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[专业出版物] Cognitive Therapy: Basics and Beyond 认知疗法:基础与超越

Cognitive Therapy: Basics and Beyond 认知疗法:基础与超越

Cognitive Therapy: Basics and Beyond6 G2 |' K8 }4 _
By Judith S. Beck
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"This is not just another book about cognitive therapy, or even abouth Aaron Beck's official brand of cognitive therapy. This book is really written for therapists and those training therapists. The essence of this book is not only a clear and scholarly presentation of cognitive therapy, but straight advice on how to overcome specific problems in introducing a patient (or therapist in training) to cognitive therapy. The appendixes include a case summary worksheet, reaading list for therapists, reading list for patients, and other resources." --Clinical Gerontologist
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3 @- Z: ~" s/ Q" l8 i5 b0 h"An invaluable text for mental health professionals who want a theoretical and pragmatic reference in their attempts to deal effectively with managed care....This product is complemented by contemporary clinical examples, giving the reader a sense of empowerment about his or her own clinical potential as a cognitive therapist....Whether readers are graduate students getting their first exposure to cognitive therapy or seasoned professionals wanting a refresher on cognitive theory, Dr. Beck's book will satisfy most all professional training needs." --Psychiatric Services3 T8 ~3 e! \- K0 ~0 J7 A

, q% y. B& j  Q" F+ j" This valuable resource will enable therapists to strengthen their skills in cognitive therapy, a therapeutic approach whose effectiveness is repeatedly supported in research trials." --The Psychotherapy Newsletter, April 1996, Nancy Rosen, MSW, Executive Director of Suicide Prevention and Crisis Service of Tompkins County in Ithaca, NY
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Named one of the "Best Books of the Year" (1996) by Doody's Rating Service
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....A superb textbook that fully realizes the promise of its title....This is essential reading for any student or therapist new to cognitive therapy, but even experienced therapists will find the author's ideas a rich source for enhanced skill-building -- Readings, June 1996& z$ [4 }; L! E. U+ ^2 B; C

0 \0 X% h/ Q: B* S...a practical, no-nonsense text that is extremely comprehensive and reader-friendly. Throughout the book, Ms. Beck offers clinical examples taken from actual transcripts of therapy sessions that clearly and practically illustrate each technique and concept...an important, timely, and valuable resource for psychiatric professionals who engage in formal cognitive behavioral therapy or who practice cognitive behavioral techniques in other contexts. This text provides a clarity of conceptualization and a review of techniques that will prove extremely useful to students as well as experienced therapists. This volume certainly will serve as the basic text for cognitive behavioral therapists and should be necessary reading for psychiatric professionals -- Journal of Psychosocial Nursing, Nov. 1996
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This lucid, informative book makes the job of understanding cognitive therapy and how to apply it a good deal clearer and easier. I look forward to assigning it to my graduate students -- Gerald C. Davison, Ph.D., Dean and Professor of Psychology, Annenberg School for Communication, Univ of Southern California; Past President, Assoc for Advancement of Behavior Therapy
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"Dr. Beck has provided a clearly written description of cognitive therapy, with helpful examples, that fills a need in the process of teaching and training students of cognitive therapy."--James L. Shenk, PhD, California School of Professional Psychology, course: Individual Psychotherapy: Cognitive, v# L7 B7 S$ c- a& N, ?+ G, ?

0 i' R9 l9 E: p; {" {"A superb textbook that fully realizes the promise of its title....This is essential reading for any student or therapist new to cognitive therapy, but even experienced therapists will find the author's ideas a rich source for enhanced skill-building." --Riki Koenigsberg, PhD in Readings
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"This is a most useful manual for beginning students and clinicians in mental health professions. Its emphasis on the pragmatics of cognitive therapy makes it a valuable tool for therapy educators and supervisors. Among the existing books on cognitive therapy that emphasize its theoretical foundations, this stands out as a concise, practical guide.****"--Sara J. Knight, PhD, Northwestern University Medical Schools
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"Judith Beck has written an uncommonly useful text both for therapists who want to learn about the concepts and procedures of cognitive therapy as well as for those involved in clinical teaching and supervision. All too often the phrase `cognitive therapy' is applied to any effort at helping people construe their world in more productive ways. But it is more subtle and more complex than simply telling a person to stop thinking in a particular way. This lucid, informative book makes the job of understanding cognitive therapy and how to apply it a good deal clearer and easier. I look forward to assigning it to my graduate students."--Gerald C. Davison, PhD, Dean and Professor of Psychology, Annenberg School for Communication, Univ of Southern California; Past President, Assoc for Advancement of Behavior Therapy) l' ^4 N1 j+ S, F; V6 X4 D

6 v5 X$ u. e2 i8 o"A practical, no-nonsense text that is extremely conprehensive and reader-friendly. Throughout the book, Ms. Beck offers clinical examples taken from actual transcripts of therapy sessions that clearly and practically illustrate each technique and concept...an important, timely, and valuable resource for psychiatric professionals who engage in formal cognitive behavioral therapy or who practice cognitive behavioral techniques in other contexts. This text provides a clarity of conceptualization and a review of techniques that will prove extremely useful to students as well as experienced therapists. This volume certainly will serve as the basic text for cognitive behavioral therapists and should be necessary reading for psychiatric professionals."--D. Thomas Blair in Journal of Psychosocial Nursing. f1 X& e8 U, o6 R2 X% Z" S1 Z: Z
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"This is not just another book about cognitive therapy, or even abouth Aaron Beck's official brand of cognitive therapy. This book is really written for therapists and those training therapists. The essence of this book is not only a clear and scholarly presentation of cognitive therapy, but straight advice on how to overcome specific problems in introducing a patient (or therapist in training) to cognitive therapy. The appendixes include a case summary worksheet, reaading list for therapists, reading list for patients, and other resources." --Clinical Gerontologist* r: s, y( v  V" I1 A

8 K( }6 `8 v9 \' @7 i"An invaluable text for mental health professionals who want a theoretical and pragmatic reference in their attempts to deal effectively with managed care....This product is complemented by contemporary clinical examples, giving the reader a sense of empowerment about his or her own clinical potential as a cognitive therapist....Whether readers are graduate students getting their first exposure to cognitive therapy or seasoned professionals wanting a refresher on cognitive theory, Dr. Beck's book will satisfy most all professional training needs." --Psychiatric Services
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" This valuable resource will enable therapists to strengthen their skills in cognitive therapy, a therapeutic approach whose effectiveness is repeatedly supported in research trials." --The Psychotherapy Newsletter, April 1996, Nancy Rosen, MSW, Executive Director of Suicide Prevention and Crisis Service of Tompkins County in Ithaca, NY
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1 R) C$ p. v; S! sNamed one of the "Best Books of the Year" (1996) by Doody's Rating Service
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; |+ L1 b+ U5 R% A    * Hardcover: 338 pages9 P9 w9 M; g$ ]! a
    * Publisher: The Guilford Press; 1 edition (May 19, 1995)
9 U. O  |2 A4 v! n+ ~$ ~    * Language: English
7 r6 t/ T6 \+ K$ }# M) N" E    * ISBN-10: 08986284744 m7 i2 {* @3 v$ N% T
    * ISBN-13: 978-0898628470

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2009-1-10 17:12, 下载次数: 15 , 售价: 开心果 10  [记录]  [购买]

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绝对是好书。认知疗法的经典之作。
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买了中文版的书,但是里面提到的很多表格书里都没有,所以想找英文版的看看。
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还不能下啊。。但很想看啊。。

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的确是好书 偶读 过

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this is really a great book. / T' r0 {4 U! B1 V1 [
it tells you the structure and content of CBT sessions
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我也想下载啊,没有开心果。。。。不知道改怎么赚好。

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