By Sandra Sassaroli, Giovanni Maria Ruggiero

The purpose of this ebook is to demonstrate a version of the normal cognitive therapy for consuming issues. This treatment is predicated at the precept that assessing and treating the patient's technique of fear and feel of keep an eye on fosters higher knowing of the psychopathology of the consuming disease and raises the efficacy of cognitive remedy. The publication is an edited choice of chapters that debate the psychopathological roles performed via keep an eye on and fear in consuming issues, and supply a close description of the healing protocol, which essentially makes a speciality of the therapy of the cognitive elements of keep an eye on and fear as middle issue of a psychotherapy of consuming problems. additionally, the ebook indicates contributions from different theorists within the box who've investigated the function of fear, preoccupation, and keep an eye on, or who discover the connections among fear, regulate, and different emotional elements underlying consuming problems, similar to perfectionism, vainness, and impulsivity.

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