Ultra-brief Cognitive Behavioral Interventions ― A New Practice Model for Mental Health and Integrated Care
  • Ultra-brief Cognitive Behavioral Interventions ― A New Practice Model for Mental Health and Integrated Care

  • ISBN13:9780815384939
  • 出版社:Routledge
  • 作者:Len Sperry; Vassilia Binensztok
  • 裝訂/頁數:精裝/350頁
  • 規格:24.1cm*16.5cm*2.5cm (高/寬/厚)
  • 出版日:2019/05/21
定  價:NT$6300元
優惠價: 95670
可得紅利積點:170 點




This book addresses the challenges of today’s rapidly changing mental health landscape, some of which includes shortened sessions practitioners are able to have with their patients, the integration of mental health providers into integrated primary care settings, and the increasing prominence of psychological conditions in those seeking medical care. Sperry and Binensztok predict that a new practice model will form to address both physical and psychological health whether in specialized mental health or integrated settings, and that utilizing focused interventions in brief treatment formats will be a key component of this new practice model. Their book offers a toolkit of effective interventions or methods that can be quickly and effectively applied to ameliorate specific symptoms, including CBT methods which can be utilized in a very brief time frame of 10-20 minutes. In section 1, the authors describe Ultra-Brief CBT and why it will be an effective tool within integrated care practice, and in section 2 they describe applications of ultra-brief interventions. This book equips emerging and experienced counselors and therapists with the necessary skills to meet the challenges facing mental health care today and in the future.

Len Sperry, MD, PhD, is a professor at Florida Atlantic University with extensive experience in mental health and integrated care settings. His 1000+ publications include: Behavioral Health and Treating Chronic Medical Conditions: Cognitive Behavioral Strategies and Integrative Protocols.

Vassilia Binensztok, PhD, is an instructor at Florida Atlantic University who has trained and coached mental health professionals in case conceptualization and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) approaches, with an emphasis on ultra-brief cognitive behavioral interventions.