Emotion-Focused Cognitive Therapy

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John Wiley & Sons, Jan 29, 2010 - 212 pages
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Emotion Focused Cognitive Therapy argues that it is time for a new focus in psychotherapy based on emotion, and presents an innovative approach to the treatment of clients with emotional disorders.
  • Features an approach based on the latest work in cognition and emotion
  • Offers psychologists an innovative way of working in therapy
  • Draws on the strengths evidence-based cognitive behavioural and interpersonal approaches to psychotherapy
  • Provides relevant case examples throughout the text
  • Additional resources for the book available online here
 

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Contents

Acknowledgements
xi
1 Introduction
1
2 What is an Emotion?
17
3 Therapy
37
4 The Assessment of Emotion
55
5 Too Much Emotion
79
6 Too Little Emotion
103
7 Additional Topics
125
8 An Overview of EFCT
149
Appendices
165
References
181
Author Index
193
Subject Index
197
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Mick Power is Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Edinburgh. A practising clinical psychologist, Professor Power also holds a Chair at the University of Tromso in Norway and for several years has been a Research Advisor with the World Health Organization. He is a founding Editor of the journal Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy.

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