|* a guide to the concept of belief change in cognitive therapy, a key area of mental health practitioner training which no book has yet tackled|
* explores new insights into the nature of beliefs, and describes the scientific basis for the development of belief-based treatment strategies
* full of therapeutic approaches and real-world case studies that will be of practical use to clinicians in their everyday work
* new title in the Wiley Series in Clinical Psychology, the market-leading clinical brand with more than 70,000 books in print
* Adrian Wells is the series editor and a leading expert in the clinical field; his books with Wiley have together sold over 35,000 copies
From the Publisher:
Part of the Wiley Series in Clinical Psychology, Changing Beliefs in Cognitive Therapy provides a review and analysis of the concept of belief within cognitive therapy. The authors explore new insights into the nature of beliefs, describe the scientific basis for the development of treatment strategies, and provide a reference for clinicians to a range of the most effective and commonly used techniques.