Oxford guide to CBT for people with cancer Stirling Moorey, Steven Greer.

By: Moorey, StirlingContributor(s): Greer, StevenMaterial type: TextTextSeries: Oxford guides in cognitive behavioural therapyPublication details: Oxford Oxford University Press 2011Edition: 2nd edDescription: xii, 284 p ill 24 cmISBN: 9780199605804Subject(s): Cancer | Behaviour Therapy | Neoplasms -- psychology | Neoplasms -- therapy | Cognitive Behavioral Therapy -- methodsDDC classification: 616.99406
Contents:
PART ONE: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF CANCER; 1. What people with cancer feel; 2. A cognitive model of adjustment to cancer; 3. Can cognitive behaviour therapy improve quality of life?; 4. Can psychological therapy affect duration of survival?; PART TWO: COGNITIVE BEHAVIOUR THERAPY FOR PEOPLE WITH CANCER; 5. Overview of therapy; 6. The therapy session; 7. Experiencing and expressing emotions in adjuvant psychological therapy; 8. Behavioural techniques; 9. Cognitive techniques I: Basic cognitive techniques; 10. Cognitive techniques II: Working with anxiety and depression; 11. Applications of cognitive and behavioural techniques to common problems; 12. Cancer in context: Working with underlying beliefs and assumptions; 13. Working with couples; 14. Cognitive behaviour therapy in advanced and terminal illness; 15. Prolonged grief disorder among bereaved primary carers; 16. Group therapy; 17. Concluding remarks; APPENDICES; 1. Coping with Cancer; 2. Thinking Errors; 3. Weekly Activity Schedule; 4. Thought Record; 5a Mental Adjustment to Cancer Scale; 5b Courtauld Emotional Control Scale; 5c Cancer Coping Questionnaire; 5d Cancer Concerns Checklist; REFERENCES
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Includes bibliographical references and index

PART ONE: THE PSYCHOLOGY OF CANCER; 1. What people with cancer feel; 2. A cognitive model of adjustment to cancer; 3. Can cognitive behaviour therapy improve quality of life?; 4. Can psychological therapy affect duration of survival?; PART TWO: COGNITIVE BEHAVIOUR THERAPY FOR PEOPLE WITH CANCER; 5. Overview of therapy; 6. The therapy session; 7. Experiencing and expressing emotions in adjuvant psychological therapy; 8. Behavioural techniques; 9. Cognitive techniques I: Basic cognitive techniques; 10. Cognitive techniques II: Working with anxiety and depression; 11. Applications of cognitive and behavioural techniques to common problems; 12. Cancer in context: Working with underlying beliefs and assumptions; 13. Working with couples; 14. Cognitive behaviour therapy in advanced and terminal illness; 15. Prolonged grief disorder among bereaved primary carers; 16. Group therapy; 17. Concluding remarks; APPENDICES; 1. Coping with Cancer; 2. Thinking Errors; 3. Weekly Activity Schedule; 4. Thought Record; 5a Mental Adjustment to Cancer Scale; 5b Courtauld Emotional Control Scale; 5c Cancer Coping Questionnaire; 5d Cancer Concerns Checklist; REFERENCES

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