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Treating Stress and Anxiety: A Practitioner's Guide to Evidence-Based Approaches
By Lillian Nejad, Katerina Volny
Accessible and practical, Treating Stress and Anxiety: A Practitioner's Guide to Evidence-Based Approaches provides clinicians and therapists with a guide to evidenced-based techniques that help reduce stress and anxiety as well as enhance quality of life. The techniques discussed are aimed at adults and help clinicians deliver best practice treatments to individuals and groups with anxiety and stress related issues, as well as those who would generally benefit from building up their emotional resilience. Written for both experienced and novice clinicians alike, it provides straightforward information primarily focusing on cognitive-behavioural approaches for both individuals and groups.
This manual will be invaluable to a wide variety of professionals including psychologists, psychiatrists, medical practitioners, mental health workers, and social workers. The companion CD includes a comprehensive array of handouts and worksheets written in straightforward, uncomplicated language to assist practitioners to be able to pass their knowledge on to their clients easily and effectively.