Cognitive therapy in clinical practice: An illustrative casebook

Author(s) : Jan Scott, Author(s) : Mark Williams

Cognitive therapy in clinical practice: An illustrative casebook

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Discusses the use of cognitive therapy in a number of clinical contexts, including work with the physically ill, hypochondriacs, obsessional patients and those with eating problems. The study combines an overview of cognitive therapy with case studies that demonstrate particular applications.

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Mark Williams is Associate Professor of Global Medieval Literature at the University of Oxford and the author of Ireland's Immortals: A History of the Gods of Irish Myth. He writes with 'extraordinary erudition and devastating wit' (New York Review of Books).

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