Applications of the Unified Protocol for Transdiagnostic Treatment of Emotional Disorders

Download Applications of the Unified Protocol for Transdiagnostic Treatment of Emotional Disorders written by David H. Barlow, Todd J. Farchione in PDF format. This book is under the category Medicine and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 0190255544; 0190669713/9780190255541/ 9780190669713. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.


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David H. Barlow, Todd J. Farchione


Oxford University Press




371 pages






0190255544; 0190669713


9780190255541/ 9780190669713

Book Description

Recent conceptualization of depressive, anxious, and related “emotional” disorders have placed an emphasis, rather than on their differences, on their similarities. As a direct response to this, in recent years there has been a shift away from the traditional disorder-specific guide used in the treatment of these disorders and toward treatment approaches that place an emphasis on addressing psychological processes that appear to be common to a number of different types of mental illness. These “transdiagnostic” evidence-based treatments may turn out to be more cost effective, and they certainly have the potential to increase the availability of evidence-based treatments in order to fulfill an essential requirement in the area of public health. The Unified Protocol for Transdiagnostic Treatment of Emotional Disorders (UP), which was developed by Dr. David Barlow and associates, is the transdiagnostic treatment protocol that is the easiest to recognize and the one that is used the most frequently. There is empirical support for the use of this protocol.

Clinicians now have access to a “how to” manual in the form of Applications of the Unified Protocol for Transdiagnostic Treatment of Emotional Disorders (PDF), which details the utilization of the UP in the treatment of a wide variety of psychological disorders that are frequently experienced by adults. Every chapter focuses on a particular type of depressive, anxious, or related “emotional” disorder, and significant transdiagnostic processes are highlighted and discussed in relation to treatment. Case studies are utilized throughout the entirety of the book to illustrate the real-world application of this exclusive cognitive behavioral protocol and to educate clinicians on the nuts and bolts of evaluation, case formulation, and treatment in accordance with a transdiagnostic perspective. Case studies are used to teach clinicians in the nuts and bolts of evaluation, case formulation, and treatment in accordance with a transdiagnostic perspective

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Table of contents

Table of contents :
Series ForewordPrefaceAbout the EditorsContributors Chapter 1 The Unified Protocol for Transdiagnostic Treatment of Emotional Disorders: An IntroductionKatherine A. Kennedy and David H. BarlowChapter 2 Transdiagnostic Assessment and Case Formulation: Rationale and Application with the Unified ProtocolHannah Boettcher and Laren R. ConklinChapter 3 The Unified Protocol for Anxiety DisordersLaren R. Conklin, Todd J. Farchione, and Steven Dufour Chapter 4 The Unified Protocol for Obsessive-compulsive and Related DisordersJohanna Thompson-HollandsChapter 5 The Unified Protocol for Major Depressive DisorderJames F. Boswell, Laren R. Conklin, Jennifer M. Oswald, and Matteo BugattiChapter 6 The Unified Protocol for Bipolar and Comorbid Disorders Kristen K. Ellard, Emily Bernstein, Andrew A. Nierenberg, and Thilo DeckersbacChapter 7 The Unified Protocol for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Matthew W. GallagherChapter 8 The Unified Protocol for Comorbid Alcohol Use and Anxiety DisordersTodd J. Farchione, Tracie M. Goodness, and Katelyn M. E. WilliamsChapter 9 The Unified Protocol for Eating DisordersChristina L. Boisseau and James F. BoswellChapter 10 The Unified Protocol for Insomnia DisorderJacqueline R. Bullis and Shannon Sauer-ZavalaChapter 11 The Unified Protocol for Nonsuicidal and Suicidal Self-InjuryKate H. Bentley, Shannon Sauer-Zavala, Clair Cassiello-Robbins, and Stephanie VentoChapter 12 The Unified Protocol for Borderline Personality Disorder Shannon Sauer-Zavala, Kate H. Bentley and Julianne G. WilnerChapter 13 The Unified Protocol for Chronic PainLaura A. PayneChapter 14 The Unified Protocol for Complex, Highly Comorbid CasesHeather Murray Latin and Clair Cassiello-RobbinsChapter 15 Group Treatment Applications of the Unified ProtocolJacqueline R. Bullis, Kate H. Bentley and Katherine A. KennedyChapter 16 Cross-cultural Applications of the Unified Protocol: Examples from Japan and ColombiaAmantia Ametaj, Nina Wong Sarver, Obianujunwa Anakwenze, Masaya Ito, Michel Ratner and Ramya PotluriChapter 17 The Unified Protocol: Future Directions Clair Cassiello-Robbins, Heather Murray Latin, and Shannon Sauer-ZavalaReferencesIndex

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