Clients seeking psychotherapy frequently suffer from both anxiety and depression, making treatment particularly challenging. In this video, internationally renowned therapist Donald Meichenbaum demonstrates a brief, effective approach for treating these comorbid disorders. Viewers follow a dramatic recreation of key moments in his 12-session course of therapy with Anna P., a 40-year-old woman who experiences recurrent bouts of panic in addition to a long history of depression.
By watching this video, you'll gain increased understanding and skills in:
- Using assessment procedures to establish therapeutic priorities and a collaborative treatment plan.
- Helping clients clearly see the connections between their thoughts, feelings, and behaviours, and develop strategies for change.
- Reconceptualizing presenting complaints into problems with hopeful solutions.
- Teaching intra- and interpersonal coping skills by means of stress inoculation training and other cognitive-behavioural techniques.
Combining footage from numerous therapy sessions with commentary by Dr. Meichenbaum, this video will be a valuable teaching tool for practitioners of all orientations and experience levels.
This is an Instructor Version and can be used for groups and training purposes.
Donald Meichenbaum, PhD is Professor Emeritus of Clinical Psychology at the University of Waterloo, and founding member of The Melissa Institute for Violence Prevention and Treatment. He holds the dual distinction of having been voted "one of the ten most influential psychotherapists of the century" (reported in the American Psychologist) and being the most cited psychology researcher at a Canadian university.
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