By Susan Young, Jessica Bramham(auth.)
The 1st version of this ebook brought the Young-Bramham Programme, a pioneering method of cognitive behavioural remedy for ADHD in adults, which used to be well-received via scientific and educational groups alike. in keeping with the most recent findings within the box, the authors have increased the second one version to include remedy ideas not just for adults, but additionally for children with ADHD.
- Updates the confirmed Young-Bramham Programme for use not just with adults but additionally with children, who're making the tough transition from baby to grownup providers
- New version of an influential advisor to treating ADHD past adolescence which encompasses the hot progress in medical wisdom of ADHD besides released therapy directions
- Chapter structure offers a normal creation, an outline of useful deficits, evaluate tools, CBT ideas to the matter, and a template for staff supply
Chapter 1 creation (pages 3–20):
Chapter 2 providing the Young?Bramham Programme (pages 21–36):
Chapter three cognizance Module (pages 39–53):
Chapter four reminiscence Module (pages 54–63):
Chapter five association and Time?Management Module (pages 64–90):
Chapter 6 Impulsivity Module (pages 91–107):
Chapter 7 Problem?Solving Module (pages 111–128):
Chapter eight Interpersonal Relationships Module (pages 129–152):
Chapter nine nervousness Module (pages 153–181):
Chapter 10 Frustration and Anger Module (pages 182–202):
Chapter eleven Low?Mood and melancholy Module (pages 203–220):
Chapter 12 Sleep Module (pages 221–242):
Chapter thirteen Substance Misuse Module (pages 243–266):
Chapter 14 getting ready for the longer term Module (pages 269–284):
Read Online or Download Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy for ADHD in Adolescents and Adults: A Psychological Guide to Practice, Second Edition PDF
Similar therapy books
Psychotherapy is a 'talking cure'- consumers voice their problems to therapists, who hear, suggested, query, interpret and customarily attempt to interact in a good and rehabilitating dialog with their consumers. utilizing the delicate theoretical and methodological gear of dialog research - an intensive method of how language in interplay works - this publication sheds gentle at the sophisticated and minutely organised sequences of speech in psychotherapeutic classes.
Access Inhibitors in HIV treatment offers the present prestige of this rather new and hugely dynamic category of inhibitors and offers a special assessment of stumbling blocks and issues for HIV access inhibition in comparison to different antiretroviral objectives. The introductory chapters of this e-book current an summary of access inhibitors, evaluate present wisdom of ways Env mediates access, and talk about the problem of genetic range during this sector of the viral genome.
Could be shipped from US. Used books would possibly not comprise spouse fabrics, could have a few shelf put on, could include highlighting/notes, won't contain CDs or entry codes. a hundred% a reimbursement warrantly.
The continual development within the knowing of molecular procedures of disorder formation and development attributes an expanding value to biomedical molecular imaging tools. the aim of this workshop was once to debate and assessment a number of purposes and rising applied sciences within the region of diagnostic imaging together with its primary services in preclinical study, the possibilities for therapy, and the choices regarding healing ideas.
- Schmerz: Chronische Schmerzen - Individuelle Schmerztherapien - Schmerzambulanz - Naturheilverfahren
- Epigenetic Therapy of Cancer: Preclinical Models and Treatment Approaches
- Phoenix: Therapeutic Patterns of Milton H. Erickson
- Reichian Therapy: The Technique, for Home Use
- Inpatient Behavior Therapy for Children and Adolescents
Extra resources for Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy for ADHD in Adolescents and Adults: A Psychological Guide to Practice, Second Edition
This involves education about the disorder by: adopting psychoeducational techniques; overcoming ambivalence by drawing on motivational interviewing decisional balance techniques; cognitive-restructuring and reframing the past by challenging negative automatic thoughts; self-monitoring performance; recognizing errors in thinking; and evaluating cognitive distortions and misattributions. Whenever possible, it will also be important to elicit core beliefs the individual holds about him/herself, other people and the world.
Many people feel relieved after they have received a diagnosis of ADHD. They say they always knew there was something wrong and it is reassuring to know that it is not their fault. Although people have often thought about ADHD for some time before receiving the diagnosis, hearing the words ‘you have ADHD’ can still be a shock requiring emotional adjustment. Many people report that, following diagnosis, they experience an emotional reaction such as feelings of regret, guilt, and sadness, which are natural and part of an acceptance process.
Nevertheless, a cycle is re-entered by the ADHD individual positively reframing the negative outcome, causing them to try again in the hope of achieving success. This explains the resilience commonly found in people with ADHD and suggests that this is underpinned by selfefficacy. Therefore the way they interact is associated with their ability to continually compensate and adapt. This adaptive aspect of the syndrome may be expressed creatively in innovative and entrepreneurial endeavours and personality characteristics (Young, 2005).