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COGNITIVE-BEHAVIOR THERAPY OUTPATIENT TREATMENT GUIDE From Case Formulation To Treatment Design TABLE OF CONTENTS About the Authors Preface 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 APPENDICES A. Quick Guides to Treatment Design 316 B. Descriptions of CBT Treatment Strategies 330 Index
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Cognitive therapy, Psychiatry Case formulation, Psychiatry Differential therapeutics, Problem-solving therapy