Emotion in Therapy : From Science to Practice
By: Hofmann, Stefan G.
Contributor(s): Hayes, Steven C.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: : Guilford Publications, 2015Description: 1 online resource (226 p.).ISBN: 9781462524570.Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Emotion in Therapy : From Science to PracticeLOC classification: BF531 | .H646 2015Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Cover; Half Title Page; Also by Stefan G. Hofmann; Title Page; Copyright; About the Author; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Preface; Contents; 1. The Nature of Emotions; Defining Emotion; Basic Emotions; Characteristics of Emotions; Affect versus Emotion; Core Affect; Positive versus Negative Affect; Function of Emotions; Nature versus Nurture; Metaexperience of Emotions; Summary of Clinically Relevant Points; 2. Individual Differences; Levels of Individual Differences; Cultural Background; Diathesis; Affective Styles; Dysregulation of Negative Affect: Rumination, Brooding, and Worrying
Positive AffectEmotional Disorders; Summary of Clinically Relevant Points; 3. Motivation and Emotion; The Relationship between Motivation and Emotion; Motivated Behaviors; Approach versus Avoidance Motivation; Wanting versus Liking; Behavioral Activation; Summary of Clinically Relevant Points; 4. Self and Self-Regulation; Structure of the Self; Self-Awareness; Development of the Self; Self and Affect; Self, Rumination, and Worrying; Summary of Clinically Relevant Points; 5. Emotion Regulation; Defining Emotion Regulation; Emotion Regulation and Coping; Intrapersonal Emotion Regulation
Interpersonal Emotion RegulationSummary of Clinically Relevant Points; 6. Appraisal and Reappraisal; The Cognitive-Behavioral Approach; Maladaptive Appraisal; Reappraisal Techniques; Maladaptive Schemas; Reappraisal and Emotions; Summary of Clinically Relevant Points; 7. Positive Affect and Happiness; Defining Positive Affect and Happiness; Historical Background; Positive Affect Is Not the Absence of Negative Affect; Measuring Positive Affect and Happiness; Predicting Positive Affect and Happiness; Wandering Minds, Unhappy Minds; Mindfulness; Mindful Sitting and Breathing; Mindful Eating
Loving-Kindness and Compassion MeditationSummary of Clinically Relevant Points; 8. Neurobiology of Emotions; Neurobiological Systems of Emotions; Neurobiology of Emotion Regulation; Correlates of Empathy; Individual Differences in Neurobiology; Conclusion; Summary of Clinically Relevant Points; Appendix I. Common Self-Report Measures; Appendix II. Progressive Muscle Relaxation; Appendix III. Expressive Writing; References; Index
Grounded in cutting-edge scientific research, this book presents innovative ways to explore and work with emotions in psychotherapy. Preeminent clinician-researcher Stefan G. Hofmann accessibly explains how emotions operate, what influences them, and how they can cause distress. He presents strategies that can significantly improve existing evidence-based treatments and promote positive affect and happiness. Clinicians are guided to help clients with any diagnosis gain emotional awareness and use emotion regulation techniques, mindfulness-based practices, and other effective strategies. ""In P
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