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By Arthur Freeman (auth.), Arthur Freeman (eds.)

It is with nice delight and delight that I welcome the ebook of Cognitive remedy with and teams. For numerous years, Arthur Freeman, Director of medical providers on the middle for Cognitive treatment, has been a pace-setter in trying to expand a cognitive method of new difficulties and new populations and to extend the techniques for treating the depressed outpatients for whom this process used to be first built. Dr. Freeman delivered to the heart the entire variety and intensity of a various scientific historical past which had and keeps to expand and increase his paintings either as a therapist and as a instructor. i feel he has utilized those dimensions of his experi­ ence absolutely in constructing and enhancing this quantity. The chapters during this publication in actual fact mirror these medical difficulties that experience attracted the keenest curiosity at the a part of training cognitive therapist, that are encountered so usually during treating melancholy. The usage of cognitive remedy with undefined, households, teams, and in education is a transparent instance of this method, an fascinating subject in its personal correct. Conversely, dealing with precise scientific phe­ nomena corresponding to loneliness is a well-known challenge to therapists of de­ pressed sufferers. Laura Primakoff demonstrates her creativity and expe­ rience in her remedy of this topic. equally, the chapters on al­ coholism and agoraphobia are well timed gildings of the unique cogni­ tive version for the person remedy of depression.

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THERAPIST: How about you, Irene, does that idea of the association between thinking and depression have any meaning for you? Do you understand that? IRENE: Yeah. As soon as you read parts of the book you recognize situations you've been in and your reactions to them. COGNITIVE THERAPY FOR DEPRESSION IN GROUPS 29 THERAPIST: Can you describe one of those situations for us? IRENE: Yeah, a really indicative thing happened to me the other day. My little girl (she's 10 years old) and I were sitting down on New Year's Day to write dates and appointments on the new calendar.

BONNIE: At first I would get anxious only after I thought I about it a while, but now I get anxious right away. THERAPIST 2: To relate that back to riding a bike, how many times would you say you actually got on the bike and tried to ride it and how many times did you just get so anxious you didn't even get on the bike? BONNIE: You mean how many times did I actually think about who I might get for speakers? I suppose twice. The other times I just got so anxious I couldn't think about it. CoGNITIVE THERAPY FOR DEPRESSION IN GROUPS 35 THERAPIST 2: Altogether, how many minutes do you think you have spent actually thinking about what would be interesting topics or who would be good speakers?

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