This is the first text to give a systematic, in-depth coverage of adult clinical problems and their treatment in a cognitive-behavioural perspective. The book has been specifically prepared for clinical psychologists in training or recently qualified, and for students of psychology. It shows clearly how cognitive-behavioural approaches can be applied to a wide range of clinical problems, such as anxiety, depression, eating disorders, mental handicap and schizophrenia.
Table of Contents
Preface. 1. Clinical problems: An introduction to the Cognitive-Behavioural Approach Robert Newell and Windy Dryden 2. Depression Vivien Twaddle and Jan Scott 3. Anxiety Gerry Kent 4. Anger and Violence Ron Tulloch 5. Eating Disorders Celia McCrea 6. Alcohol and Drug Problems Richard Velleman 7. Schizophrenia Max Birchwood and Martin Preston 8. Problems of Elderly People Nicola Bradbury 9. Mental Handicap Alistair Ager 10. Interpersonal Problems Peter Trower 11. Marital and Family Problems Norman Epstein and Stephen E Schlesinger 12. Sexual Problems Martin Cole and Windy Dryden