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    Cognitive and behavioral practice v.24 no.1 ,pp. IFC , 2017 , 1077-7229 ,

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    Cognitive and behavioral practice v.24 no.1 ,pp. IFC , 2017 , 1077-7229 ,

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    회원님의 원문열람 권한에 따라 열람이 불가능 할 수 있으며 권한이 없는 경우 해당 사이트의 정책에 따라 회원가입 및 유료구매가 필요할 수 있습니다.이동하는 사이트에서의 모든 정보이용은 NDSL과 무관합니다.

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  3. [해외논문]   Developing an Acceptance-Based Behavioral Treatment for Binge Eating Disorder: Rationale and Challenges  

    Juarascio, A.S. ; Manasse, S.M. ; Schumacher, L. ; Espel, H. ; Forman, E.M.
    Cognitive and behavioral practice v.24 no.1 ,pp. 1 - 13 , 2017 , 1077-7229 ,

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    Binge eating disorder (BED), characterized by recurrent eating episodes in which individuals eat an objectively large amount of food within a short time period accompanied by a sense of loss of control, is the most common eating disorder. While existing treatments, such as cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), produce remission in a large percentage of individuals with BED, room for improvement in outcomes remains. Two reasons some patients may continue to experience binge eating after a course of treatment are: (a) Difficulty complying with the prescribed behavioral components of CBT due to the discomfort of implementing such strategies; and (b) a lack of focus in current treatments on strategies for coping with high levels of negative affect that often drive binge eating. To optimize treatment outcomes, it is therefore crucial to provide patients with strategies to overcome these issues. A small but growing body of research suggests that acceptance-based treatment approaches may be effective for the treatment of binge eating. The goal of the current paper is to describe the development of an acceptance-based group treatment for BED, discuss the structure of the manual and the rationale and challenges associated with integrating acceptance-based strategies into a CBT protocol, and to discuss clinical strategies for successfully implementing the intervention.

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  4. [해외논문]   Concurrent Treatment of Depression in Parents and Adolescents: A Case Example  

    Wolff, J.C. ; Jandasek, B. ; Michel, B.D. ; Becker, S.J. ; Spirito, A.
    Cognitive and behavioral practice v.24 no.1 ,pp. 14 - 25 , 2017 , 1077-7229 ,

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    The detrimental influence of parent psychopathology-and depression, in particular-on adolescent mental health has been well documented. Routes of transmission include both direct and indirect factors, such as poor parent-adolescent communication, ineffective parenting practices, modeling ineffective coping skills, increased family discord and stress, inadvertent reinforcement of adolescent depressed mood and suicidal ideation and behavior, and decreased treatment adherence. This paper introduces a novel treatment to concurrently treat both a depressed adolescent as well as a depressed parent. This approach improves upon traditional cognitive-behavioral therapy by targeting relational factors of each adolescent-parent dyad while simultaneously addressing each individual's depression. Principles of case conceptualization and treatment planning using this novel approach are illustrated using a case example.

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  5. [해외논문]   An Open Trial of Web-Based Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Perinatal Women at Risk for Depressive Relapse  

    Felder, J.N. ; Segal, Z. ; Beck, A. ; Sherwood, N.E. ; Goodman, S.H. ; Boggs, J. ; Lemon, E. ; Dimidjian, S.
    Cognitive and behavioral practice v.24 no.1 ,pp. 26 - 37 , 2017 , 1077-7229 ,

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    Depression occurring during pregnancy and postpartum (i.e., the perinatal period) is common and associated with adverse outcomes for women and their offspring. Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) has been shown to reduce risk for depressive relapse among at-risk individuals generally, and recent adaptations document the efficacy of MBCT among perinatal women specifically. In addition, MBCT, when delivered using a web-based format (Mindful Mood Balance [MMB] program), has demonstrated acceptability and feasibility for at-risk individuals generally. The aim of the present open trial study was to examine the feasibility, acceptability, and preliminary outcomes of MMB for use with pregnant women at risk for depressive relapse (N=37). We predicted that MMB would be feasible and acceptable as assessed by session completion and participation in phone coaching calls, home practice completion, and self-reported satisfaction via questionnaire and interview. We also predicted that women would not demonstrate significant worsening of depression symptom severity during MMB, consistent with our focus on prevention. A brief case example based on a composite of participants is presented to illustrate the MMB structure and content and the phone coaching protocol. Participants demonstrated engagement with the program, reported perceiving benefits in the intended depression prevention targets of MMB, and sustained minimal to mild depressive symptom severity over the course of the program. Given these promising results and the potential benefits of averting depression for women and their families, further development and rigorous testing of MMB among at-risk pregnant women is warranted.

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  6. [해외논문]   ''Life-Steps'' for PrEP Adherence: Demonstration of a CBT-Based Intervention to Increase Adherence to Preexposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Medication Among Sexual-Minority Men at High Risk for HIV Acquisition  

    Taylor, S.W. ; Psaros, C. ; Pantalone, D.W. ; Tinsley, J. ; Elsesser, S.A. ; Mayer, K.H. ; Safren, S.A.
    Cognitive and behavioral practice v.24 no.1 ,pp. 38 - 49 , 2017 , 1077-7229 ,

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    One dramatic advance in human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) prevention efforts has been the prescription of medications typically used for HIV treatment as prophylaxis against acquiring HIV. As a preventative agent, this practice is referred to as ''preexposure prophylaxis'' (PrEP). The U.S. Federal Drug Administration approved daily PrEP for adults at risk for HIV who do not consistently use condoms during sex with HIV-infected or unknown-status partners. In this paper, we describe a cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) PrEP adherence intervention developed for use in high-risk sexual-minority men in the United States, adapted from ''Life-Steps,'' an evidence-based CBT intervention to promote adherence to HIV treatment. Modules include creating a PrEP dosing schedule, adhering to daily PrEP, problem solving barriers to adherence, and sexual risk-reduction techniques. Supplemented with practical video vignettes, this novel intervention may help to enhance the clinical practice of health care providers in outpatient settings to increase PrEP adherence in sexual-minority men.

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  7. [해외논문]   ''It's Worth It in the End'': Veterans' Experiences in Prolonged Exposure and Cognitive Processing Therapy  

    Hundt, N.E. ; Barrera, T.L. ; Arney, J. ; Stanley, M.A.
    Cognitive and behavioral practice v.24 no.1 ,pp. 50 - 57 , 2017 , 1077-7229 ,

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    Despite the efficacy of evidence-based psychotherapies (EBP) for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and efforts to disseminate them, only 6-13% of veterans seeking care through the Veterans Affairs health care system receive these treatments. EBPs such as prolonged exposure (PE) and cognitive processing therapy (CPT) are exposure-based treatments. Provider and patient fears regarding the tolerability of exposure-based treatments likely impede their delivery and completion. The present study utilized qualitative interviews with 23 veterans who completed at least eight sessions of either PE or CPT to elicit firsthand accounts of veterans' experiences in these EBPs. Results suggest that while a minority of veterans reported initial symptom worsening, the majority of veterans reported positive experiences and felt that, despite being stressful, these EBPs were ''worth it.'' Most veterans discussed thoughts of discontinuing treatment prematurely, but stated that adherence was encouraged by their commitment to finishing, desperation for relief, therapist/group support, and family support. Veterans believed exposure made an important contribution to symptom improvement, as did greater self-understanding and changing negative or unhelpful beliefs. These findings indicate veteran satisfaction with PE and CPT, and may assist providers to develop strategies to increase adherence and treatment completion.

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  8. [해외논문]   Adaptation of CBT for Traumatized Egyptians: Examples from Culturally Adapted CBT (CA-CBT)  

    Jalal, B. ; Samir, S.W. ; Hinton, D.E.
    Cognitive and behavioral practice v.24 no.1 ,pp. 58 - 71 , 2017 , 1077-7229 ,

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    In this article we illustrate how CBT can be adapted to a traumatized Egyptian population with Islamic beliefs, giving examples from our adaptation of Culturally Adapted-CBT (CA-CBT) for this cultural group. We discuss a culturally sensitive assessment measure of local somatic complaints and cultural syndromes that was devised based on clinical experience with traumatized Egyptians. We also demonstrate how to normalize symptoms, create positive expectancy about the treatment, and educate about trauma. We give examples of how mindfulness can be adapted for an Egyptian Islamic population, and we describe local religious strategies, such as dhikr (religious chanting), salah (ritualistic prayer), and dua (supplication), that may be used to promote attentional shift from rumination topics and to teach attentional control. We describe how ''loving kindness'' can be adapted for this group. We outline how to modify culturally generated catastrophic cognitions and how to conduct interoceptive exposure and to create positive re-associations in a culturally sensitive manner. We describe how worry themes are explored and addressed based on a heuristic panic attack-PTSD model; how to teach anger management in a culturally sensitive way; and how to address sleep-related problems in this population. We suggest using cultural transitional ''rituals'' at the end of the treatment to give patients a sense of closure and a positive feeling of transformation. A case example is presented to illustrate cultural challenges associated with delivering CA-CBT to an Egyptian population. We introduce certain concepts such as cultural grounding and explanatory model bridging, both therapeutic techniques that increase adherence, positive expectancy, and cultural consonance.

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  9. [해외논문]   A Cognitive-Behavioral Model of Persistent Postural-Perceptual Dizziness  

    Whalley, M.G. ; Cane, D.A.
    Cognitive and behavioral practice v.24 no.1 ,pp. 72 - 89 , 2017 , 1077-7229 ,

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    Persistent postural-perceptual dizziness (PPPD; previously termed ''chronic subjective dizziness'') is a frequently observed disorder in patients who present with dizziness to audiology; ear, nose, and throat; or neurology clinics. The primary symptoms are persistent nonvertiginous dizziness, and hypersensitivity to motion and visual stimuli. These occur either in the absence of any active neuro-otologic illness or, where an episodic vestibular disorder exists, symptoms cannot be fully explained by the disorder alone. Diagnosis is necessarily multidisciplinary and proceeds by identification of primary symptoms and exclusion of other neurological or active medical disorders requiring treatment. Psychological processes are implicated in the development and maintenance of PPPD, with similarities to cognitive models of health anxiety and panic disorder, and there is evidence that cognitive-behavioral therapy is an effective treatment. A cognitive-behavioral model of PPPD is presented along with a case example. It is suggested that dizziness becomes persistent when it is processed as a threat, and that it is maintained by (a) unhelpful appraisals, (b) avoidance and safety behaviors, and (c) attentional strategies including selective attention to body sensations associated with dizziness. Once PPPD is identified techniques for its effective treatment fall within the skills mix of qualified cognitive-behavioral therapists or vestibular clinical scientists who have received additional training in cognitive and behavioral treatment.

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  10. [해외논문]   Incorporating Imagery Into Thought Records: Increasing Engagement in Balanced Thoughts  

    Josefowitz, N.
    Cognitive and behavioral practice v.24 no.1 ,pp. 90 - 100 , 2017 , 1077-7229 ,

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    Thought records are one of the most effective CBT interventions. However, clients can find them overly intellectual. While clients may logically understand that their balanced thought is accurate, they may not be emotionally convinced, thus reducing the thought record's effectiveness. In the present paper we describe how imagery can be used throughout the thought record process to enhance clients' emotional engagement. We describe how imagery can be used to identify negative automatic thoughts, to increase the believability of evidence against negative automatic thoughts, and to increase emotional engagement with balanced thoughts.

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