Evidence-Based Treatment Planning for Depression DVD by Arthur E. JongsmaEvidence-Based Treatment Planning for Depression DVD by Arthur E. Jongsma

Evidence-Based Treatment Planning for Depression DVD

byArthur E. Jongsma, Timothy J. Bruce

Mass Market Paperback | April 19, 2010

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This DVD addresses the challenges many practitioners face in assimilating results from psychotherapy research into their  treatment plans. Evidence-Based Treatment Planning for Depression DVD discusses depression and its diagnosis; the steps  involved in psychotherapy treatment planning, empirically supported  treatments for depression, and how to integrate objectives and  intervention consistent those treatments into a treatment plan.  Role-play scenarios illustrate selected aspects of the empirically  supported treatments, including cognitive restructuring, behavioral activation, and problem solving. A corresponding workbook can be used in  conjunction with the DVD as a self-paced or collaborative learning  tool.
Title:Evidence-Based Treatment Planning for Depression DVDFormat:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:7.6 × 5.4 × 0.55 inPublished:April 19, 2010Publisher:WileyLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0470415061

ISBN - 13:9780470415061

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Table of Contents

I. Introduction to Depression.

Diagnosing Depression.

II. An Overview of Empirically Supported Treatments (ESTs) for Depression.

Behavioral Therapy/Behavioral Activation.

Cognitive Therapy.

Interpersonal Therapy.

Problem-Solving Therapy.

Self-Management/Self-Control Therapy.

Cognitive Behavioral Analysis System of Psychotherapy.

III. Six Essential Elements of Treatment Planning.

Identify the Primary and Secondary Problems.

Describe the Problem's Behavioral Manifestation (often using DSM Criteria).

Arrive at a Diagnosis.

Define and Select Long Term Goals.

Define and Create Short Term Objectives.

Define and Create Therapeutic Interventions.

IV. Empirically Informing a Treatment Planning with ESTs for Depression.

Using Research Evidence to Inform the Entire Treatment Process.

What are Your Client's Symptoms?

What are Common Long Term Goals for Treatment?

How Do ESTs Inform Short Term Objectives and Therapeutic Interventions?

Assessment Stage.

Psychoeducation Stage.

Treatment Stage.

Vignette Demonstrating Cognitive Restructuring.

Critique of the Vignette Demonstration.

Vignette Demonstrating Behavioral Activation.

Critique of the Vignette Demonstration.

Vignette Demonstrating Problem Solving.

Critique of the Vignette Demonstration.

Application of Interpersonal Strategies.

Description of Key Elements of the Procedure.

Other Common Treatment Approaches.

Unexpressed Anger Turned Inward.

Support and Reinforce Positive Self-Esteem.

Monitor Suicide Potential Continually.

Stage of Change Enhancement. 

Antidepressant Medication.

Common Considerations in Relapse Prevention.

Distinguish Between Lapse and Relapse.

Identify Early Warning Signs of Relapse.

Review Skills Learned in Therapy.

Develop a Plan for Coping with Challenges.

Application of Relapse Prevention to Depression.

Empirically Supported Relapse Prevention Programs for Depression.

V. Summary and Closing.

Editorial Reviews

Overall, I believe this is the best introduction to evidence-based treatment for panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, and depression available. The treatments are presented in a clear and straightforward manner. The use of video to demonstrate the actual application of the major therapeutic strategies will lead to enhanced learning compared to written materials alone. I highly recommend this to anyone wanting to teach themselves to use these treatments, as well as teachers, professors, or lecturers looking for training materials for students and beginning therapists in this area. William C. Sanderson, PhD Professor of Psychology Hofstra University