Description - Cognitive Therapy in Clinical Practice by Jan Scott
Since the publication of Aaron Beck's Cognitive Therapy in 1967, cognitive therapy has established itself as one of the major ways of treating depression. Its applications are, however, much wider and it is being used in an increasingly broad range of clinical situations - with the physically ill, the hypochondriacal, obsessional patients, and those with eating problems, for example. Cognitive Therapy in Clinical Practice discusses the use of cognitive therapy in these and other contexts. It combines an overview of the state of the art with case studies that demonstrate the particular applications of cognitive therapy.
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