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Mastery of Your Anxiety and Panic: Therapist Guide, Fifth Edition
Michelle G. Craske and David H. Barlow
Oxford University Press (TTW) / Softcover / 2022-06-01 / 0197584055
Empirically Based Therapy
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Now in its fifth edition, Mastery of Your Anxiety and Panic, Therapist Guide provides practitioners with the tools necessary to deliver effective treatment for panic disorder and agoraphobia. Reflecting the most up-to-date research on etiology and treatment, as well as cutting-edge scientific information on inhibitory learning, this guide provides step-by-step instructions for teaching clients the skills to overcome their fear of panic and panic attacks, as well as techniques for addressing atypical and problematic responses. The program is organized by skill, enabling therapists to tailor treatment to individual clients, and case vignettes illustrate how panic disorder presents differently in clients-and how therapists can respond accordingly. The book also includes a chapter on adapting the treatment for effective delivery in 6 sessions within primary care and related settings. Written in accessible language aimed at facilitating comprehension and easy implementation, and complete with worksheets and activities to support learning, this Therapist Guide is a gold-standard one-of-a-kind resource that has been recommended for use by public health services around the world.

Table of Contents:

PART I: BASICS

Chapter 1: Introductory Information for Therapists

Chapter 2: The Nature of Panic Disorder and Agoraphobia

Chapter 3: Outline of Treatment Procedures and Basic Principles Underlying Treatment

Chapter 4: Introduction to the Program

Chapter 5: Learning to Record Panic and Anxiety

Chapter 6: Negative Cycles of Panic and Agoraphobia

Chapter 7: Panic Attacks Are Not Harmful

PART II: COPING SKILLS

Chapter 8: Establishing a Hierarchy of Agoraphobia Situations

Chapter 9: Breathing Skills

Chapter 10: Thinking Skills

PART III: EXPOSURE TO FEARED SYMPTOMS AND SITUATIONS

Chapter 11: Facing Physical Symptoms

Chapter 12: Facing Agoraphobia Situations

Chapter 13: Involving Others

PART IV: PLANNING FOR THE FUTURE

Chapter 14: Medications

Chapter 15: Accomplishments, Maintenance, and Relapse Prevention

Chapter 16: Therapist Guide for Brief Six-Session Version for Primary Care and Related Settings MAP Workbook

Appendix: Assessments for Panic Disorder

About the Authors:

Michelle G. Craske, PhD is Distinguished Professor of Psychology, Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences, Miller Family Endowed Term Chair, Director of the Anxiety and Depression Research Center, and Associate Director of the Staglin Family Music Center for Behavioral and Brain Health, at UCLA. She has published extensively in the area of fear, anxiety and depression and has been the recipient of extramural funding since 1993 for research pertaining to cognitive, behavioral, psychophysiological and neural risk factors for anxiety and depression that have informed novel treatments; innovative approaches to optimizing therapies such as virtual reality; and implementing scalable treatment models to underserved populations.

David H. Barlow is Professor of Psychology and Psychiatry, Emeritus and the Founder of the Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders at Boston University. He has published over 650 articles and chapters and over 90 books and clinical manuals. He is the recipient of numerous awards, including honorary degrees from the University of Vermont and William James College, and the two highest awards in psychology, the Distinguished Scientific Award for Applications of Psychology from the American Psychological Association and James McKeen Cattell Fellow Award from the Association for Psychological Science honoring individuals for their lifetime of significant intellectual achievements in applied psychological research.


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