This Companion Workbook to the Evidence–Based Psychotherapy Treatment Planning DVD is designed to be used in conjunction with the DVD, which is focused on informing mental health and addiction counselors about empirically informed treatment. It can also be used as part of a self–paced learning tool or as a team collaborative tool.
This Companion Workbook includes:
Summary highlights of content shown in the DVD
Chapter review test questions and answers
Empirical support chapter references
Clinical resource chapter references
Evidence–Based Psychotherapy Treatment Planning DVD / 978–0–470–41505–4
This DVD offers clear, step–by–step guidance on effective use of research evidence to inform the entire treatment planning process.
Evidence–Based Psychotherapy Treatment Planning DVD Facilitator′s Guide / 978–0–470–54853–0
The Facilitator′s Guide guides professionals in leading an educational training session.
Other DVDs, Facilitator Guides, and Workbooks in the Evidence–Based Psychotherapy Treatment Planning Video Series:
- Evidence–Based Treatment Planning for Depression
- Evidence–Based Treatment Planning for Panic Disorder
- Evidence–Based Treatment Planning for Social Anxiety Disorder
For more information on these and forthcoming titles in the Evidence–Based Psychotherapy Treatment Planning Video Series, visit us on the Web at wiley.com/psychology
Chapter 1 A Brief History of the Empirically Supported Treatments Movement?
Chapter 2 How are Empirically Supported Treatments Related to Evidence–Based Practice?
Chapter 3 What Are Advantages of Using Empirically Supported Treatments?
Chapter 4 What Are Limitations of Identified Empirically Supported Treatments?
Chapter 5 What Are the Six Steps in Building a Treatment Plan?
Chapter 6 How Do You Integrate Empirically Supported Treatments into Treatment Planning?
Closing Remarks and Resources.
Appendix A Chapter Review Test Question Answers Explained.
TIMOTHY J. BRUCE, PhD, is Professor and Interim Chair of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine at the University of Illinois College of Medicine in Peoria, Illinois, where he also directs medical student education. He is Executive Director of the Center for the Implementation of Empirically Informed Mental Health Practices, a state– and federally funded initiative to disseminate empirically informed psychological and pharmacological practices across Illinois.