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Titel: Using Workbooks in Mental Health
Autor/en: Luciano L'Abate

ISBN: 0789015943
EAN: 9780789015945
Resources in Prevention, Psychotherapy, and Rehabilitation for Clinicians and Researchers.
Illustrations.
Sprache: Englisch.
Taylor & Francis Inc

7. Juli 2004 - kartoniert - 432 Seiten

Using Workbooks in Mental Health: Resources in Prevention, Psychotherapy, and Rehabilitation for Clinicians and Researchers examines the effectiveness of mental health workbooks designed to address problems ranging from dementia and depression to addiction, spousal abuse, eating disorders, and more. Compiled by Dr. Luciano L'Abate, a leading authority on mental health workbooks, this resource will help clinicians and researchers become aware of the supportive evidence for the use of workbooks. Therapists and researchers share their success stories and reveal how these cost-effective tools will help clients outside of traditional face-to-face therapy.

About the Editor; Contributors; Foreword (James W. Pennebaker); Preface; SECTION I: INTRODUCTION; Chapter 1. The Role of Workbooks in the Delivery of Mental Health Services in Prevention, Psychotherapy, and Rehabilitation (Luciano L'Abate); The Status of Mental Health Needs in the United States; The Status of Individual Psychotherapy; Toward an Increasing Formalization of Psychological Interventions; Implications of an Increasing Trend in Formalization; Differences Between Clinical Practice and Research; Workbooks in Current Psychological Literature; Overview of Workbook Administration; Toward a Classification of Writing; Toward a Classification of Workbooks; Advantages of Workbooks; Metafunctions of Workbooks; Disadvantages and Dangers of Workbook Administration; Testing Theories Through Workbooks; On the Nature of Evidence to Support Workbook and Structured Computer-Assisted Interventions; Importance of Evaluation and Informed Consent for Workbook Administration; Successful Sieves and Stepped Treatment in the Delivery of Mental Health Services; Conclusion; Chapter 2. Systematically Written Homework Assignments: The Case for Homework-Based Treatment (Luciano L'Abate); Professional Antecedents of Systematically Written Homework Assignments; Workbooks As Extensions of Existing Knowledge; Bridging the Semantic Gap; Research with SWHAs; A Meta-Analysis of Workbook Effectiveness; Professional Implications; Conclusion; SECTION II: INDIVIDUALS; Chapter 3. Dementia, Depression, and Workbooks: A Personal Odyssey (Everett Gorman); The Problem of Depression; Completing Personal Assignments for Depression; Conclusion; Chapter 4. Life-Challenging Conditions and Helpers (Rubin Battino); Description of Workbooks; Workbook for People Who Have a Life-Challenging Disease; Workbook for Caregivers; Workbook for Grieving; Results from a Brief Survey; Susan and Bill: A Case Study; Implications and Conclusions; Chapter 5. Schema-Focused Cognitive Therapy: A Stage-Specific Workbook; Approach (Demian F. Goldstein); Rationale and Background for the Creation and Development of the Workbook; Description of the Workbook; Administering the Workbook; The Stage-Specific Schema Inventory; Implications for the Role of Workbooks in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy; Implications of the Present and Future Use of Workbooks in Mental Health Interventions; Appendix: A Sample Assignment from the 3S Workbook--Crisis Three, Initiative versus Guilt; Chapter 6. Healing the Trauma of Abuse: A Women's Workbook (Ellen Arledge, Joselyn Y. Barsfield, Caroline L. Mitchell, Emily Moody, and Carolina J. Quesada); Description of Workbook; Results of Workbook Administration; Clients' Comments Concerning Workbook Utilization; The Role of Workbooks in Prevention; Implications for Using the Workbook in Practice; Conclusion; Chapter 7. Workbooks for Individuals with Gambling Problems: Promoting the Natural Recovery Process Through Brief Intervention (David C. Hodgins); Recovery from Problem Gambling; Natural versus Treatment-Assisted Recovery; Applying the Stepped Care Model to Problem Gambling; Self-Help Workbooks in Addictions; Developing a Self-Help Workbook for Problem Gamblers; Clinical Trial; Conclusion; Chapter 8. The Wheel of Wisdom with Depressed Inpatients (Piero De Giacomo, Marco Storelli, Andrea De Giacomo, Caterina Tarquinio, Giovanni Carrieri, Odilia Mele, Massimiliano Morreale, and Francesco Vaira); Objectives and Research Hypothesis; Scriptotherapy; The Technique; Method and Experimental Procedure; Analysis and Description of the Sample; Analysis of Results; Discussion and Conclusions; Chapter 9. Substance Abuse in Women: An Empirical Evaluation of a Manualized; Cognitive-Behavioral Protocol (Terry Michael McClanahan); Description of the Manualized Cognitive-Behavioral Protocol; Clinical Efficacy of CBT Workbooks with Female Substance Abusers; Conclusion; Chapter 10. Workbooks and Psychotherapy with Incarcerated Felons: Replication of Research in Progress (Oliver McMahan and John Arias); Benefits of Writing in Interventions with Felons; Felon Writers and Emotionality; Continuing Research in Progress: Rehabilitation Program Using Programmed Distance Writing; Conclusion; SECTION III: COUPLES; Chapter 11. Marriage Preparation and Maintenance (Mario Cusinato); Historical and Cultural Context for Marriage Preparation and Maintenance; Strategies of Intervention; A Program of Marriage Preparation and Maintenance; Workbooks for Marriage Preparation; Workbooks for Marriage Maintenance; Evaluation of the Educational Process; Conclusion; Chapter 12. Homework in Couple Therapy: A Review and Evaluation of Available Workbooks (Krista S. Gattis, Mia Sevier, and Andrew Chistensen); Defining Homework; Clinical Issues in Homework with Couples; Research Basis of Homework with Couples; Workbooks for Use with Couples; Special Considerations; Chapter 13. Intimacy in Couples: Evaluating a Workbook (Eleonora Maino); Contextual Considerations; The Early Couple Relationship; Research with Structured Interventions; Intervention: An Intimacy Workbook; Discussion and Summary; SECTION IV: FAMILIES; Chapter 14. Manualized Treatment for School-Refusal Behavior in Youth (Christopher A. Kearney and Krisann M. Alvarez); Rationale for the Creation and Development of a Therapist Guide and Parent Workbook; Description of the Therapist Guide and Parent Workbook; Research Evidence; Case Studies; Predictions About the Future of Manuals and Workbooks in Mental Health Interventions; Conclusion; Chapter 15. A Review of Workbooks and Related Literature on Eating Disorders (Katherine J. Miller); Introduction; Descriptions of Workbooks and Related Research; Conclusion; Chapter 16. Couples with a Handicapped Child: Experiencing Intimacy (Eleonora Maino, Silvia Pasinato, Donatella Fara, Umberto Talpone, and Massimo Molteni); Contextual Considerations; Clinical Considerations: Family Resources and the Impact of Disability; Intervention Modality: Psychoeducational Counseling and Workbooks; Research with Structured Interventions; Intervention: An Intimacy Workbook; Representative Case Studies; Discussion and Summary; SECTION V: CONCLUSION; Chapter 17. The Status and Future of Workbooks in Mental Health: Concluding Commentary (Luciano L'Abate and Lorna L. Hecker); Introduction; Unstructured versus Structured Interventions; Questions About Programmed Distance Writing; Epidemiological Implications of Workbooks; A Research Agenda for Workbooks; Psychotherapy and Workbook-Based Interventions; Conclusion; Appendix. Survey Questionnaire: Participant Satisfaction with Workbooks; Index; Reference Notes Included
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