By Michel J. Dugas, Melisa Robichaud

ISBN-10: 0415952115

ISBN-13: 9780415952118

By targeting the cognitive-behavioral version and therapies, Dugas and Robichaud current a close research of the etiology, evaluation, and remedy of Generalized anxiousness sickness (GAD).

Cognitive-Behavioral remedy for Generalized anxiousness sickness: From technological know-how to Practice offers a assessment of the empirical aid for the several types of GAD. It contains a certain description of the evaluation and step by step therapy of GAD (including many examples of therapist-client dialogue), information on remedy efficacy in person and team treatment, and concludes with an outline of upkeep and follow-up strategies.

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As such, it includes perceptions of problems, appraisals of oneself as a problem-solving agent, and expectations regarding problem-solving outcomes. Problem-solving skills, on the other hand, refer to the actual skills required to successfully solve everyday problems. These skills include: (1) defining the problem and formulating problem-solving goals; (2) generating alternative solutions; (3) choosing a solution; and (4) implementing the chosen solution and assessing its effectiveness. Overall, research has shown that worry and GAD are closely related to having a negative problem orientation, but that they are largely unrelated to knowledge of problem-solving skills.

Investigations of mental health prevalence rates in the community, women reported virtually double the rates of GAD than men. , 1991; Wittchen, Zhao, Kessler, & Eaton, 1994). The finding that women are more likely to have a diagnosis of GAD than men is consistent with the findings obtained for many other anxiety disorders. In the NCS, prevalence rates were found to be higher among women for panic disorder, agoraphobia without panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, and simple phobia. , 1994). A host of psychosocial and biological theories have been advanced to account for this gender difference, all of which may have an additive effect on the report of anxiety among women, but no definitive answer as to why women report more anxiety concerns than men has yet been found.

Further, participants in the increased intolerance of uncertainty condition reported more worry about the needs of the foundation than did participants in the decreased intolerance of uncertainty condition. Thus, this study provided support for the notion that level of intolerance of uncertainty can be modified and that change in intolerance of uncertainty leads to change in worry, thereby satisfying Conditions 3 and 4 for a causal risk factor as set out by Kraemer and her colleagues (1997). In another test of the causality hypothesis, we investigated precedence of change over the course of treatment for clients with GAD.

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