Table of contents for Cognitive-behavior case formulation to treatment design : a problem-solving approach / Arthur M. Nezu, Christine Maguth Nezu, Elizabeth R. Lombardo.

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From Case Formulation To Treatment Design
About the Authors
Table of Contents
Section I. 	From Case Formulation to Treatment Planning: Using a 
		Problem-Solving Model
Chapter 1. 	One Size Does Not Fit All: The Cognitive-Behavior Therapist as 
		Problem Solver								 2
Chapter 2.	Applying the Problem-Solving Model to Cognitive-Behavioral Case 
		Formulation									 13
Chapter 3.	Applying the Problem-Solving Model to Cognitive-Behavioral 
Treatment Design								 41
Chapter 4.	How to Use this Outpatient Treatment Guidebook				 60
Section II.	Specific Disorders and Problems
Chapter 5.	Depression									 76
Chapter 6.	Specific Phobia									 99
Chapter 7.	Panic Disorder and Agoraphobia						 118
Chapter 8.	Generalized Anxiety								 141
Chapter 9.	Social Anxiety									 164
Chapter 10.	Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder						 181
Chapter 11.	Posttraumatic Stress Disorder							 200
Chapter 12.	Borderline Personality Disorder						 225
Chapter 13.	Male Erectile Disorder								 253
Chapter 14.	Couple Distress								 269
Chapter 15.	Anger problems								 291
A.	Quick Guides to Treatment Design							 316
B.	Descriptions of CBT Treatment Strategies						 330

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Cognitive therapy, Psychiatry Case formulation, Psychiatry Differential therapeutics, Problem-solving therapy