This collection presents empirically validated cognitive techniques for depression, bipolar I disorder, phobias, panic disorder, OCD, PTSD, anger management, eating disorders, and antisocial behavior in children and adolescents. Case examples are integral to each discussion. Emcompassing recent trends, current limitations, and new directions and developments, the book offers a fundamenetal knowledge base for students and practitioners alike.
Foreword, by Robert L. Leahy
Empirically Supported Treatments: An Introduction, William J. Lyddon and John V. Jones, Jr.
Part I: Mood Disorders
Depression, Ivy-Marie Blackburn and Steve MoorheadBipolar I Disorder, Monica Ramirez Basco
Part II: Anxiety Disorders
Phobias, Deborah R. Fahr and E. Thomas DowdPanic Disorder, William C. Sanderson and Simon A. RegoObsessive Compulsive Disorder, Sabine WilhelmPosttraumatic Stress Disorder, Sherry A. Falsetti and Heidi S. Resnick
Part III: New Directions and Developments
Anger Management, Eric R. Dahlen and Jerry L. DeffenbacherAntisocial Behaviors in Children and Adolescents: Expanding the Cognitive Model, Laura D. Hanish and Patrick H. TolanEating Disorders: Enhancing Effectiveness Through the Integration of Cultural Factors, Nona L. Wilson and Anne E. BlackhurstEmpirically Supported Treatments: Recent Trends, Current Limitations, and Future Promise, William J. Lyddon and David K. Chathoff
William J. Lyddon, PhD, is professor of psychology and director of training of the American Psychological Association's accredited counseling psychology doctoral program in the Department of Psychology at the University of Southern Mississippi. He has served on the editorial board of several scholarly journals and is currently consulting editor of the Counseling Psychology Quarterly, assessing editor of the Journal of Mind and Behavior, and associate editor of the Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy, published by Springer Publishing Company. Dr. Lyddon has published over 85 journal articles and book chapters and is the coeditor (with Dr. John V. Jones, Jr.) of Empirically Supported Cognitive Therapies: Current and Future Applications (2001), which is also available in Italian (2002) and Spanish (2003) editions. John V. Jones, Jr. PhD, LPC, NCC, ACT, is Associate Professor of Counseling at St. Edward's University in Austin, Texas.