Table of contents for Handbook of homework assignments in psychotherapy : research, practice, and prevention / [edited by] Nikolaos Kazantzis, Luciano L'Abate.


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PART I. PSYCHOTHERAPY APPROACHES                         17
1.  Behavior Therapy  .......................... ........  19
Deborah Roth Ledley and Jonathan D. Huppert
2. Client-Centered Therapy ................... ......... 35
Marjorie C. Witty
3. Cognitive Therapy ................ .................. 51
Judith S. Beck and Michael A. Tompkins
4. Emotion-Focused Experiential Therapy .................. 65
Jennifer A. Ellison and Leslie S. Greenberg
5.  Interpersonal Psychotherapy ................... .......  85
Jami F. Young and Laura Mufson
6.  Psychodynamic Therapy  ..................... ........  101
George Stricker
7. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy ................... 113
Michael P. Twohig, Heather M. Pierson, and Steven C. Hayes
8. Brief Strategic Family Therapy ........................ .133
Michael S. Robbins, Josg Szapocznik, and Gonzalo A. P&rez
9.  Personal Construct Therapy ...................  ........ 151
Robert A. Neimeyer and David A. Winter
PART II. CLIENT POPULATIONS                             173
10  OlderAdults  .............................. ........ 175
Helen M. DeVries
11.  Couples  ..........................................  187
Norman B. Epstein and Donald H. Baucom
12.  Fam ilies  ..........................................  203
Kathleen Newcomb Rekart and Jay Lebow
PART III. SPECIFIC PROBLEMS                             225
13.  Borderline Personality Disorder .........................  227
Noam Lindenboim, Alex L. Chapman, and Marsha M. Linehan
14.  Chronic Depression  .................... ..............  247
Lawrence P. Riso and Michael E. Thase
15.  Chronic Pain  .......................................  263
Malcolm H. Johnson
16.  Eating  Disorders  ....................................  279
Tanya R. Schlam and G. Terence Wilson
17.  Low  Self-Esteem  ....................................  297
Melanie J. V Fennell
18.  Obsessions and Compulsions ..........................  315
David A. Clark
19.  Psychosis  .........................................  335
Hazel Dunn and Anthony P. Morrison
20.  Sexual Dysfunction  .................... .............  351
Nancy Gambescia and Gerald Weeks
21.  Substance Abuse  ...................... .............  369
Timothy R. Apodaca and Peter M. Monti
22.  Traumatic Brain  Injury  ...............................  389
Janet M. Leathem and Muriel Christianson
PART IV. DIRECTIONS FOR RESEARCH,
PRACTICE, AND PREVENTION                                405
23. Directions for Research on Homework .....  .. .......  407
Michael J. Lambert, S. Cory Harmon, and Karstin Slqde
24. Directions for the Integration of Homework in Practice ....... 425
Dana L. Nelson, Louis G. Castonguay, and Fiona Barwick
25. Directions for Homework in Psychotherapy Prevention ....... 445
T. Mark Harwood, Joselyne M. Sulzner, and Larry E. Beutler



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