1. Introductory Information for Therapists ; 2. Screening and Assessment ; 3. Age-Related Issues that Affect CBT ; Part I. Early Phase of Therapy ; 4. Module 1: Introduction to Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy ; 5. Module 2: Identifying Target Complaints and Setting Goals ; Part II. Middle Phase of Therapy ; 6. Module 3: Doing Tools ; 7. Module 4: Thinking Tools ; 8. Module 5: Feeling Tools ; 9. Module 6: Communication Tools ; Part III. Late Phase of Therapy ; 10. Module 7: Termination
Dolores Gallagher-Thompson is Research Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science, Stanford University. Larry W. Thompson is The Goldman Family Professor of Psychology, Pacific Graduate School; Professor Emeritus, Stanford University.
This is one of the most comprehensive descriptions of practical CBT that I have read and, even without the client workbook, it does stand alone as a useful workbook for trainee CBT therapists and as a reference book for the more experienced therapist. * Healthcare Counselling and Psychotherapy Journal * The authors' experience of working with this group is evident and their advice invaluable; particularly so for clinicians who may be new to this client group. It is structured such that once familiar with the protocol, the reader can quickly refer to a specific technique detailed in the book. Although the book is written by American authors it lends itself extremely well to UK practice and overall would make an excellent choice for any clinician practising CBT with older adults. * The Journal of Critical Psychology, Counselling and Psychotherapy, March 2013 *