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Combining CBT and Medication. An Evidence-Based Approach. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 2216997
  • Book
  • May 2011
  • 256 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Combining medication and cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) can be challenging but can also enhance patient care. This book reviews the existing literature about the neurobiological and clinical basis in combining CBT and medication for non-psychiatrist mental health clinicians. Filled with case studies drawn from the author's extensive clinical and teaching experience, this book breaks new ground in bringing together the most current, proven protocols for using drugs and CBT to improve client care. Practitioners will find in this volume the tools to make informed recommendations to patients.
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Preface v

1 Medication Versus CBT: How Did That Happen? 1

2 Neurobiological Evidence and Combined Treatment 9

3 Dual Responsibility Treatment: Principles That Facilitate Collaborative Patient Care 19

4 Combining CBT Interventions and Medication to Enhance Medication Adherence 35

5 Combined Treatment for Major Depression 55

6 Combined Treatment for Bipolar Disorder 81

7 Combined Treatment for Anxiety Disorders 103

8 Combined Treatment for Eating Disorders 119

9 Combined Treatment for Schizophrenia 139

10 Combined Treatment for Borderline Personality Disorder 159

11 Combined Treatment in Pregnancy 181

12 Combined Treatment for Substance Abuse and Dependence - written with Samson Gurmu, M.D. 193

References 209

Author Index 235

Subject Index 243

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Donna M. Sudak Friends Hospital, Philadelphia, PA.
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