David H. Barlow, Todd J. Farchione
Oxford University Press
Recent conceptualization of depressive; anxiety; and related “emotional” disorders stress their similarities instead of their differences. In response; there has been a movement in current years away from old-style disorder-specific guide for the treatment of these disorders and toward treatment approaches that emphasize on addressing psychological processes that appear to cut across disorders. These “transdiagnostic” evidence-based treatments may turn out to be more cost efficient and have the ability to increase availability of evidence-based treatments to meet an important public health need. Amongst clinicians; the Unified Protocol for Transdiagnostic Treatment of Emotional Disorders (UP); developed by Dr. David Barlow and associates; is the most identifiable and generally used transdiagnostic treatment protocol with empirical support for its use.
Applications of the Unified Protocol for Transdiagnostic Treatment of Emotional Disorders; (PDF) offers clinicians with a “how to” manual for using the UP to treat a wide range of commonly encountered psychological disorders in adults. Every chapter includes a specific depressive; anxiety; or related “emotional” disorder; and significant transdiagnostic processes are highlighted and discussed in relation to treatment. Case studies are utilized throughout to illustrate the real-world application of this exclusive cognitive behavioral protocol and 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