Cognitive behavioral interviewing for adult disorders : a practical handbook
Wilson, Peter H., Spence, Susan H., & Kavanagh, David J. (1989) Cognitive behavioral interviewing for adult disorders : a practical handbook. The John Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD.
This is a guidebook for clinicians on how to conduct assessment interviews with patients presenting with common psychological disorders. The orientation is behavioural and cognitive; so the book has wide applicability, as most clinicians explicitly or implicitly accept this combination of models as a useful basis for assessing and treating these problems. The problem areas covered are: fear and anxiety problems; depression, obesity; interpersonal problems; sexual dysfunction; insomnia; headache; and substance abuse.
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