Description - Counselling for Anxiety Problems by Diana J. Sanders
Counselling for Anxiety Problems, Second Edition presents accessible and up-to-date guidelines on the most effective ways of helping clients with anxiety problems. Diana Sanders and Frank Wills outline general methods of working with anxiety sufferers and highlight the issues specific to this client group. Counsellors need to select appropriate interventions depending on the particular problems experienced by each client. The second part of the Counselling for Anxiety Problems therefore shows how to adapt counselling interventions to different forms of anxiety, such as: - panic - worry - agoraphobia - social - other phobias - health anxiety, and; - obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) Counselling for Anxiety Problems, whilst being cognitive in focus, is accessible to counsellors from different orientations who wish to broaden their understanding and skills in relation to anxiety. Based on the authors' own clinical experience, the book makes extensive use of detailed case examples to illustrate different ways of formulating and working with anxiety.
Counselling for Anxiety Problems, Second Edition is suitable for practitioners of all levels, from those in training to those with more experience who wish to update and refresh their methods of working with anxious clients.
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Author Biography - Diana J. Sanders
Diana Sanders is a counselling psychologist with the Oxfordshire Mental Healthcare NHS Trust and a research psychologist at Oxford University. Her publications include Coping with Periods (Chambers, 1985). Frank Wills is an Independent Cognitive Psychotherapist based in Bristol and also a tutor at the University of South Wales. He is co-author of Cognitive Therapy, Second Edition (SAGE, 2005) and Counselling for Anxiety Problems, Second Edition (SAGE, 2002).