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Collaborative Cognitive Behavioral Intervention in Social Work Practice: A Workbook

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Jacqueline Corcoran
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May 2014
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Collaborative Cognitive-Behavioral Social Work Intervention: A Workbook presents knowledge about behavioral and cognitive interventions in an easy-to-read manner. Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) can be an empowering approach to change, helping clients at the individual level learn how to take change painful feelings and harmful behaviors and manage their social environment by learning new skills. An abundance of examples allows the reader to see the diverse range of applications cognitive-behavioral interventions might have to social work, as well as how to deliver CBT in a way that is respectful of client circumstances and works with people collaboratively.

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SECTION 1: INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW
Chapter 1: Introduction and Overview of Cognitive-Behavioral Intervention
SECTION 2: BEHAVIORAL MODELS
Chapter 2: Classical Conditioning
Chapter 3: Operant Conditioning
Chapter 4: Assessment, Goal-Setting, and Evaluation
SECTION 3: COGNITIVE MODELS
Chapter 5: Cognitive Restructuring
SECTION 4: SKILL-BUILDING
Chapter 6: Behavioral Skill-Building
Chapter 7: Cognitive Coping
Chapter 8: Developing an Individualized Coping Plan
SECTION 5: COLLABORATION
Chapter 9: The Stages of Change and Motivational Interviewing
Chapter 10: Providing Information and Psychoeducation Collaboratively
Chapter 11: Modeling, Behavior Rehearsal, and Homework
APPENDIX I: Resources and Treatment Manuals for Child and Adolescent Problems
APPENDIX II: Resources and Treatment Manuals for Problems in Adults

About the author: 

Jacqueline Corcoran, PhD, is Professor of Social Work at Virginia Commonwealth University.

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