Managing Anxiety: A Training Manual by Helen KennerleyManaging Anxiety: A Training Manual by Helen Kennerley

Managing Anxiety: A Training Manual

byHelen Kennerley

Paperback | October 1, 1994

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This book sets out an alternative psychological approach to anxiety states which has been demonstrated to be as effective as drug therapy, while being no more expensive to use. The approach involves teaching self-help skills to anxious individuals so that they can take control of their ownanxiety symptoms. This practical guide provides clear guidelines for anxiety or stress management for a wide range of disorders. It is appropriate for use by psychologists and non-psychologists, and is suitable for trainees and fully qualified health or occupational professionals alike. The new edition contains more comprehensive client information sheets to promote self-help. Also, the scope of book has been broadened to include new sections on post-traumatic stress disorder and executive stress or burnout for therapist guidance and self-help sections on assertiveness and timemanagement.
Helen Kennerley is at The Warneford Hospital, Oxford.
Title:Managing Anxiety: A Training ManualFormat:PaperbackDimensions:226 pages, 8.5 × 5.43 × 0.51 inPublished:October 1, 1994Publisher:Oxford University Press

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0192624423

ISBN - 13:9780192624420


Table of Contents

IntroductionPart I: Background and information1. Anxiety2. Control3. Dealing with avoidance4. Self-management and ending therapy5. Section summaryPart II: Preparatory notes for the therapist6. Anxiety7. Control8. Dealing with avoidance9. Self-management and ending therapy10. Section summaryPart III: Working with your client11. Anxiety12. Control13. Dealing with avoidance14. Self-management and ending therapy15. Section summaryPart IV: Appendices1. Group work2. Medication3. Coping with insomnia4. Instructions for making relaxation tapes6. Book list and useful addressesReferencesIndex