Item description for The Behavioral Medicine Treatment Planner by Arthur E. Jr. Jongsma, Douglas E. Degood & Angela L. Crawford...
This invaluable sourcebook features pre-written treatment plan compone nts for the field of behavioral medicine, including behavioral definit ions, long-term goals, short-term objectives, therapeutic intervention s, and DSM-IV diagnoses. The Behavioral Medicine Treatment Planner cov ers the psychological aspects of coping with illnesses such as cancer, chronic fatigue syndrome, diabetes, headaches, AIDS, and more. Psycho logists, counselors, therapists, and other mental health professionals who work in medical settings will find this Planner indispensable.
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Studio: John Wiley & Sons
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.03" Width: 7.08" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.94 lbs.
Release Date Jun 9, 1999
Publisher John Wiley And Sons
ISBN 0471319236 ISBN13 9780471319238
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long lists and more lists May 31, 2003
The whole style of this book is very dry and not usersfriendly. The book consists of long lists of objectives and therapeutic interventions each 1 or 2 lines. Sometimes more then 40. It tells you all the time WHAT to do ( exc. [*] emotional impact or educate the patient on effects of stress on symptons)but NEVER HOW .This information is not very helpfull. Everybody knows for example that walking 20 minutes a day is healthy but HOW do you get somebody to do it.That should be the focus of behavioral medicine ( it s about getting to healthy behavior, no ?)This important part: HOW to get to behavior change is not present in this book.