Details

Evidence-Based Psychotherapy


Evidence-Based Psychotherapy

The State of the Science and Practice
1. Aufl.

von: Daniel David, Steven Jay Lynn, Guy H. Montgomery

92,99 €

Verlag: Wiley-Blackwell
Format: EPUB
Veröffentl.: 02.01.2018
ISBN/EAN: 9781118625583
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 552

DRM-geschütztes eBook, Sie benötigen z.B. Adobe Digital Editions und eine Adobe ID zum Lesen.

Beschreibungen

A Comprehensive, Systematic Evaluation of Treatment Effectiveness for Major Psychological Disorders  With over 500 types of psychotherapy being practiced in the field today, navigating the maze of possible treatments can be daunting for clinicians and researchers, as well as for consumers who seek help in obtaining psychological services. Evidence-Based Psychotherapy: The State of Science and Practice offers a roadmap to identifying the most appropriate and efficacious interventions, and provides the most comprehensive review to date of treatments for psychological disorders most often encountered in clinical practice. Each chapter applies a rigorous assessment framework to evaluate psychotherapeutic interventions for a specific disorder. The authors include the reader in the evaluation scheme by describing both effective and potentially non-effective treatments. Assessments are based upon the extant research evidence regarding both clinical efficacy and support of underyling theory. Ultimately, the book seeks to inform treatment planning and enhance therapeutic outcomes.   Evidence-Based Psychotherapy: The State of Science and Practice: Presents the available scientific research for evidence-based psychotherapies commonly practiced today Systematically evaluates theory and intervention efficacy based on the David and Montgomery nine-category evaluative framework Covers essential modes of treatment for major disorders, including bipolar disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, PTSD, eating disorders, alcohol use disorder, major depressive disorder, phobias, and more Includes insightful discussion of clinical practice written by leading experts Clarifies “evidence-based practice” versus “evidence-based science” and offers historical context for the development of the treatments under discussion   Evidence-Based Psychotherapy: The State of Science and Practice is designed to inform treatment choices as well as strengthen critical evaluation. In doing so, it provides an invaluable resource for both researchers and clinicians.    
List of Contributors xvii 1. An Introduction to the Science and Practice of Evidence-Based Psychotherapy: A Framework for Evaluation and a Way Forward 1Daniel David, Steven Jay Lynn, and Guy H. Montgomery 1.1 Evidence-Based Psychotherapies and Clinical Practice 1 1.2 Classifying Psychotherapies: Tricky Business 3 1.3 A New Evaluation Scheme for Psychotherapy: Efficacy and Mechanisms 5 1.4 WhatWe Aim to Accomplish 6 1.5 Conclusions 6 References 7 2. Varieties of Psychotherapy for Major Depressive Disorder in Adults: An Evidence-Based Evaluation 11Daniel David, Ioana A. Cristea, and Aaron T. Beck 2.1 Description of the Disorder 11 2.2 Classification of Psychotherapies According to David and Montgomery’s (2011) Evaluative Framework 12 2.3 Conclusions and Discussion 26 3. Evidence-Based Psychological Interventions for Bipolar Disorder 37Aurora Szentagotai-Tatar and Daniel David 3.1 Overview of Bipolar Disorder 37 3.2 Evidence-Based Interventions for Bipolar Disorder 39 3.3 Conclusions and Future Directions 50 References 53 4. The Treatment of Panic Disorder and Phobias 63Barbara Depreeuw, Leigh A. Andrews, Sharon Eldar, and Stefan G. Hofmann 4.1 Panic Disorder 63 4.2 Social Anxiety Disorder 71 4.3 Specific Phobia 78 4.4 Implications for Research 81 4.5 Implications for Practice 82 4.6 Conclusions 82 References 83 5. The Psychological Treatment of Generalized Anxiety Disorder 95Hanna McCabe-Bennett, Katie Fracalanza, and MartinM. Antony 5.1 Features and Prevalence of Generalized Anxiety Disorder 95 5.2 Review of Theory and Evidence Supporting GAD Psychotherapies 96 5.3 Implications for Research 111 5.4 Implications for Practice 111 5.5 Conclusions 111 Notes 112 References 112 6 The Treatment of Obsessive–Compulsive Disorder 123Lindsey M. Collins, Laura B. Bragdon, and Meredith E. Coles 6.1 Exposure and Ritual Prevention 125 6.2 Cognitive Therapy 128 6.3 Cognitive–Behavioral Therapy 131 6.4 Acceptance and Commitment Therapy 132 6.5 Metacognitive Therapy 134 6.6 Attention Bias Modification Training 136 6.7 Interpretation Bias Modification Training 139 6.8 Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing Therapy 140 6.9 Implications for Research 142 6.10 Implications for Practice 145 6.11 Conclusions 146 Note 146 References 146 7. Evidence-Based Practice for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder 157B. Christopher Frueh, Anouk L. Grubaugh, Alok Madan, Sandra M. Neer, Jon D. Elhai, and Deborah C. Beidel 7.1 Overview 157 7.2 Etiological Pathways and Causal Mechanisms 161 7.3 Evidence-Based Practices 166 7.4 Conclusions 178 References 178 8. Evidence-Based Psychological Interventions for Eating Disorders 189Diana M. Candea, Daniel David, and Aurora Szentagotai-Tatar 8.1 Description of the Disorders 189 8.2 David and Montgomery’s (2011) Evaluative Framework 190 8.3 Classification of Psychological Interventions for Anorexia Nervosa 190 8.4 Classification of Psychological Interventions for Binge Eating Disorder 197 8.5 Classification of Psychological Interventions for Bulimia Nervosa 202 8.6 Discussion and Conclusions 208 References 210 9. Evidence-Based Treatment for Alcohol Use Disorders: A Review Through the Lens of the Theory × Efficacy Matrix 219James MacKillop, Monika Stojek, Lauren Vander Broek-Stice, and Max M. Owens 9.1 A Brief History of Alcohol Use Disorder Treatment 220 9.2 Treatment Reviews 224 9.3 Implications for Research and Practice 239 9.4 Conclusions 240 Acknowledgments 240 Note 240 References 241 10. Psychotherapeutic Treatments for Male and Female Sexual Dysfunction Disorders 253Jessica C. Emanu, Isabelle Avildsen, and Christian J. Nelson 10.1 Treatments for Sexual Dysfunction 254 10.2 Category I 254 10.3 Category III 260 10.4 Category IV 262 10.5 Category VIII 265 10.6 Other Therapies 266 10.7 Implications for Research 266 10.8 Implications for Practice 267 10.9 Conclusions 268 References 268 11. The Psychological Treatment of Psychopathy: Theory and Research 271Lisa K. Hecht, Robert D. Latzman, and Scott O. Lilienfeld 11.1 Conceptualizing and Measuring Psychopathy 272 11.2 Is Psychopathy Treatable? A History of Negative Opinion 275 11.3 Methodological Issues in Treatment Investigations 276 11.4 Evaluation of Psychopathy Treatments 278 11.5 Implications for Research 287 11.6 Implications for Clinical Practice 289 11.7 Conclusions 290 References 290 12. The Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder 299Lorie A. Ritschel, Colleen M. Cowperthwait, Lindsay M. Stewart, and Noriel E. Lim 12.1 Treatments for Borderline Personality Disorder 300 12.2 Category II 301 12.3 Category IV 308 12.4 Other Therapies 315 12.5 Implications for Research 316 12.6 Implications for Practice 317 12.7 Conclusions 319 References 319 13. The Treatment of Dissociation: An Evaluation of Effectiveness and Potential Mechanisms 329Reed Maxwell, Harald Merckelbach, Scott O. Lilienfeld, and Steven Jay Lynn 13.1 A Review of the DSM-5 Dissociative Disorders 331 13.2 Treatments for Depersonalization/Derealization Disorder 332 13.3 Treatments for Dissociative Identity Disorder 337 13.4 Treatments for Dissociative Fugue and Dissociative Amnesia 346 13.5 Innovative Treatments for Dissociation 347 13.6 Conclusions 350 References 351 14. Psychotherapy for Schizophrenia-Spectrum Disorders 363Stacy Ellenberg, Steven Jay Lynn, and Gregory P. Strauss 14.1 Treatment for Schizophrenia 365 14.2 Category II 366 14.3 Category IV 385 14.4 Other Therapies 391 14.5 Implications for Research 392 14.6 Implications for Clinical Practice 393 14.7 Conclusion 393 References 394 15. Psychotherapy and Autism Spectrum Disorder: Conceptual and Pragmatic Challenges 407Raymond G. Romanczyk, Rachel N. S. Cavalari, and Jennifer M. Gillis 15.1 History of the Diagnosis of Autism 407 15.2 Heterogeneity 408 15.3 Core Characteristics 408 15.4 Prevalence 409 15.5 Etiology and Theoretical Approach: The Context of Etiological Complexity 409 15.6 Defining Psychotherapy in the Context of Autism Spectrum Disorder 410 15.7 Evidence-Based Treatment Review 414 15.8 Discussion 427 15.9 Conclusion 428 Notes 429 References 429 16. Varieties of Psychotherapy for Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: An Evidence-Based Evaluation 435Anca Dobrean, Costina R. Pasarelu, and Manfred Dopfner 16.1 Description of the Disorder 435 16.2 Classification of Psychotherapies 437 16.3 Conclusions and Discussion 452 References 453 17. The Treatment of Insomnia 465Elisabeth Hertenstein, Bogdan Voinescu, and Dieter Riemann 17.1 Description of the Disorder 465 17.2 Psychological Theories and Mechanisms of Change 467 17.3 Therapeutic Packages 475 17.4 Implications for Research and Practice 489 17.5 Conclusions 496 References 496 18. The Scientific Status of Evidence-Based Psychotherapies: Concluding Thoughts 507Daniel David, Steven Jay Lynn, and Guy H. Montgomery References 511 Index 513
Daniel David is Aaron T. Beck Professor of Clinical Cognitive Sciences and President of the International Institute for the Advanced Studies of Psychotherapy and Applied Mental Health at Babes-Bolyai University, Romania, and an Adjunct Professor at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York City. Steven Jay Lynn is a Distinguished Professor of Psychology (SUNY) at Binghamton University. Guy H. Montgomery is Director of the Center for Behavioral Oncology at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
A Comprehensive, Systematic Evaluation of Treatment Effectiveness for Major Psychological Disorders With over 500 types of psychotherapy being practiced in the field today, navigating the maze of possible treatments can be daunting for clinicians and researchers, as well as for consumers who seek help in obtaining psychological services. Evidence-Based Psychotherapy: The State of Science and Practice offers a roadmap to identifying the most appropriate and efficacious interventions, and provides the most comprehensive review to date of treatments for psychological disorders most often encountered in clinical practice. Each chapter applies a rigorous assessment framework to evaluate psychotherapeutic interventions and to identify both effective and potentially non-effective treatments for specific disorders. Assessments are based on the extant research evidence regarding both clinical efficacy and support of underyling theory. Ultimately, the book aims to inform treatment planning and enhance therapeutic outcomes. Evidence-Based Psychotherapy: The State of Science and Practice: Presents the available scientific research for evidence-based psychotherapies commonly practiced today Systematically evaluates theory and intervention efficacy based on the David and Montgomery's nine-category evaluative framework Covers essential modes of treatment for major disorders, including bipolar disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, PTSD, eating disorders, alcohol use disorder, major depressive disorder, phobias, and more Includes insightful discussion of clinical practice written by leading experts Educates readers about evidence-based practice to understand the distinction between scientific and pseudoscientific approaches in psychotherapy and offers historical context for the development of the treatments under discussion. Evidence-Based Psychotherapy: The State of Science and Practice is designed to inform treatment choices as well as strengthen critical evaluation. In doing so, it provides an invaluable resource for both researchers and clinicians.

Diese Produkte könnten Sie auch interessieren:

Systemische Therapie für Dummies
Systemische Therapie für Dummies
von: Paul Gamber
EPUB ebook
17,99 €
Thinking Good, Feeling Better
Thinking Good, Feeling Better
von: Paul Stallard
PDF ebook
35,99 €
Great Myths of Adolescence
Great Myths of Adolescence
von: Jeremy D. Jewell, Michael I. Axelrod, Mitchell J. Prinstein, Stephen Hupp
EPUB ebook
13,99 €