Expanded from a special issue of the Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy, this volume contains some of the most interesting and promising work on dreams coming from therapists and researchers working at the crossroads of cognitive therapy and other systems√≥from a reprint of Beck's only article on cognition and dreams to the influence of modern neurobiology on the use of dreams in cognitive therapy.
These chapters provide a meta-theory of drams that is unique to the cognitive perspective. As such, they begin the process of generating a comprehensive cognitive model of dream work that includes cognitive, affective, physical and behavioral features from which future research and clinical innovations can be built.
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Arthur Freeman (EdD, ABPP), is visiting professor in the Department of Psychology at Governors State University, University Park, IL, a clinical professor in the Department of Psychology at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine, and Director of Training at Sharidan Shores Care and Rehabilitation Center in Chicago. He is a Distinguished Founding Fellow at the Academy of Cognitive Therapy. Freeman has published widely in CBT and has lectured internationally. His work has been translated into twelve languages. He holds diplomas in clinical, family, and behavioral psychology from the American Board of Professional Psychology and is a Fellow of APA. Springer Publishing Company has published numerous of his books, including Cognitive Behavior Therapy in Nursing Practice, co-edited with Sharon Morgillo Freeman (2004), Cognition and Psychotherapy, now in its second edition, coedited with Michael J. Mahoney, Paul DeVito, and Donna Martin (2004) andBorderline Personality Disorder: A Practitioner's Guide to Comparative Treatments, coedited with Mark Stone and Donna Martin (2004, paperback 2007).
Rachael I. Rosner, PhD, is a research associate at the Danielsen Institute at Boston University. She received her PhD in psychology in 1999 from York University and completed her postdoctoral fellowship in the Department of History of Science at Harvard University in 2002. Her doctoral dissertation was a history of the emergence of Aaron T. Beck's cognitive therapy. She is a historian of psychotherapy who has authored articles on cognitive therapy and dreams, Franz Brentano and Freud, and methodological issues in the history of the neurosciences, as well as a chapter on the history of psychotherapy research at the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) for the forthcoming Psychology and the NIMH (Wade Pickren, Ed.).
William J. Lyddon, PhD, is professor of psychology and director of training of the American Psychological Association's accredited counseling psychology doctoral program in the Department of Psychology at the University of Southern Mississippi. He has served on the editorial board of several scholarly journals and is currently consulting editor of the Counseling Psychology Quarterly, assessing editor of the Journal of Mind and Behavior, and associate editor of the Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy, published by Springer Publishing Company. Dr. Lyddon has published over 85 journal articles and book chapters and is the coeditor (with Dr. John V. Jones, Jr.) of Empirically Supported Cognitive Therapies: Current and Future Applications (2001), which is also available in Italian (2002) and Spanish (2003) editions.
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Buchbeschreibung Springer Publishing Co., New York, 2004. Hard Cover. Buchzustand: Fine. Work on cognitive therapy, dreams, and modern neurobiology. A fine hardcover copy. Tight binding. Solid boards. Clean, unmarked pages. NOT ex-library. Indexed. 199pgs. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Psychology; ISBN: 0826147453. ISBN/EAN: 9780826147455. Inventory No: 016518. Artikel-Nr. 016518