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REBT in the Treatment of Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adults - Ioana Alina Cristea


Year 2016

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Chapter 1 General Overview1.1 Anxiety Disorders: General Overview1.2 Distinguishing Normal Fear and Anxiety1.3 Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adolescents1.4 Rational-Emotive and Cognitive-Behavior Therapy1.5 General Overview of the Present BookReferencesPart I Treatment of Anxiety Disorders in AdultsChapter 2 Rational-Emotive and Cognitive-Behavior Therapy for Generalized Anxiety Disorder2.1 Generalized Anxiety Disorder2.2 Key Elements of the REBT Intervention for GAD: A Therapist Guide2.2.1 Primary Outcomes and Secondary Outcomes2.2.2 Treatment Goals2.2.3 Session by Session Structure2.3 REBT Intervention for GAD: A Patient Guide2.3.1 Aim of the REBT Anxiety Manual2.3.2 Definitions2.3.3 What Is REBT?2.3.4 Managing Anxiety with Cognitive Techniques: The Power of Our Thoughts2.3.5 Managing Anxiety with Behavioral Techniques2.3.6 Beyond REBT Treatment2.4 Recommended Readings for PatientsReferencesChapter 3 Rational-Emotive and Cognitive-Behavior Therapy Using Virtual Reality (RE&CBT-VR): A Short Protocol for Social Anxiety Disorder3.1 Therapist Guide3.1.1 Population3.1.2 SAD and Its Treatment Using CBT/RE&CBT Interventions3.1.3 The CBT/REBT's Model of SAD3.1.4 CBT and VRET for SAD3.2 Assessment Tools Used in RE&CBT-VRDiagnosis MeasuresAffective Symptom MeasuresBehavioral Symptom MeasuresPhysiological MeasuresCognitive Mechanisms MeasuresVirtual Reality Presence and Immersion Measures3.3 Rational-Emotive and Cognitive-Behavior Therapy Using Virtual Reality (RE&CBT-VR) for Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD): A Short Protocol in Four Sessions3.3.1 Key Elements of the RE&CBT-VR Intervention3.3.2 Session StructureReferencesFurther ReadingPart II Treatment of Anxiety Disorders in Children and AdolescentsChapter 4 Rational-Emotive and Cognitive-Behavior Therapy (RE&BT) Treatment Protocol for Anxiety in Children and Adolescents4.1 The Causes of Childhood Anxiety Disorders4.2 The Treatment of Childhood Anxiety Disorders4.3 REBT for Childhood Anxiety Disorders: A Treatment Protocol4.4 REBT for Childhood Anxiety Disorders: Therapist Guide4.4.1 Key Elements of the REBT Intervention4.4.2 Session Structure4.5 Therapist Resources4.5.1 Explaining the Difference Between Functional and Dysfunctional Emotions (with an Emphasis on Anxiety and Fear)4.5.2 Being in Control of Your Body: Controlling Anxious Arousal4.5.3 Spin Thoughts Key: How Your Thoughts Make You Anxious4.5.4 Gain Control over Your Behavior: Overcome Avoidance4.5.5 Remain in the Control of Your Emotions!ReferencesChapter 5 Rational Stories for Children. A Rational Emotive Education Protocol for Approaching Anxiety in Children and Adolescents Based on the Stories Book The Retmagic and Wonderful Adventures of Retman5.1 The Cognitive-Behavioral Conceptualization of Child and Adolescent Anxiety5.2 CBT and RE&CBT for Approaching Child and Adolescent Anxiety: Formats5.3 Therapeutic Stories and Rational Stories5.4 Clinical Assessment Tools5.5 The RETMAN's Rational Stories Protocol for Child and Adolescent Anxiety5.5.1 Key Elements of the Protocol5.5.2 The Content of the RETMAN's Rational Stories5.5.3 Session StructureAppendixReferences
 
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