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Solution focused anxiety management [electronic resource] : a treatment and training manual

Solution focused anxiety management [electronic resource] : a treatment and training manual

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E-Book(소장)
Personal Author
Quick, Ellen K.
Title Statement
Solution focused anxiety management [electronic resource] : a treatment and training manual / Ellen K. Quick.
Publication, Distribution, etc
San Diego :   Elsevier Science,   2013.  
Physical Medium
1 online resource (xvi, 309 p.).
Series Statement
Practical Resources for the Mental Health Professional
ISBN
9780123944214 (electronic bk.) 012394421X (electronic bk.) 9780123978134 (electronic bk.) 0123978130 (electronic bk.)
요약
Solution Focused Anxiety Management provides the clinician with evidence-based techniques to help clients manage anxiety. Cognitive behavioral and strategic tools, acceptance-based ideas, and mindfulness are introduced from a solution-focused perspective and tailored to client strengths and preferences. The book presents the conceptual foundation, methods, and attitudes of a solution-focused approach. Case examples illustrate how to transform anxiety into the "Four Cs" (courage, coping, appropriate caution and choice).
General Note
Title from e-Book title page.  
Content Notes
What Is Solution Focused Anxiety Management, and How Is It Different from Other Approaches? -- Conducting a Solution Focused Anxiety Management Class: "The Nuts and the Bolts" -- Instructor Notes for Topic One: Physical Reactions and Coping Techniques -- Instructor Notes for Topic Two: Behavioral Techniques -- Instructor Notes for Topic Three: Thinking Techniques -- Instructor Notes for Topic Four: Life Issues and Anxiety -- Solution Focused Anxiety Management and Individual Therapy -- Appropriate Caution as an Ingredient of the Solution -- Perspectives from the Solution-focused Community -- Concluding Questions: What Creates Change in Solution Focused Anxiety Management, and How Can We Do More of It? -- Appendix A. Learner Readings for Topic One: Physical Reactions and Coping Techniques -- Appendix B. Learner Readings for Topic Two: Behavioral Techniques -- Appendix C. Learner Readings for Topic Three: Thinking Techniques -- Appendix D. Learner Readings for Topic Four: Life Issues and Anxiety.
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
이용가능한 다른형태자료
Issued also as a book.  
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Anxiety --Treatment. Anxiety Disorders --therapy.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Preface	p. ix
Acknowledgments	p. xv
1	What Is Solution Focused Anxiety Management, and How Is It Different from Other Approaches?	p. 1
    The solution-focused perspective	p. 1
    Methods in solution-focused therapy	p. 2
    Attitudes in solution-focused therapy	p. 6
    Strategic solution focused therapy	p. 7
    The evolution of solution focused anxiety management	p. 8
    How is solution focused anxiety management similar to and different from cognitive behavioral therapy for anxiety?	p. 10
    How is solution focused anxiety management similar to and different from Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for anxiety?	p. 12
    The strategic component	p. 14
    What makes this program "solution-focused"?	p. 14
    Why is this program presented as a class?	p. 15
    How does this approach fit with evidence-based treatment?	p. 16
2	Conducting a Solution Focused Anxiety Management Class: "The Nuts and the Bolts"	p. 19
    Solution Focused Anxiety Management End of Session Form	p. 22
    How is this program similar to and different from group therapy?	p. 23
    What about medication?	p. 24
    How to use this information if you are teaching or preparing to teach a solution focused anxiety management class	p. 24
    How to describe the program and invite participants	p. 26
    Solution Focused Anxiety Management Description of Class	p. 27
    Challenges encountered and managing them	p. 28
    How to use this information if you are a therapist who sees people individually	p. 30
    How to use this information if you are taking a solution focused anxiety management class	p. 30
    How to use this information if you are not taking a solution focused anxiety management class and would like to learn this material on your own	p. 31
3	Instructor Notes for Topic One: Physical Reactions and Coping Techniques	p. 35
    Welcome and introduction	p. 35
    Physical reactions and coping techniques	p. 36
    An interesting perspective	p. 60
    Suggestions for practice	p. 61
    End of session form and feedback	p. 62
4	Instructor Notes for Topic Two: Behavioral Techniques	p. 63
    Welcome and introduction	p. 63
    Behavioral techniques	p. 64
    Exposure and habituation	p. 65
    The commonsense and the counterintuitive	p. 65
    Courage ladders	p. 66
    Tools for panic attacks	p. 70
    Tools for "obsessions and compulsions"	p. 71
    Tools for social situations	p. 72
    Tools for "worry"	p. 73
    Write, read, and shred	p. 76
    Tools for anxiety about medical procedures	p. 77
    When "pure" exposure isn''t applicable	p. 78
    Being anxious and doing it anyway	p. 79
    Discovering and building on how you learn	p. 79
    Building courage ladders	p. 80
    Suggestions for practice	p. 81
    End of session form and feedback	p. 82
5	Instructor Notes for Topic Three: Thinking Techniques	p. 83
    Welcome and introduction	p. 83
    Thinking coping techniques	p. 84
    Suggestions for practice	p. 108
    End of session form and feedback	p. 108
6	Instructor Notes for Topic Four: Life Issues and Anxiety	p. 109
    Welcome and introduction	p. 109
    Life issues and anxiety	p. 110
    The pros and cons of managing your anxiety	p. 111
    I can''t vs. I don''t want to	p. 122
    Assertion	p. 124
    Developmental tasks	p. 128
    Suggestions for practice	p. 134
    End of Session Form and Feedback	p. 135
7	Solution Focused Anxiety Management and Individual Therapy	p. 137
    Solution-focused methods and attitudes	p. 137
    Adding psychoeducational information to individual solution-focused therapy	p. 140
    Brief therapy case example: Sheila	p. 141
    Single session case example: John	p. 147
    Intermittent therapy with the class: Pam	p. 148
    Cat phobia: George	p. 153
    The client as expert	p. 156
    Tapping resources for growing courage	p. 157
8	Appropriate Caution as an Ingredient of the Solution	p. 159
    Defensive pessimism	p. 159
    Preference for the routine: A style, not psychopathology	p. 163
    Case example: Appropriate caution in obsessive compulsive disorder	p. 165
    Case example: "OCD hoarding"	p. 169
    Case example: "I''ve always been a worrier"	p. 174
    Discussion of appropriate caution in the solution focused anxiety management class	p. 176
9	Perspectives from the Solution-focused Community	p. 179
    Interview with Joel Simon, LCSW	p. 180
    Interview with Linda Metcalf, PhD, LMFT	p. 182
    Interview with Jay McKeel, MS	p. 185
    Interview with Frank Thomas, PhD, LMFT	p. 187
    Interview with Heather Fiske, PhD	p. 190
    Interview with Elliott Connie, MA, LPC	p. 193
    Interview with Yvonne Dolan, MA	p. 195
    Input from other solution-focused colleagues	p. 199
    Comments from Terry Willey, MFT	p. 199
    Comments from Bruce Gorden, MFT	p. 200
    Comments from Ross Kremsdorf, PhD	p. 202
    Comments from Adam Froerer, PhD	p. 205
    Emerging themes and author commentary	p. 207
10	Concluding Questions: What Creates Change in Solution Focused Anxiety Management, and How Can We Do More of It?	p. 211
    Take-home messages in a solution focused anxiety management class	p. 211
    Second-order change: A possible explanatory factor	p. 214
    Solution-focused practice: A perspective that may last for generations	p. 218
    How can we build on what works?	p. 220
Appendix A	Learner readings for topic one: Physical reactions and coping techniques	p. 223
Appendix B	Learner readings for topic two: Behavioral techniques	p. 241
Appendix C	Learner readings for topic three: Thinking techniques	p. 257
Appendix D	Learner readings for topic four: Life issues and anxiety	p. 277
References	p. 299
Index	p. 303

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