By Georg H. Eifert PhD, John P. Forsyth PhD, Steven C. Hayes PhD
This is the 1st step by step specialist ebook that teaches therapists easy methods to follow and combine recognition and mindfulness-based therapy for nervousness problems of their perform by means of offering popularity and dedication treatment thoughts, ideas, and methods.
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It is a view that is quite different from the typical professional book about anxiety disorders. Such books, as you know, tend to emphasize unique aspects of each particular anxiety disorder. This we believe, does not jibe with clinical reality nor emerging evidence suggesting that we may have been artificially splitting up the anxiety disorders for too long. These and related issues are clearly laid out in part 2 of this book. For instance, chapter 4 describes a major commonality of all anxiety and related disorders: the toxic effect of experiential avoidance and efforts to control unwanted private experiences that most individuals with anxiety disorders engage in regardless of their particular DSM diagnosis.
Perhaps if we were to come to grips with the common processes involved in how anxiety-related problems develop and are maintained, we might be in a better position to produce more impactful and meaningful behavior changes with our treatments and alleviate a wider range of human suffering. This is the more general aim of this book. Cognitive Behavioral Therapies for Anxiety For better or for worse, cognitive behavioral therapies (CBT) have become the treatments of choice for the anxiety disorders.
Yet, the sensible strategy of dealing with potential sources of real pain and harm rarely works in the same way when applied to our thoughts and emotions. We can’t turn them on or off in the same way we can move our hand on or off the hot stove. Our thoughts and feelings are with us wherever we go. We cannot escape or avoid them. They are part of us. Anxiety Disorders Are Expensive Barlow (2002) summarized the human costs of anxiety disorders as follows: In our society, individuals spend millions of dollars yearly to rid themselves of anxiety.
Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for Anxiety Disorders. A Practitioner's Treatment Guide to Using Mindfulness, Acceptance, and... by Georg H. Eifert PhD, John P. Forsyth PhD, Steven C. Hayes PhD