Like all the books in the Wiley Concise Guides to Mental Health Series, Anxiety Disorders features a compact, easy-to-use format that includes: vignettes and case illustrations; a practical approach that emphasizes real-life treatment over theory; resources for specific readers such as clinicians, patients, and family members. Ideal for new and seasoned practitioners, this educational resource is an indispensable reference for busy professionals. --- from the publisher
art I: Conceptualization and Assessment
Chapter 1 Overview of the Anxiety Disorders
Chapter 2 Assessment of the Anxiety Disorders.
Chapter 3 What we know about treatment for the anxiety disorders.
Chapter 4 Case conceptualization and treatment planning
Part II: Treatment of Anxiety Disorders
Chapter 5 Psychoeducation
Chapter 6 Cognitive tools
Chapter 7 In vivo exposure
Chapter 8 Imaginal exposure
Chapter 9 Other CBT techniques: assertiveness, problem solving, relaxation, etc.
Chapter 10 Termination and relapse prevention
Part III: Additional Issues and Treatment Considerations
Chapter 11 Other treatment approaches (ACT, IPT, etc)
Chapter 12 Special issues in treating anxiety in children and adolescents
Chapter 13 Consultation and collaboration with multidisciplinary professionals
Chapter 14 Group therapy with anxiety disorders and Family and Couples Therapy
Chapter 15 Supervision
Chapter 16 Clinician's top 10 concerns and challenges with treating anxiety
List of treatment manuals and recommended self-help books for clients