Protocol for a randomised controlled trial of risk screening and early intervention comparing childand family-focused cognitive-behavioural therapy for PTSD in children following accidental injury
- Thought Suppression, Catastrophizing, and Pain. Sullivan, Michael J. L.; Rouse, David; Bishop, Scott; Johnston, Sheila // Cognitive Therapy & Research;Oct97, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p555
This study examined the effects of thought suppression, prior to an experimental pain procedure, on subsequent pain experience. The study also examined the role of thought intrusions in mediating the relation between (1) thought suppression and pain, and (2) catastrophizing and pain....
- Labile Self-Esteem, Life Stress, and Depressive Symptoms: Prospective Data Testing A Model of Vulnerability. Roberts, John E.; Kassel, Jon D. // Cognitive Therapy & Research;Oct97, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p569
Recent theory and research suggests that labile self-esteem (SE) is an important dimension of vulnerability to depression (Butler, Hokanson, & Flynn, 1994; Roberts & Monroe, 1992, 1994, in press). In the present study, participants completed seven daily ratings of SE from which we derived a...
- Effect of Child-Relevant Cognitions on Mother's Mood: The Moderating Effect of Child-Trait Conceptions. Murray, Desiree; Sacco, William P. // Cognitive Therapy & Research;Feb98, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p47
A large literature suggests that cognition in close relationships influences interpersonal processes and outcomes. The present study sought to extend this area of inquiry by investigating whether valenced cognitions about a target-child influences mother's mood, whether preexisting trait...
- Study indicates physicians should incorporate cognitive... // Primary Care Weekly;1/22/96, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p8
Presents information on a Dutch study about cognitive behavioral therapy for patients who see their primary care physician with symptoms that have no medical explanation. How study was conducted; Findings of study.
- Usefullness of cognitive therapy. Walling, Anne D. // American Family Physician;6/1/1998, Vol. 57 Issue 11, p2864
Focuses on the benefits of cognitive therapy which is based on the premise that cognition influences feelings. Psychologic problems which ingrained negative thoughts contribute to; Information on sessions in cognitive therapy; Comparison of cognitive therapy and medication.
- Intervention cognitivo-comportementale auprÃ¨s des enfants et adolescents, tome 1 : Troubles intÃ©riorisÃ©s. Normand, Sébastien // Canadian Psychology;May2013, Vol. 54 Issue 2, p143
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- CBT with older people. Fothergill, Rick // Therapy Today;Dec2010, Vol. 21 Issue 10, p45
The article reviews the book "Cognitive Behavioural Therapy With Older People: Interventions for Those With and Without Dementia," by Ian Andrews James.
- Practice makes perfect. Sattaur, Omar // Therapy Today;Jul2012, Vol. 23 Issue 6, p43
The article reviews the book "Cognitive behavioural therapy: the essential guide," by Sarah Goldsmith Pascoe.
- Reviews. Big book of CBT. Davies, Elaine // Therapy Today;Nov2012, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p42
The article reviews the book "Big book of CBT," edited by Windy Dryden and Rhena Branch.
- Heal your pain. Brown, Jennifer // Self;Apr98, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p60
Presents information on the medication-free cognitive technique, Beyond Pain, designed to assist in easing physical discomfort through awareness and positive mental imaging. Who created the technique; Number of hospitals Beyond Pain has been broadcast via satellite to in the United States;...