2. The 12-Step Approach to Online CBT
3. What Is Depression? What Is Anxiety?
4. What Is the Five-Part Model and How Can It Be Helpful?
5. What Is the Connection Between Our Thoughts, Feelings, Behaviour, Physical Reactions, and Environment?
6. Strategies That Can Be Used in Stressful Situations
7. Understanding and Rating Our Feelings, and the Thought Record
8. What Are Automatic Thoughts?
9. Activity Scheduling
10. What Is Evidence and How Can It Help Us Rate Our Thoughts and Feeling?
11. What Is Alternative and Balanced Thinking?
13. Action Plans
This book aims to provide the clinicians with details of online cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to facilitate care delivery for patients struggle with depression and anxiety. Chapters cover some of the most fundamental concepts for successful treatment, including experiments, action plans evidence, and the guidelines for managing, thoughts, feelings, and other key concerns. Designed to be a reader-friendly guide, each chapter opens with a summary of the content and a recap of concepts covered in previous sections, making this highly functional for individual chapter or whole book use. Each chapter also includes recommended tables and chart to facilitate the documentation of each recommended session, making this highly practical resource a vital tool for those who treat patients suffering from these particular mental health concerns.
Online Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a unique guide to practical Mental e-Mental Health approaches that is valuable to psychiatrists, psychologists, counselors, social workers, and all clinicians who wish to treat anxiety and depression patients remotely.
• Written by experts in the field
• Provides tools for effective patient engagement in a remote practice
• Serves as a toolkit for developing and managing a successful online clinic
• Nazanin Alavi, MD, FRCPC. Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH). University of Toronto
• Mohsen Omrani, MD, PhD. Brain Health Institute (BHI). Rutgers University. Co-founder at OPTT Inc