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Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Depression: A New Approach to Preventing Relapse #2020

Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy for Depression A New Approach to Preventing Relapse Foreword by Jon Kabat ZinnI The Challenge of DepressionIntroduction Depression The Scope of the Problem Cognition Mood and the Nature of Depressive Relapse Developing Mindfulness Based Cognitive

  • Title: Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Depression: A New Approach to Preventing Relapse
  • Author: Zindel V. Segal John D. Teasdale Mark Williams Jon Kabat-Zinn
  • ISBN: 9781572307063
  • Page: 302
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Depression: A New Approach to Preventing Relapse By Zindel V. Segal John D. Teasdale Mark Williams Jon Kabat-Zinn, Foreword by Jon Kabat ZinnI The Challenge of DepressionIntroduction1 Depression The Scope of the Problem2 Cognition, Mood, and the Nature of Depressive Relapse3 Developing Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy4 Models in MindII Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy5 The Eight Session Program How and Why6 Automatic Pilot Session 17 Dealing with Barriers Session 28.Foreword by Jon Kabat ZinnI The Challenge of DepressionIntroduction1 Depression The Scope of the Problem2 Cognition, Mood, and the Nature of Depressive Relapse3 Developing Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy4 Models in MindII Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy5 The Eight Session Program How and Why6 Automatic Pilot Session 17 Dealing with Barriers Session 28 Mindfulness of the Breath Session 39 Staying Present Session 410 Allowing Letting Be Session 511 Thoughts Are Not Facts Session 612 How Can I Best Take Care of Myself Session 713 Using What Has Been Learned to Deal with Future Moods Session 8III Evaluation and Dissemination14 Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy on Trial15 Going Further Further Reading, Websites, and AddressesEpilogue

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    1. This book very cogently describes an intervention to prevent the recurrence of depression that the authors tested using randomized controlled trials They found that the intervention is helpful for individuals who have had two or instances of depression Aside from brief forays into science, the book is very accessible If anything I thought that there were too many testimonial style stories The thing that I did like was the great description of how to administer the intervention, complete with co [...]

    2. I do believe CBT isn t as useful without mindful attitudes, but this approach wasn t as inspiring as I d hoped it would be This is the clinical practice book There is also a self help version which is manageable if you don t plan to facilitate groups and aren t interested in the details of the thought process behind the program I really liked reading the research part.

    3. I really liked this second edition The authors did a great job of incorporating all the learnings that have emerged through experience and research since the first edition I felt inspired to teach until I read requirement 4 of the Training Guidelines for teaching MBCT, and then I just felt tired In some ways, I feel that this might not recognise that many mental health professionals aspire to be broadly and deepishly across a range of psychological interventions, rather than dedicated to one Any [...]

    4. Luin t m n suomenkielisen Mindfulness masennuksen hoidossa Segal, Williams, Teasdale vuoden aikana v hitellen Kirja oli hyvin ja selke sti kirjoitettu ja kuvasi my s tutkimusta aiheesta sek sis lsi hyvi harjoituksia ja tietoa niiden soveltamisesta.

    5. In Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy for Depression, the authors bring an Eastern approach to managing the increasingly common issue of depression Just last week, an article in the news proclaimed that 1 in 10 Americans are on antidepressants , and that most of them do not seek therapy in conjunction with pharmaceutical treatment This is unfortunate Antidepressants drugs do not provide a long term cure Their effects do not outlast their use They can be instrumental in keeping a depressive epis [...]

    6. Lise Baltzer om Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy for Depression A New Approach to Preventing RelapseHer er mindfulness instrukt rens bibel S dan sat lidt p spidsen, alts , for metoder skal selvf lgelig udvikles, opdateres og tilpasses ny evidens Mindfulness Based Cognitive Therapy for Depression giver det fulde overblik over MBCT programmets opbygning, indhold og rationale Bogen indeholder desuden step by step anvisninger p , hvordan du som mindfulness instrukt r instruerer det klassiske MBCT [...]

    7. About half way through struggling to finish reading it, at first I was eager to learn about the combination of CBT and mindfulness, but the book feels like its a departure from CBT and embrace of eastern philosophy Which is hard to call therapy, at least in my current position, where i answer heavily to medicaid Hoping to finish and see it reconnect with CBT in a way that brings two ideas together.Never finished.

    8. There is a newer ed book show 1Has been on pause for a couple months and now I let it get overdue Got to page 46 that is, through most of the history part but none of the actual stuff that can be applied sigh

    9. This book and daily meditation have changed my life And I read it for class, not because I m depressed Being fully present in our lives can benefit all of us, not just those who have problems with depression Life is short and there s so much out there to enjoy so stop thinking about the future or the past and be in the moment

    10. The second edition of this book subtly revises the groundbreaking 2002 version It retains its exemplary clarity and remains an essential guide for anyone wanting to teach mindfulness The revisions mostly bring slight changes in the methodology stemming from experience, but they also fill important gaps, especially on Inquiry.

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