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Treating Later-Life Depression

A Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Approach, Workbook

Ann Choryan Bilbrey & Leah P. Dick-Siskin & Dolores Gallagher-Thompson & Ann M. Steffen & Larry W. Thompson

Treating Later-Life Depression

TREATMENTS THAT WORK

Treating Later-Life Depression

A Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Approach, Workbook

TREATMENTS THAT WORK: Treating Later-Life Depression

 

Written to be used in collaboration with a qualified mental health professional, Treating Later-Life Depression: Workbook is designed to address and alleviate depression and related concerns (chronic pain, sleep problems, anxiety, brain health, family caregiving and grief) in middle-aged and older adults.


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Beschrijving TREATMENTS THAT WORK: Treating Later-Life Depression

Depression is a leading mental health concern in aging individuals. Written to be used in collaboration with a qualified mental health professional, Treating Later-Life Depression: Workbook is designed to address and alleviate depression and related concerns (chronic pain, sleep problems, anxiety, brain health, family caregiving and grief) in middle-aged and older adults. This practical Workbook, along with its companion Clinician Guide,
reflects the latest scientific and clinical advances in cognitive-behavioral therapy for age-related problems, in individual, group, and telehealth formats. Along with learning how to re-engage in a meaningful daily life, individuals will build skills using personalized change strategies such as problem solving, relaxation
training, self-compassion, reframing unhelpful thoughts and effective communication practices, among others. The Workbook closes with resources to support middle-aged and older adults' ongoing efforts at achieving and maintaining a greater sense of wellbeing.


ISBN
9780190068394
Pagina's
384
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Serie
TREATMENTS THAT WORK
NUR
770
Druk
2
Uitvoering
Paperback / softback
Taal
Engels
Uitgever
OUP USA

Psychologie