September 7, 2014
Daniel, M.A., J. T., & Wood, Ph.D., J. J. (2013, November-December). Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Children with Autism: Review and Considerations for Future Research. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 34(9), 702-715.
This article describes the techniques and results of cognitive behavioral therapy for children with autism. Cognitive behavioral therapy is commonly used for children with an autism spectrum disorder. The therapy addresses the child’s anxiety, disruptive behavior, and core autism symptoms. Evidence suggests that cognitive behavioral therapy is possibly efficacious for anxiety and autism symptoms.
Garfinkel, M.D., P. E., Kline, M.D., S. A., & Stancer, Ph.D., M.D., H. C. (1973, December). Treatment of Anorexia Nervosa Using ...view middle of the document...
D., & Britzman, M. J. (2013, April) Choice Theory and Family Counseling A Pragmatic, Culturally Sensitive Approach. The Family Journal, 21(2), 230-234.
Choice theory and reality therapy is used during counseling sessions but not used as much in family therapy. Choice theory is not looked at as a systemic approach but utilizing reality therapy leads to second-order change for couple and families. Second-order change can lead to creating systemic changes in a pragmatic manner.
McGinn, L. K. (2000, Spring). Cognitive Behavioral Therapy of Depression: Theory, Treatment, and Empirical Status. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 54(2), 257-262.
This article looks at cognitive theories of depression and how particular negative ways of thinking increases depression when experiencing certain stressful events. There are specific maladaptive patterns in people that makes that person more vulnerable to depression. Patients use to learn cognitive techniques to overcome negative thoughts and instead think more logical.
Ruff, S., M.E.D., McComb, J. L., P.H.D., Coker, C. J., M.A. & Sprenkle, D. H., P.H.D. (2010, Dec). Behavioral Couples Therapy for the Treatment of Substance Abuse: A Substantive and Methodological Review of O’Farrell, Fals-Stewart, and Colleagues’ Program of Research. Family Process, 49(4), 439-456.
In this paper behavioral couple’s therapy is researched to use in couple therapy interventions for married or cohabitating substance abuse users. The paper looks into how behavioral couple’s therapy helps with behavior, dyadic adjustment, child psychosocial outcomes, and reducing partner violence.
Strauser, D. R. (1995, Jan-Mar). Application of Self-Efficacy Theory in Rehabilitation Counseling. Journal of Rehabilitation, 61(1), 7-11.
This article gives an overview to self-efficacy theory, efficacy expectations, sources and interpretation of efficacy. Self-efficacy theory is used in rehabilitation counseling in helping an individual adjust to a disability. Self-efficacy theory is also used to assist in career development.