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Cognitive-Behavorial Therapies for Persons with Disabilities (New Directions in Cognitive-Behavior Therapy)
Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy for Persons with Disabilities
Written for clinicians this book provides condensed and accessible advice to the approaches for treating patients with various conditions including: ADHD, Learning Difficulties and Autism to Amputation, Visual disabilities and Spinal Injury, using CBT.
Addressing the psychological needs of the patients this is essential reading.
CBT has been used for many years and during the last 10 years has become a treatment of choice for many. This means that there is a great need for more understanding of what is involved and how CBT helps and can be used, along with advice and help for therapists whose bookshelves deserve a copy of this book. Also of use to those who wish to understand more about the concept of CBT either those who are considering using this form of treatment option or those who care for someone who is undergoing CBT.
Sarah-Jayne Bass (formerly Caroline Hensby) - adders.org
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