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Prolonged Exposure Therapy for PTSD: Emotional Processing of Traumatic Experiences Therapist GuideBy Edna Foa, Elizabeth Hembree and Barbara Olaslov Rothbaum (2007)This guide gives clinicians the information they need to treat clients who exhibit the symptoms of PTSD. It is based on the principles of Prolonged Exposure Therapy, the most scientifically-tested and proven treatment that has been used to effectively treat victims of all types of trauma. Whether your client is a veteran of combat, a victim of a physical or sexual assault, or a casualty of a motor vehicle accident, the techniques and strategies outlined in this book will help. In this treatment clients are exposed to imagery of their traumatic memories, as well as real-life situations related to the traumatic event in a step-by-step, controllable way. Through these exposures, your client will learn to confront the trauma and begin to think differently about it, leading to a marked decrease in levels of anxiety and other PTSD symptoms. Designed to be used in conjunction with the corresponding client workbook, this therapist guide includes all the tools necessary to effectively implement the prolonged exposure program including assessment measures, session outlines, case studies, sample dialogues, and homework assignments.
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Compulsive Hoarding and Acquiring: Therapist Guide (Treatments That Work)By Gail Steketee and Randy O. Frost (2006)Written by the developers of this groundbreaking treatment, this manual is the first to present an empirically supported and effective CBT program for treating compulsive hoarding and acquiring. This guide gives clinicians the information to understand hoarding and proven tools to help clients overcome their compulsive behaviors. It teaches individuals how to recognize errors in thinking and uses both imagined and real exposures to teach them the skills they need to manage their problem. Homework exercises include behavioral experiments to test personal beliefs about possessions, developing an organization plan and filing system, and sorting and organizing items room-by-room. Designed to be used in conjunction with the corresponding workbook, this therapist guide provides numerous assessment and intervention forms to help clients use the methods described in this program. Complete with case examples and strategies for dealing with problems, this user-friendly guide is a dependable resource that no clinician can do without.
Stop Obsessing!: How to Overcome Your Obsessions and Compulsions (Revised Edition)By Edna B. Foa and Reid Wilson (2001)Once considered almost untreatable, OCD is now known to be a highly treatable disorder using behavior therapy. In this revised edition of Stop Obsessing! Drs. Foa and Wilson, share their scientifically based and clinically proven self-help program that has already allowed thousands of men and women with OCD to enjoy a life free from excessive worries and rituals. You will discover: Step-by-step programs for both mild and severe cases of OCD; The most effective ways to help you let go of your obsessions and gain control over your compulsions; New charts and fill-in guides to track progress and make exercises easier; Questionnaires for self-evaluation and in-depth understanding of your symptoms; Expert guidance for finding the best professional help; and The latest information about medications prescribed for OCD.
Digging Out: Helping Your Loved One Manage Clutter, Hoarding, and Compulsive AcquiringBy Michael A. Tompkins and Tamara L. HartlIn Digging Out, you will find a complete guide to helping your loved one with a hoarding problem live safely and comfortably in his or her home or apartment. Included are realistic harm reduction strategies that you can use to help your loved one manage health and safety hazards, avoid eviction, and motivate him or her to make long-term lifestyle changes. You'll learn how to handle a roommate or spouse with a hoarding problem, identify and work through special considerations that may arise when the person who hoards is frail and elderly, and receive guidance for healing strained relationships between people who hoard and their friends and family. Take heart. With this book as a guide, you can help your loved one live more comfortably and safely, salvage your damaged relationship, and restore your peace of mind.
Schwartz, Jeffrey, and Beverly Beyette. Brain lock: free yourself from obsessive-compulsive behavior : a four-step self-treatment method to change your brain chemistry. New York: ReganBooks, 1997. Print.
This book offers an extensive and practical guide to overcoming OCD through cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT). Includes: detailed information on the many different manifestations of OCD; the differences between normal and obsessive worries; clear information on treating your individual problem; real-life case studies and examples; and advice and support for friends and family of OCD sufferers.
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This is another technique that will be familiar to practitioners of mindfulness. There are many ways to relax and bring regularity to your breath, including guided and unguided imagery, audio recordings, YouTube videos, and scripts. Bringing regularity and calm to your breath will allow you to approach your problems from a place of balance, facilitating more effective and rational decisions (Megan, 2016). 041b061a72