Integrative CBT for Anxiety Disorders: An Evidence-Based Approach to Enhancing Cognitive Behavioural Therapy with Mindfulness and Hypnotherapy

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John Wiley & Sons, Oct 20, 2015 - Psychology - 344 pages
Integrative CBT for Anxiety Disorders applies a systematic integrative approach, Cognitive Hypnotherapy (CH), to the psychological treatment of anxiety disorders; it demonstrates how simple techniques can be used to create a therapeutic context within which CBT is more effective.
  • An evidence-based approach to enhancing CBT with hypnosis and mindfulness when treating anxiety disorders shows how simple techniques can be used to create a therapeutic context within which CBT can become more effective
  • Offers detailed and comprehensive coverage for practitioners, with specific protocols for each anxiety disorders covered and a hort case study per treatment chapter in order to demonstrate the approach in action
  • Anxiety disorders is an area where the interaction between conscious and unconscious processes is especially important, and where the use of hypnotherapeutic and mindfulness techniques can therefore be especially effective
  • Builds on the author’s research and experience and develops his significant earlier work in this area – notably Cognitive Hypnotherapy: An Integrated Approach to the Treatment of Emotional Disorders (Wiley, 2008)
 

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Contents

Integrated Therapy for Anxiety Disorders
14
Social Anxiety Disorder Social Phobia
54
Specific Phobia
79
Panic Disorder
104
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
141
Agoraphobia
176
Separation Anxiety Disorder
208
Selective Mutism
241
Conclusions and Future Directions
276
References
285
Index
319
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ASSEN ALLADIN is a clinical psychologist and adjunct associate professor at the Department of Psychiatry, University of Calgary Medical School, Canada. He has practiced and taught both hypnosis and clinical psychology for three decades. Dr Alladin has published over 30 chapters and papers on clinical hypnosis, and is the author of Handbook of Cognitive-Hypnotherapy for Depression: An Evidence-Based Approach (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2007), Hypnotherapy Explained (Radcliffe Publishing, 2008) and Cognitive Hypnotherapy: An Integrated Approach to the Treatment of Emotional Disorders (Wiley-Blackwell, 2008).

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