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Lessons of Loss: A Guide to Coping

Lessons of Loss: A Guide to Coping Book Reviews 393 In conclusiw. The Worry Control Workbook is a useful self-help book for people who struggle with excessive worry. It contains a multitude of strategies for reducing worry about a wide variety of concerns and presents these strategies in a clear and detailed manner. Mental health practitioners may want to integrate some of these techniques into their treatment of patients who worry excessively andlor may want to recommend this book to such patients. Cognitive-behavior therapists, in particular, may find some of these strategies useful. In fact, many of the techniques described (e.g., relaxation exercises, countering negative thoughts, problem solving) are closely related to standard cognitive-behavioral interventions but are presented in a more consumer- oriented format. ELEABJm WINKELMAN Amn'cm Institute for Cognitive Therapy Loss As a Meaning-Making Journey Robert A. Neimeyer. New York: McGraw-Hill (www . mcgraw-hil1.com) . 1998, 214 pp., $30.59 (softcover). Robert Neimeyer is not only known as one of the most prominent and prolific scholars in constructivist psychology and psychotherapy, but is also recog- nized as a leading thinker in the field of bereavement and loss, In addition to having published numerous book chapters and articles on death. loss, and suicide, he is the editor http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy Springer Publishing

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Springer Publishing
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0889-8391
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1938-887X
DOI
10.1891/0889-8391.13.4.393
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Book Reviews 393 In conclusiw. The Worry Control Workbook is a useful self-help book for people who struggle with excessive worry. It contains a multitude of strategies for reducing worry about a wide variety of concerns and presents these strategies in a clear and detailed manner. Mental health practitioners may want to integrate some of these techniques into their treatment of patients who worry excessively andlor may want to recommend this book to such patients. Cognitive-behavior therapists, in particular, may find some of these strategies useful. In fact, many of the techniques described (e.g., relaxation exercises, countering negative thoughts, problem solving) are closely related to standard cognitive-behavioral interventions but are presented in a more consumer- oriented format. ELEABJm WINKELMAN Amn'cm Institute for Cognitive Therapy Loss As a Meaning-Making Journey Robert A. Neimeyer. New York: McGraw-Hill (www . mcgraw-hil1.com) . 1998, 214 pp., $30.59 (softcover). Robert Neimeyer is not only known as one of the most prominent and prolific scholars in constructivist psychology and psychotherapy, but is also recog- nized as a leading thinker in the field of bereavement and loss, In addition to having published numerous book chapters and articles on death. loss, and suicide, he is the editor

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Journal of Cognitive PsychotherapySpringer Publishing

Published: Jan 1, 1999

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