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ANXIETY DISORDERS
ASSERTIVE DEFENSE OF SELF Padesky: A more effective treatment focus for social phobia (“Assertive Defense of Self” – View / Download PDF
AARON T. BECK
Beck, AT: Prisoners of Hate” The Mind of the Terrorists – View / Download PDF

Padesky: Aaron T. Beck, a man of curiosity – View / Download PDF

Padesky: Aaron T. Beck: Mind, man, & mentor – View / Download PDF

Padesky & Beck: Science and philosophy: Comparison of cognitive therapy and rational emotive behavior therapy – View / Download PDF

COLLABORATIVE CASE CONCEPTUALIZATION
Kuyken, Beshai, Dudley, Abel, Görg, Gower, McManus, & Padesky: Assessing Competence in Collaborative Case Conceptualization: Development and Preliminary Psychometric Properties of the Collaborative Case Conceptualization Rating Scale (CCC-RS) – View / Download PDF

CCCRS Rating Scalesavailable from our Clinical Tools page

BookKuyken, W, Padesky, C A, & Dudley, R (2009). Collaborative case conceptualization: Working effectively with clients in cognitive-behavioral therapy. New York: Guilford.

  • Course Use: serves as a supplemental text in graduate-level CBT courses and clinical practica
  • Audience: Practitioners, students, and residents in clinical psychology, psychiatry, counseling, social work, and related mental health fields.
  • LISTEN to an interview with all 3 authors
  • Read the FIRST CHAPTER online – courtesy of the publisher Guilford Press
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  • Get Kindle book on Amazon – offers you immediate access
  • Purchase EPUB version from Guilford Press
CREATIVITY
CLIENT CREATIVITY Mooney & Padesky: Applying client creativity to recurrent problems: Constructing possibilities and tolerating doubt – View / Download PDF
DEPRESSION
MIND OVER MOOD Hawley, Padesky, Hollon, Mancuso, Laposa, Brozina, & Segal: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Depression Using Mind Over Mood: CBT Skill Use and Differential Symptom Alleviation – View / Download PDF

Padesky: CLINICAL TIP: When Pleasure is Hard to Find – Blog Article 

FILMED APPEARANCES

The following filmed appearance are available only on video DVD from https://store.padesky.com

Padesky, C.A. Testing Automatic Thoughts with Thought Records. 69 min – “Sharon” – 7 column ATR. (SKU: vATR)

Padesky, C.A. Constructing NEW Core Beliefs. 60 min – “I am wonderful” (SKU: VBEL)

Padesky, C.A. Collaborative Case Conceptualization. 60 min – “overbooked, overworked” (SKU: VCON)

Padesky, C.A. Cognitive Therapy for Panic Disorder. 50 min – panic induction demonstration (SKU: VPAN)

Padesky, C.A. Building Resilience with Strengths-Based CBT. 63 min – 4-step model to build resilience; demonstration of SB-CBT (SKU: VRES)

Padesky, C.A. CBT for Social Anxiety. 54 min – “Assertive Defense of Self” (SKU: VSA)

Padesky, C.A. Guided Discovery Using Socratic Dialogue. 44 min – Angry, Anxious, Depressed clients (SKU: VSOQ)

Padesky, C.A. Constructing NEW Underlying Assumptions & Behavioral Experiments. 55 min – “Bob” – procrastination (SKU: VUAE)

FUNDAMENTALS (5 part model, guided discovery, socratic questioning)
GUIDED DISCOVERY Kazantzis, Fairburn, Padesky, Reinecke, & Teesson: Unresolved issues regarding the research and practice of cognitive behavior therapy: The case of guided discovery using socratic questioning (posted 14 March 2014) – View / Download PDF

5-PART MODEL Padesky & Mooney: CLINICAL TIP: Presenting the cognitive model to clients (5 part model) – View / Download PDF

SOCRATIC QUESTIONING Padesky: Socratic questioning: Changing minds or guiding discovery? – View / Download PDF

Padesky: CLINICAL TIP Thoughts in Bloom – Blog Article

Padesky: CLINICAL TIP: Use the Sharpest Tool in the Box – Blog Article

LESBIAN / GAY ISSUES
LGBT Padesky: Attaining and maintaining positive lesbian self-identity: A cognitive therapy approach – View / Download PDF
MIND OVER MOOD
MIND OVER MOOD Hawley, Padesky, Hollon, Mancuso, Laposa, Brozina, & Segal: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy for Depression Using Mind Over Mood: CBT Skill Use and Differential Symptom Alleviation – View / Download PDF

MOM2 BOOK REVIEW Gianakos, Dean (February 2017) Mind Over Mood: Change How You Feel by Changing the Way You Think, Second Edition. Family Medicine, Vol 49 No 2, 148-149. READ ONLINE 

SCHEMAS
SCHEMA AS SELF-PREJUDICE  Padesky: Schema as self-prejudice – View / Download PDF

SCHEMA CHANGE PROCESSES  Padesky: Schema change processes in cognitive therapy – View / Download PDF

STRENGTHS-BASED CBT / RESILIENCE
STRENGTHS-BASED CBT / RESILIENCE Padesky & Mooney: Strengths-based CBT: A four step model to build resilience – View / Download PDF
TRAINING
Bennett-Levy & Padesky: Use it or lose it: Post-workshop reflection enhances learning and utilization of CBT skills – View / Download PDF 

Padesky: 3 Simple Steps to Maximize Workshop Learning – Blog Article 

Padesky: CLINICAL TIP Better Supervision – Blog Article

THERAPIST COMPETENCE / CLIENT OUTCOMESSimons, A. D., Padesky, C., Montemarano, J., Lewis, C. C., Murakami, J., Reid, M., Smith, D. & Beck, A. T. (2010). Training and dissemination of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for depression: A preliminary examination of therapist competence and client outcomes. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 78(5), 751-756. DOI:10.1037/a0020569 – Download PDF

TRAUMA
Ehlers, A & Clark, D.M. (2000). A cognitive model of posttraumatic stress disorder. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 38, 319-345 – View / Download PDF

The model is consistent with the main clinical features of PTSD, helps explain several apparently puzzling phenomena and provides a framework for treatment by identifying three key targets for change.
— Anke Ehlers & David M. Clark

RESTRICTED USE The trauma article may be downloaded and printed for personal research and study only. The electronic reprint is provided for this purpose only with permission from Elsevier Science. Visit the Elsevier Science website to learn more about the Behaviour Research and Therapy journal.

Thank You to the Academy of Cognitive Therapy for providing the link to single copies of the Ehlers and Clark (2000) article.

DEALING WITH DISASTER ARCHIVES Information we published shortly after September 11, 2001. Click HERE to access the archive.