Purpose: An interactive workbook designed to be used by individuals participating in group cognitive therapy.
Chapters of the Workbook include:
Setting Goals for Cognitive Group Therapy
Reasonable and Unreasonable Guilt
Automatic Thought Record
Constructive and Destructive Anger
Pleasure and Mastery
Dealing with Helplessness
What's Missing in My Life?
Dealing with Hopelessness
Page count: 147
Reviews of the ODL
"Overcoming Depression and Loss is an excellent example of the effective and efficient psychotherapies of the future. This workbook is on the cutting edge."
—Nicholas Cummings, Ph.D., Foundation for Behavioral Health
"Dr. White's workbook for Group Cognitive Therapy makes an important new contribution to the field of time-limited psychotherapy. All the major components of Beckian cognitive therapy are seamlessly interwoven into this clear, concise, instructive, and user-friendly manual that is sure to become a staple for education and practice in group psychotherapy. Dr. White's workbook is a highly usable and useful basis for conducting a powerful course of short-term cognitive therapy in a group setting. I enthusiastically recommend its use for training, clinical, and research purposes."
—Cory F. Newman, Ph.D.
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