, an array of targeted interventions, a verbatim case transcript, an analysis of the limitations of the theory, and reflective sidebars to facilitate learning. The final chapter presents a single case study discussed from the perspective of each particular theory. *Requests for digital versions from the ACA can be found on wiley.com. *To request print copies, please visit the ACA website here. *Reproduction requests for material from books published by ACA should be directed to [email protected]

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for CliniciansCognitive Behavioral Therapy for Clinicians



Cognitivebehavioral therapy with families . ... In A. Freeman ( Ed . ) , International Encyclopedia of Cognitive Behavior Therapy . New York : Kluwer .

Author: Donna M. Sudak

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

ISBN: 0781760445

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Page: 177

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The Psychotherapy in Clinical Practice series incorporates essential therapeutic principles into clinically relevant patient management. This second volume, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Clinicians, familiarizes clinicians with the theory and clinical use of cognitive behavioral therapy. The book explains the historical development and theoretical foundations of cognitive behavioral therapy, the importance of individual case conceptualization, the patient-therapist relationship, the therapeutic process, and specific treatment techniques and presents models for the treatment of common psychiatric disorders, including depression, bipolar disorder, panic disorder, social phobia, and personality disorders. Several cases are presented at the beginning of the book and discussed as examples throughout the text.

Core Competencies in Cognitive Behavioral TherapyCore Competencies in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy



Becoming a Highly Effective and Competent Cognitive-Behavioral Therapist Cory F. Newman ... Encyclopedia of Cognitive Behavior Therapy.

Author: Cory F. Newman

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136261978

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Page: 296

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This volume is a concise, convenient, and clearly written book for those who wish to study, master, and teach the core competencies of cognitive-behavioral therapy. Relevant for novice therapists as well as experienced clinicians and supervisors, this text also goes “between the lines” of evidence-based practices to highlight those methods which maximize the motivational and inspirational power of this therapy. Dr. Newman focuses on ways in which therapists can make treatment memorable for clients, thus enhancing maintenance and self-efficacy. He also highlights the value system that is inherent in best practices of cognitive-behavioral therapies, such as clinicians’ commitment to earn the trust and collaboration of clients, to be humble students of the field for their entire careers, and to seek to combine the best of empirical thinking with warmth and creativity. Notably, this handbook also emphasizes the importance of therapists applying cognitive-behavioral principles to themselves in the form of self-reflective skills, good problem-solving, being role models of self-care, and being able to use techniques thoughtfully in the service of repairing strains in the therapeutic relationship. Newman’s book provides many enlightening clinical examples, including those practices that otherwise eager therapists should not do (such as “micro-managing” the client’s thoughts), as well as a plethora of transcript material that describes best supervisory practices. It does all this with a tone that is engaging, respectful of the reader, caring towards the clients, and optimistic about the positive impact cognitive-behavioral therapies—when learned and used well—can have on the lives of so many, clients and clinicians alike.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Adult ADHDCognitive Behavioral Therapy for Adult ADHD



Cognitive behavioral therapy, invisible fences, and adult ADHD. ... In A. Freeman (Ed.), Encyclopedia of cognitive behavior therapy (pp. 52–54).

Author: J. Russell Ramsay

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135072186

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Page: 234

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Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Adult ADHD: An Integrative Psychosocial and Medical Approach has been revised, updated, and expanded for this second edition and remains the definitive book for clinicians seeking to treat adults with ADHD. Clinicians will continue to benefit from the presentation of an evidence-supported treatment approach for adults with ADHD that combines cognitive behavioral therapy and pharmacotherapy adapted for this challenging clinical population. The updated edition of the book offers new and expanded case examples, and the authors emphasize more detailed, clinician-friendly "how to" instructions for the delivery of specific interventions for adult patients with ADHD. Understanding that most adults with ADHD say, "I know exactly what I need to do, but I just cannot make myself do it," the book pays special attention to the use of implementation strategies to help patients carry out the necessary coping skills to achieve improvements in functioning and well-being in their daily lives. In addition to providing an outline of their treatment approach, Drs. Ramsay and Rostain provide an up-to-date review of the current scientific understanding of the etiology, developmental course, and life outcomes of adults with ADHD as well as the components of an thorough diagnostic evaluation. As an added clinical resource, Drs. Ramsay and Rostain have also produced a companion patient handbook written for adults with ADHD, The Adult ADHD Tool Kit: Using CBT to Facilitate Coping Inside and Out, which clinicians can use with their patients.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Adult ADHDCognitive Behavioral Therapy for Adult ADHD



In A. Freeman (Ed.), Encyclopedia of cognitive behavior therapy (pp. 52-54). New York: Springer. Ramsay, J. R., & Rostain, A. L. (2005c).

Author: Russell J. Ramsay

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781136920646

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Page: 252

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In the second edition of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Adult ADHD, the authors update and expand on their examination of the uses of CBT in treating adult ADHD, providing more analysis of extant research, case studies, and clinical anecdotes.

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for PTSD Second EditionCognitive Behavioral Therapy for PTSD Second Edition



Dialectical behavior therapy for eating disorders. In A. Freeman (Ed.-in-Chief), Encyclopedia of cognitive behavior therapy (pp. 168–171).

Author: Claudia Zayfert

Publisher: Guilford Publications

ISBN: 9781462541201

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Page: 320

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"Acclaimed for providing a flexible framework for individualized treatment of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), this empathic guide has now been revised and expanded with 50% new material. The authors show how the case formulation approach enables the practitioner to adapt CBT for clients with different trauma histories, co-occurring problems, and complicating life circumstances. Vivid clinical material illustrates the implementation of exposure therapy, cognitive restructuring, and supplemental interventions, with ample attention to overcoming common obstacles. Purchasers get access to a Web page where they can download and print the book's 22 reproducible handouts in a convenient 8 1/2" x 11" size. Key Words/Subject Areas: CBT, psychotherapy, posttraumatic stress disorder, psychological trauma, cognitive therapy, cognitive-behavioural therapy, case conceptualization, adults, assessments, combat, dsm5, dsmv, evidence-based treatments, exposure, interventions, intimate partner violence, military personnel, rape, service members, sexual assault survivors, childhood sexual abuse, treatment manuals, treatments, veterans, traumatized Audience: Clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, clinical social workers, counselors, and psychiatric nurses"--

The Science of Cognitive Behavioral TherapyThe Science of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy



In A. Freeman, S. H. Felgoise, C. M. Nezu, A. M. Nezu, & M. Reinecke (Eds.), Encyclopedia of cognitive behavior therapy (pp. 195À198).

Author: Stefan G. Hofmann

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 9780128034583

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The Science of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy describes the scientific approach of CBT, reviews the efficacy and validity of the CBT model, and exemplifies important differences and commonalities of CBT approaches. The overarching principle of CBT interventions is that cognitions causally influence emotional experiences and behaviors. The book reviews recent mediation studies, experimental studies, and neuroimaging studies in affective neuroscience that support the basic model of CBT, as well as those that clarify the mechanisms of treatment change. Additionally, the book explains the interplay of cognition and emotion in CBT, specifies the treatment goals of CBT, discusses the relationship of cognitive models with medical models and associated diagnostic systems, and provides concrete illustrations of important general and disorder-specific considerations of CBT. Investigates the scientific foundation of CBT Explores the interplay of emotion and cognition in CBT Reviews neuroscience studies on the mechanisms of change in CBT Identifies similarities and differences in CBT approaches for different disorders Discusses CBT extensions and modifications Describes computer assisted applications of CBT

Communication in Cognitive Behavioral TherapyCommunication in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy



Patient Education and Counseling, 35(3), 233–240. Ellis, A. (1962). ... Encyclopedia of cognitive behavior therapy. New York: Springer.

Author: Michela Rimondini

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 1441968075

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Page: 273

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Research has shown that the therapeutic alliance is a key factor in the success of treatment, and a critical component of establishing this alliance is the communication between therapist and client. The efficacy of treatment depends on the therapist’s ability to collect reliable client information and create the foundation for a good relationship that involves the client in the healing process. Communication in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy provides an overview of the research and theory underlying the importance of therapeutic communication with a specific focus on cognitive behavioral psychotherapy. It brings together an international group of experts from the relevant disciplines of communication, psychotherapy, research and teaching to create an integrated perspective of this crucial area. The book offers a review of the main evidence-based theories, and is highlighted with specific examples and flow charts.Insight for trainers is given by providing learner-centered teaching methods that enhance the acquisition of these communication skills. For researchers, it offers both qualitative and quantitative analyses of the subject as well as a comprehensive review of the main analysis methods adopted in the field.

Psychotherapy for the Advanced Practice Psychiatric NursePsychotherapy for the Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nurse



In A. Freeman, S. H. Felgoise, A. M. Nezu, C. M. Nezu & M. A. Reinecke (Eds.), Encyclopedia of cognitive behavior therapy (pp. 380-384).

Author: Kathleen Wheeler

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 9780323086004

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Page: 448

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Psychotherapy for the Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nurse provides the nurse psychotherapist with a useful “how-to primer that contains practical techniques and interventions without a lot of theoretical jargon. Topics include the basics of psychotherapy, from how to respond to a patient’s initial call to termination of care. Selected approaches, interpersonal, cognitive-behavioral, and psychodynamic psychotherapy are highlighted with discussion of evidence-base research. Specific techniques for working with commonly seen patient populations that require special consideration: those who have experienced trauma, children, and older adults are included. In addition, how to integrate psychopharmacology and psychotherapy is discussed in detail. A straightforward approach to psychotherapy using a holistic nursing framework. Latest findings on the neurophysiology of psychotherapy including research on attachment, therapeutic relationships, and trauma. Evidence-based research for all approaches and populations discussed. Provides treatment hierarchy for decision making in selecting strategies for treatment from the initial contact and assessment to termination. Step-by-step guide to building the nurse-patient relationship in order to achieve quality outcomes. Includes detailed instructions on therapeutic communication techniques. Detailed instructions teach you how to use the latest therapeutic communication techniques. Includes all patient populations from children to the older adult with special emphasis on working with traumatized patients. Comprehensive appendices provide quick access to helpful forms and diagnostic tools specific to psychotherapy nursing practice.

Handbook of Cognitive Behavioral Approaches in Primary CareHandbook of Cognitive Behavioral Approaches in Primary Care



In A. Freeman, S. H. Felgoise, A. M. Nezu, C. M. Nezu, & M. A. Reinecke (Eds.), International encyclopedia of cognitive and behavioral therapies (pp.

Author: Robert A. DiTomasso, PhD, ABPP

Publisher: Springer Publishing Company

ISBN: 0826103847

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Page: 784

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" The American Psychological Association, National Institute of Health, and the National Institute of Mental Health have strongly advocated for the integration of psychology and primary care, as the new, cutting-edge approach to health care delivery. To address this need for integration, this seminal text provides thorough descriptions of common psychological and medical problems that arise in primary care, and identifies cognitive-behavioral techniques to overcome these barriers. Issues discussed include ethical dilemmas and nonadherence, as well as the treatment of behavioral and medical problems such as smoking, overeating, suicide risk, hypertension, asthma, diabetes, chronic pain, and more. The book also elucidates the roles and functions of the cognitive-behavioral clinician in the primary care setting, offering guidance on issues such as how to mentally prepare patients for stressful medical procedures, provide patient-centered care, enhance cultural competence, and more Key Features: Discusses how to improve collaboration between mental health providers and primary care physicians Includes guidelines for using cognitive-behavioral models with patients suffering from substance abuse, medical phobias, insomnia, and eating disorders Provides important information on training primary care residents Assists in elucidating the consultation process in primary care "