A guide for clinicians from all disciplines to help conceptualize and control stress in clients in a clinical setting. Presents a definition of stress that is operational in a therapeutic context, and suggests ways of translating this understanding into effective counseling.
Table of Contents
1. AN OVERVIEW 2. FORMULATION AND DEFINITION IN STRESS MANAGEMENT 3. STRESS AND ILLNESS, 4. ASSESSMENT OF STRESS: TOOLS AND METHODS 5. PLANNING INTERVENTIONS, 6. PHYSIOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO MANAGING STRESS PART I: THE RELAXATION THERAPIES 7. PHYSIOLOGICAL APPROACHES TO MANAGING STRESS PART II: LIFE-STYLE MANAGEMENT, 8. COGNITIVE APPROACHES TO MANAGING STRESS 9. BEHAVIORAL STRATEGIES FOR MANAGING STRESS
Dorothy H. G. Cotton