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Innovations and Future Directions in the Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies

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Across the globe, cognitive and behavioural therapies (CBT) are used every day by a wide variety of health professionals including psychologists, psychiatrists, nurses, and social workers to change peoples’ lives. Since 1995 the World Congress of Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies (WCBCT) has showcased the latest advances in CBT to an international professional audience.
Now for the first time this unique book draws together a veritable ‘who’s who’ of leading CBT researchers and practitioners presenting their work at the 2016 WCBCT. Over 190 leading researchers and practitioners from across Britain, Europe, North and South America, Asia and Australia contribute to 53 concise and insightful essays summarising their work, where it fits in the broader field, clinical implications, and directions for future research and practice. Together they illustrate the tremendous capacity for CBT to contribute to the mental and physical wellbeing of people everywhere.
Topics covered include:
• child, adolescent and youth mental health
• anxiety
• trauma, PTSD and grief
• obesity and eating disorders
• obsessive compulsive and related disorders
• depression and bipolar disorders
• psychosis
• alcohol and substance misuse
• health and chronic medical disorders
• comorbidity
• transdiagnostic issues
• e-therapy
• training, practice and access
Preface
The concept for a comprehensive volume on innovations and future directions in the behavioural and cognitive therapies arose from early discussions within the Australian team bidding to host the World Congress of Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies (WCBCT). It seemed a shame that so many wonderful presentations from past events were simply lost after the event. Much of the data presented would inevitably find its way into a large number of disparate scientific journals, but an account of the state of knowledge about cognitive-behaviour therapy (CBT) and the treatment of the mental disorders at the time of each congress has not been documented until now.
In this volume, we have provided a book of readily consumable essays from leading figures across all areas relevant to CBT. The chapters were commissioned only months before the 8th WCBCT and the volume therefore gives us a clear sense of ‘the state of play’ at the beginning of 2016. In addition, the contributors were explicitly encouraged to make their chapters ‘opinion pieces’. The authors were not required to present research findings, but were asked to give a summary of their work and the broader field. In addition, they were required to provide explicit sections on the clinical implications of their work and the directions for future research and practice.
Having conceived the book, how did we go about selecting the contributors? In many ways, this was the toughest job of all. The WCBCT brings the ‘best of the best’ from across mental health together at one place and time. With over 1000 presentations on offer, how could we choose the material for the volume? Fortunately, the scientific committee had developed a rigorous system of review for all submissions that we decided to use for our selection. Each paper and symposium was judged by a minimum of two independent reviewers. They were scored on a range of criteria including scientific quality, relevance of the topic to the WCBCT audience, level of innovation, and likely impact on the field. To ensure that the chapters were sufficiently broad in their coverage, we considered only the symposium submissions in the final selection. The 63 submissions that scored above 19 out of 25 on the independent reviews were offered inclusion in the volume. An impressive 53 took up our offer, and their chapters make up the final book.
The theme of the 8th WCBCT was Advances and Innovations in the Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies across the World. It was a particularly inclusive event, calling for papers in a broad range of subthemes or topic areas. The book is divided into sections that mirror these subthemes. We were fortunate to receive high quality symposium submissions in the majority of the listed topics, and so the breadth of our volume is impressive. The list of contributors is also impressive — a veritable ‘who’s who’ of clinical psychology and related fields. Over 190 leading authors from across Britain, Europe, North and South America, Asia and Australia have contributed to this volume.
We hope you will enjoy this collection of short chapters. It is our view that they will bring quickly up to date with the world of CBT in 2016.
Ross G. Menzies, Michael Kyrios, Nikolaos Kazantzis
1. Child, Adolescent and Youth Mental Health
1. The development of anxiety in childhood and adolescence: The transmission of cognitive biases by Jinnie Ooi, Helen F. Dodd, Lorraine Fliek, Peter Muris.
2. Low intensity and school based interventions for children with anxiety: Outcomes, challenges and future directions by Paul Stallard, Cathy Creswell, Krystal Lewis, Tom Ollendick and Polly Waite.
3. Long-term outcome and predictors of outcome in CBT for youth anxiety by Jon Fauskanger Bjaastad, Gro Janne Henningsen Wergeland, Krister Westlye Fjermestad, Arne Kodal, Bente Storm Mowatt Haugland, Ingvar Bjelland, Einar R Heiervang, Lars-Göran Öst, and Jennie L. Hudson.
4. Exploring research across different countries, languages and formats, of the FRIENDS programs by Marthinus Bekker.
5. Interventions for school refusal and truancy: A case of 'old dogs in need of new tricks'? by David A. Heyne and Brandy R. Maynard.
6. Effects of bullying victimization on mental health outcomes in Australian youth by Sally Fitzpatrick and Kay Bussey.
7. Innovations in CBT for young people: Improving access and outcomes for vulnerable youth by Irene Sclare and Daniel Michelson.
8. Innovative approaches to preventing and reducing substance use and mental health problems by Nicola C. Newton, Maree Teesson, Lexine Stapinski, Yael Perry, Fiona Shand and Helen Christensen.
9. "Screen time” and pathological technology use: Innovations in conceptualising and treating problems by Gerri Minshall and Daniel King.
2. Anxiety and Its Disorders
10. Broadening the research areas on social anxiety disorder by Junwen Chen, Erica Crome, Sarah Cox, Yulisha Byrow, Yoshihiro Kanai, Kristy Johnstone, Ryan Balzan, Lorna Peters, Quincy Wong, Andrew Baillie and Stefan Hofmann.
11. Evidence-based developments of CBT for late life anxiety by Naoko Kishita, Ken Laidlaw, Viviana M. Wuthrich, Sarah J. Egan and Marie Chellingsworth.
3. Obsessive Compulsive and Related Disorders
12. The self in psychological disorders: The example of obsessive-compulsive spectrum disorders by Daniel B. Fassnacht, Claire Ahern, Nathan Haymes, Adrienne Turnell, and Michael Kyrios.
13. Body dysmorphic disorder in children and adolescents: Advances in theoretical and clinical research by Sophie C. Schneider, Lara J. Farrell, Cynthia M. Turner, and Haley J. Webb.
14. Advances in cognitive behavioural models and treatments of trichotillomania (hair pulling disorder) by Imogen C. Rehm, Jade Walters, Reneta Slikboer, Tanya Arabatzoudis, Richard Moulding, Mark Boschen, and Maja Nedeljkovic.
4. Trauma, PTSD and Grief
15. Psychological mechanisms underpinning psychopathology in refugees by Belinda Liddell, Ola Ahmed, Rosanna Pajak, Emma Doolan and Angela Nickerson.
16. Traumatic events, cognitive processes, and the development of psychological interventions for youth by Anna McKinnon, R. Meiser-Stedman, S. Hogan and Reg. D. V. Nixon
17. Understanding, screening and treating anger in posttraumatic stress disorder by Tony McHugh, David Forbes, Jacqueline Costello, David Said, Nathan Alkemade and Richard Cash.
18. Adapting CBT for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Prolonged Grief Disorder for Complex Populations and Settings by Katie S. Dawson, Fiona Maccallum, Lucy Kenny & Richard A. Bryant.
5. Obesity and Eating Disorders
19. Novel interventions for eating disorders and other transdiagnostic outcomes by Mia Pellizzer and Tracey Wade.
20. Automatic processes in eating behavior: Understanding and overcoming food cue-reactivity by Leentje Vervoort, Karolien Van den Akker, Ghislaine Schyns, Naomi Kakoschke, Eva Kemps, Caroline Braet
21. Food: Treat or threat or treatment? Reward and punishment in eating behavior and interventions to change them by Leentje Vervoort, Laura Vandeweghe, Karolien Van den Akker, Nienke Jonker, Caroline Braet, Eva Kemps
22. Child and adolescent obesity: Is cognitive-behavioural therapy part of our solution? by Gerri Minshall and Caroline Braet.
6. Depression and Bipolar Disorders
23. Cognitive processes: The role of rumination in depression and transdiagnostically by Michelle L. Moulds, Katie Chung, Ann Martin & Suraj Samtani
24. New psychosocial approaches to bipolar disorder by Thilo Deckersbach, Weilynn C. Chang, Amy T. Peters, Jonathan P. Stange, Alexandra K. Gold, Casey M. Hearing, Louisa G. Sylvia, Michael Berk, Pedro Vieira da Silva Magalhaes, Darin Dougherty and Andrew A. Nierenberg.
25. Predictors and moderators of treatment response for psychotherapy for depression in bipolar disorder by Thilo Deckersbach, Alexandra K. Gold, Amy T. Peters, Jonathan P. Stange, Weilynn C. Chang, Louisa G. Sylvia, Michael Berk, Pedro Vieira da Silva Magalhaes, Darin D. Dougherty, Andrew A. Nierenberg and Natasha Hansen.
7. Psychosis
26. Improving the implementation fidelity and reach of ACT for complex needs by Hamish J McLeod, Ross White and Louise Johns.
27. Emotional processes in understanding and treating psychosis by Hamish J McLeod, Neil Thomas, Susan L Rossell and Andrew Gumley.
8. Alcohol and Substance Misuse
28. Beyond CBT: What is the future of alcohol use disorder treatment and prevention? by Matthew J. Gullo, Jason M. Coates, Kiri Patton, Jason P. Connor.
29. The interplay between emotion and biased cognitive processing in problematic consumption by Lies Notebaert, Henry Austin, Peter J. de Jong, Eva Kemps, Colin MacLeod and Reinout Wiers.
9. Health and Chronic Medical Disorders
30. Motivational interviewing and CBT to improve health and well-being by Amanda L. Baker, Leanne Hides, Peter J. Kelly, Frances Kay-Lambkin, Yasmina Nasstasia, and Max Birchwood
31. Navigating the impact of serious illness across the family system using evidence-based therapeutic approaches by Ursula Sansom-Daly, Brittany C. McGill, Nadine A. Kasparian, Pandora Patterson, Frank Muscara, and Claire E. Wakefield
32. Depression and anxiety following traumatic brain injury: Can these high prevalence disorders be effectively treated using adapted cognitive behavioural therapy? by Jennie Ponsford, Dana Wong, Adam McKay, Yvette Alway, Kerrie Haines, Nicole K Lee, Marina Downing and Meaghan L. O’Donnell
33. Information processing and stuttering by Robyn Lowe, Mark Onslow, Ann Packman, Sue O’Brian and Ross Menzies.
34. Behavioural and cognitive treatments for children, adolescents and adults who stutter by Mark Onslow, Robyn Lowe, Ross Menzies, and Anthony Gunn.
10. Comorbidity
35. Cognitive behavioural therapy for adults with obsessive–compulsive disorder and autism spectrum disorder: Influence of comorbidity and improvement of treatment outcomes by Akiko Nakagawa, Junichiro Kanazawa, Fumiyo Oshima, Aki Tsuchiyagito
36. Innovations in cognitive behaviour therapy for the treatment of co-existing mental health and substance misuse by Hermine Graham and Amanda Baker.
37. How do we best treat comorbid substance use and mental disorders? Evidence-based approaches to integrated treatment by Mark Deady, Katherine Mills, Maree Teesson, Frances Kay-Lambkin, Joanne Ross, Andrew Baillie, and Mirjana Subotic.
38. Outcome evaluation in a private practice setting by Chris Mackey and Megan L. Henderson.
11. Transdiagnostic Issues
39. The dread of death and its relationship to mental health by Rachel E. Menzies and Lisa Iverach.
40. New approaches in theory and treatment of clinical perfectionism in social anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder and eating disorders by Sarah Egan.
41. When fear and sadness turn into pathological emotions: The transdiagnostic process of generalization by Kim Haesen, Jens Van Lier, Peter Lovibond & Ann Meulders
42. Interventions for transdiagnostic processes in emotional disorders by Junwen Chen, Kristy Johnstone, Shin-ichi Ishikawa, Peter M. McEvoy, Alexander Tee, David Rimmington, Kirsten Vale, Rachel Graville, Sarra Hayes, Robert Kane, Jonathan Foster and Jennifer Hudson.
43. Innovations in transdiagnostic internet and face-to-face treatments for anxiety and depression in adults by Jill M. Newby.
44. Theoretical relevance of attentional bias, and starting point for treatment: The case of body dissatisfaction by Nienke C. Jonker and Peter J. de Jong
12. E-therapy
45. A recommended process for development and evaluation of eTools for mental health and wellbeing by Stoyan Stoyanov, Leanne Hides, David J. Kavanagh, Davina Sanders, Wendell Cockshaw, Madhavan Mani.
46. From research to implementation: The eCentreClinic and MindSpot Clinic by Nickolai Titov, Lauren G. Staples, Vincent J. Fogliati, and Blake F. Dear.
47. Healthy mind, healthy body: Recent advances in internet-delivered interventions for chronic physical conditions and their comorbidities by Jill M. Newby.
13. Training, Practice and Access Issues
48. Advancing the evidence for therapeutic process as a necessary condition for cognitive behavior therapy outcomes by Nikolaos Kazantzis, Keith S. Dobson and Stefan G. Hofmann.
49. Improving access to psychological therapies (IAPT) in Australia: Evidence-based CBT interventions for anxiety, depression and gambling addiction by Paul Cromarty.
50. Implementation of evidence-based interventions: Barriers and opportunities by Erica Crome, Andrew Baillie, Maree Teesson, Frances Kay-Lambkin and Mark Deady.
51. Understanding, assessing and treating mental health disorders in older adults by Viviana M. Wuthrich and Sunil Bhar.
52. Evaluating cognitive behaviour therapy in private practice settings by Monica O’Kelly, Kathryn Gilson and James Collard.
53. Innovative cognitive-behaviour therapy: Is it the same in private practice and public health? by Gerri Minshall and Stephanie Allen.

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INNOVATIONSAND FUTURE DIRECTIONS IN THEBEHAVIOURAL ANDCOGNITIVE THERAPIES
edited by Ross G. Menzies, Michael Kyrios, Nikolaos Kazantzis
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Title: Innovations and future directions in the behavioural and cognitive therapies / Ross G. Menzies, Michael Kyrios, Nikolaos Kazantzis, editors.
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9781922117700 (paperback) 9781922117717 (ebook)
Subjects: Cognitive therapy--Forecasting. Behavior therapy--Forecasting.
Other Creators/Contributors: Menzies, Ross G., editor. Kyrios, Michael, editor. Kazantzis, Nikolaos, editor.
Dewey Number: 616.891425
Publisher: Stephen May Copy Editor: Rhonda McPherson Cover design: Tim Everton Cover image: Shutterstock Page design & typesetting: Australian Academic Press Printing: Lightning Source
Contents
Preface.................................................................................................................xi
About the Editors..............................................................................................xiii
List of Contributors ............................................................................................xv
Child, Adolescent and Youth Mental Health 1. The development of anxiety in childhood and adolescence: The transmission of cognitive biases ........................................................3 Jinnie Ooi, Helen F. Dodd, Lorraine Fliek, Peter Muris. 2. Low intensity and school based interventions for children with anxiety: Outcomes, challenges and future directions ............................................8 Paul Stallard, Cathy Creswell, Krystal Lewis, Tom Ollendick and Polly Waite. 3. Long-term outcome and predictors of outcome in CBT for youth anxiety ...........................................................................................13 Jon Fauskanger Bjaastad, Gro Janne Henningsen Wergeland, Krister Westlye Fjermestad, Arne Kodal, Bente Storm Mowatt Haugland, Ingvar Bjelland, Einar R Heiervang, Lars-Göran Öst, and Jennie L. Hudson. 4. Exploring research across different countries, languages and formats, of the FRIENDS programs ..................................................18 Marthinus Bekker.
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Interventions for school refusal and truancy: A case of 'old dogs in need of new tricks'? .............................................................................23 David A. Heyne and Brandy R. Maynard.
Effects of bullying victimization on mental health outcomes in Australian youth ...................................................................................29 Sally Fitzpatrick and Kay Bussey.
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Innovations in CBT for young people: Improving access and outcomes for vulnerable youth ...............................................................34 Irene Sclare and Daniel Michelson.
Innovative approaches to preventing and reducing substance use and mental health problems ...................................................................39 Nicola C. Newton, Maree Teesson, Lexine Stapinski, Yael Perry, Fiona Shand and Helen Christensen.
“Screen time” and pathological technology use: Innovations in conceptualising and treating problems ..................................................44 Gerri Minshall and Daniel King.
Anxiety and Its Disorders 10. Broadening the research areas on social anxiety disorder......................51 Junwen Chen, Erica Crome, Sarah Cox, Yulisha Byrow, Yoshihiro Kanai, Kristy Johnstone, Ryan Balzan, Lorna Peters, Quincy Wong, Andrew Baillie and Stefan Hofmann.
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Evidence-based developments of CBT for late life anxiety....................56 Naoko Kishita, Ken Laidlaw, Viviana M. Wuthrich, Sarah J. Egan and Marie Chellingsworth.
Obsessive Compulsive and Related Disorders 12. The self in psychological disorders: The example of obsessive-compulsive spectrum disorders .............................................63 Daniel B. Fassnacht, Claire Ahern, Nathan Haymes, Adrienne Turnell, and Michael Kyrios. 13. Body dysmorphic disorder in children and adolescents: Advances in theoretical and clinical research ..........................................68 Sophie C. Schneider, Lara J. Farrell, Cynthia M. Turner, and Haley J. Webb.
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Advances in cognitive behavioural models and treatments of trichotillomania (hair pulling disorder) ................................................73 Imogen C. Rehm, Jade Walters, Reneta Slikboer, Tanya Arabatzoudis, Richard Moulding, Mark Boschen, and Maja Nedeljkovic.
Trauma, PTSD and Grief 15. Psychological mechanisms underpinning psychopathology in refugees ................................................................................................81 Belinda Liddell, Ola Ahmed, Rosanna Pajak, Emma Doolan and Angela Nickerson.
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Traumatic events, cognitive processes, and the development of psychological interventions for youth ......................................................87 Anna McKinnon, R. Meiser-Stedman, S. Hogan and Reg. D. V. Nixon
Understanding, screening and treating anger in posttraumatic stress disorder...........................................................................................92 Tony McHugh, David Forbes, Jacqueline Costello, David Said, Nathan Alkemade and Richard Cash.
Adapting CBT for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Prolonged Grief Disorder for Complex Populations and Settings ....................................97 Katie S. Dawson, Fiona Maccallum, Lucy Kenny & Richard A. Bryant.
Obesity and Eating Disorders 19. Novel interventions for eating disorders and other transdiagnostic outcomes ...............................................................................................105 Mia Pellizzer and Tracey Wade. 20. Automatic processes in eating behavior: Understanding and overcoming food cue-reactivity .............................................................109 Leentje Vervoort, Karolien Van den Akker, Ghislaine Schyns, Naomi Kakoschke, Eva Kemps, Caroline Braet.
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Food: Treat or threat or treatment? Reward and punishment in eating behavior and interventions to change them..........................113 Leentje Vervoort, Laura Vandeweghe, Karolien Van den Akker, Nienke Jonker, Caroline Braet, Eva Kemps.
Child and adolescent obesity: Is cognitive-behavioural therapy part of our solution? ..............................................................................118 Gerri Minshall and Caroline Braet.
Depression and Bipolar Disorders 23. Cognitive processes: The role of rumination in depression and transdiagnostically .................................................................................127 Michelle L. Moulds, Katie Chung, Ann Martin & Suraj Samtani.
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New psychosocial approaches to bipolar disorder...............................132 Thilo Deckersbach, Weilynn C. Chang, Amy T. Peters, Jonathan P. Stange, Alexandra K. Gold, Casey M. Hearing, Louisa G. Sylvia, Michael Berk, Pedro Vieira da Silva Magalhaes, Darin Dougherty and Andrew A. Nierenberg.
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Predictors and moderators of treatment response for psychotherapy for depression in bipolar disorder ................................137 Thilo Deckersbach, Alexandra K. Gold, Amy T. Peters, Jonathan P. Stange, Weilynn C. Chang, Louisa G. Sylvia, Michael Berk, Pedro Vieira da Silva Magalhaes, Darin D. Dougherty, Andrew A. Nierenberg and Natasha Hansen.
Psychosis 26. Improving the implementation fidelity and reach of ACT for complex needs ...................................................................................... 145 Hamish J McLeod, Ross White and Louise Johns. 27. Emotional processes in understanding and treating psychosis ............150 Hamish J McLeod, Neil Thomas, Susan L Rossell and Andrew Gumley.
Alcohol and Substance Misuse 28. Beyond CBT: What is the future of alcohol use disorder treatment and prevention? .....................................................................................157 Matthew J. Gullo, Jason M. Coates, Kiri Patton, Jason P. Connor.
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The interplay between emotion and biased cognitive processing in problematic consumption .................................................................163 Lies Notebaert, Henry Austin, Peter J. de Jong, Eva Kemps, Colin MacLeod and Reinout Wiers.
Health and Chronic Medical Disorders 30. Motivational interviewing and CBT to improve health and well-being........................................................................................171 Amanda L. Baker, Leanne Hides, Peter J. Kelly, Frances Kay-Lambkin, Yasmina Nasstasia, and Max Birchwood
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Navigating the impact of serious illness across the family system using evidence-based therapeutic approaches ....................................176 Ursula Sansom-Daly, Brittany C. McGill, Nadine A. Kasparian, Pandora Patterson, Frank Muscara, and Claire E. Wakefield
Depression and anxiety following traumatic brain injury: Can these high prevalence disorders be effectively treated using adapted cognitive behavioural therapy? ..............................................................................182 Jennie Ponsford, Dana Wong, Adam McKay, Yvette Alway, Kerrie Haines, Nicole K Lee, Marina Downing and Meaghan L. O’Donnell
Information processing and stuttering ..................................................187 Robyn Lowe, Mark Onslow, Ann Packman, Sue O’Brian and Ross G. Menzies.
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Behavioural and cognitive treatments for children, adolescents and adults who stutter........................................................................... 192 Mark Onslow, Robyn Lowe, Ross G. Menzies, and Anthony Gunn.
Comorbidity 35. Cognitive behavioural therapy for adults with obsessive–compulsive disorder and autism spectrum disorder: Influence of comorbidity and improvement of treatment outcomes ............................................199 Akiko Nakagawa, Junichiro Kanazawa, Fumiyo Oshima, Aki Tsuchiyagito 36. Innovations in cognitive behaviour therapy for the treatment of co-existing mental health and substance misuse ................................. 203 Hermine Graham and Amanda Baker. 37. How do we best treat comorbid substance use and mental disorders? Evidence-based approaches to integrated treatment .........................207 Mark Deady, Katherine Mills, Maree Teesson, Frances Kay-Lambkin, Joanne Ross, Andrew Baillie, and Mirjana Subotic. 38. Outcome evaluation in a private practice setting .................................212 Chris Mackey and Megan L. Henderson.
Transdiagnostic Issues 39. The dread of death and its relationship to mental health ....................219 Rachel E. Menzies and Lisa Iverach. 40. New approaches in theory and treatment of clinical perfectionism in social anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder and eating disorders....224 Sarah Egan. 41. When fear and sadness turn into pathological emotions: The transdiagnostic process of generalization .....................................229 Kim Haesen, Jens Van Lier, Peter Lovibond & Ann Meulders.
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Interventions for transdiagnostic processes in emotional disorders.....234 Junwen Chen, Kristy Johnstone, Shin-ichi Ishikawa, Peter M. McEvoy, Alexander Tee, David Rimmington, Kirsten Vale, Rachel Graville, Sarra Hayes, Robert Kane, Jonathan Foster and Jennifer Hudson.
Innovations in transdiagnostic internet and face-to-face treatments for anxiety and depression in adults .....................................................239 Jill M. Newby.
Theoretical relevance of attentional bias, and starting point for treatment: The case of body dissatisfaction ...........................................................244 Nienke C. Jonker and Peter J. de Jong.
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E-therapy 45. A recommended process for development and evaluation of eTools for mental health and wellbeing ...............................................251 Stoyan Stoyanov, Leanne Hides, David J. Kavanagh, Davina Sanders, Wendell Cockshaw, Madhavan Mani. 46. From research to implementation: The eCentreClinic and MindSpot Clinic ..................................................................................... 256 Nickolai Titov, Lauren G. Staples, Vincent J. Fogliati, and Blake F. Dear.
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Healthy mind, healthy body: Recent advances in internet-delivered interventions for chronic physical conditions and their comorbidities .........................................................................261 Jill M. Newby.
Training, Practice and Access Issues 48. Advancing the evidence for therapeutic process as a necessary condition for cognitive behavior therapy outcomes ............................267 Nikolaos Kazantzis, Keith S. Dobson and Stefan G. Hofmann. 49. Improving access to psychological therapies (IAPT) in Australia: Evidence-based CBT interventions for anxiety, depression and gambling addiction ...............................................................................272 Paul Cromarty.
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Implementation of evidence-based interventions: Barriers and opportunities .........................................................................................277 Erica Crome, Andrew Baillie, Maree Teesson, Frances Kay-Lambkin and Mark Deady. Understanding, assessing and treating mental health disorders in older adults ........................................................................................282 Viviana M. Wuthrich and Sunil Bhar. Evaluating cognitive behaviour therapy in private practice settings ... 287 Monica O’Kelly, Kathryn Gilson and James Collard. Innovative cognitive-behaviour therapy: Is it the same in private practice and public health? .......................................................292 Gerri Minshall and Stephanie Allen.
Dedication
For my great loves, Margot, Rachel, Henry, Matilda and little Jude – RGM For Georgia, Mietta, James and my parents - MK For Sophia – NK
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