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Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) Across the Life Span

Guidelines and Clinical Protocols for Health Professionals

Baglioni, Chiara / Espie, Colin A. / Riemann, Dieter (Herausgeber)

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1. Auflage August 2022
288 Seiten, Softcover
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ISBN: 978-1-119-78513-2
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COGNITIVE-BEHAVIOURAL THERAPY FOR INSOMNIA (CBT-I) ACROSS THE LIFE SPAN

A comprehensive presentation of the use of CBT in patients experiencing insomnia

In Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) Across the Life Span: Guidelines and Clinical Protocols for Health Professionals, a team of distinguished medical researchers delivers a comprehensive exploration of various treatment protocols used by health professionals treating patients with insomnia from several different populations. The included treatment protocols are written by members of the European Academy for Cognitive-Behaviour Treatment for Insomnia and reflect the most current practice and theoretical models.

The editors have included contributions from leading scholars throughout Europe, as well as up-and-coming researchers with new and exciting data and conclusions to share with the community of health practitioners treating patients experiencing insomnia. In the book, readers will find discussions of the presentation of insomnia in different professional populations - including healthcare workers and shift workers - as well as the presence of common comorbidities. They'll also discover:
* A thorough introduction to the disorder of insomnia, as well as the use of cognitive-behavioural therapy in the treatment of insomnia patients
* Comprehensive explorations of the influence of the lifespan and professional factors on the presentation and impact of insomnia on paediatric and adult patients
* In-depth discussions of frequently occurring comorbidities, including affective disorders, mental disorders, somatic disorders and chronic pain
* Fulsome treatments of the emotional processes associated with insomnia, including acceptance and commitment therapy and mindfulness training

Perfect for psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers and other clinicians engaged in the treatment of insomnia, Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) Across the Life Span: Guidelines and Clinical Protocols for Health Professionals will also earn a place in the libraries of medical researchers with a professional interest in CBT, insomnia and other sleep disorders.

INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION TO INSOMNIA DISORDER

SECTION I: COGNITIVE-BEHAVIOUR THERAPY FOR INSOMNIA (CBT-I). AN INTRODUCTION FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONALS:

1) THE STANDARD CBT-I PROTOCOL
2) EFFICACY OF CBT-I AND ITS SINGLE COMPONENTS
3) PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICAL MECHANISMS OF CBT-I
4) CBT-I INSTRUMENTS
5) CBT-I AND PHARMACOLOGICAL TREATMENT

SECTION II: A FOCUS ON THE AGE/SEX SPAN

6) PROTOCOLS FOR SLEEP INITIATING AND MAINTAINING PROBLEMS IN PEDIATRIC POPULATIONS
7) CBT-I PROTOCOLS FOR ELDERLY
8) CBT-I PROTOCOLS FOR WOMEN'S AGE SPAN
9) CBT-I PROTOCOLS FOR SHIFT WORKERS

SECTION III: A FOCUS ON COMORBIDITIES

10) CBT-I PROTOCOLS FOR INSOMNIA COMORBID WITH AFFECTIVE OR OTHER MENTAL DISORDERS
11) CBT-I PROTOCOLS FOR INSOMNIA COMORBID WITH SOMATIC DISORDERS
12) CBT-I PROTOCOLS FOR INSOMNIA COMORBID WITH SLEEP DISORDERS

SECTION IV: A FOCUS ON EMOTIONAL PROCESSES AND NEW AVENUES

13) ACCEPTANCE COMMITMENT THERAPY (ACT) FOR INSOMNIA: Theoretical issues and principles. Interventional strategies and instruments
14) TRAINING FOR EMOTION REGULATION AND MINDFULNESS FOR INSOMNIA: Theoretical issues and principles. Interventional strategies and instruments
15) NEW BEHAVIOURAL INTERVENTIONS: e.g. INTENSIVE SLEEP RE-TRAINING: Theoretical issues and principles. Interventional strategies and instruments.

SECTION V: DEVELOPING AND DELIVERING SERVICES FOR PEOPLE WITH INSOMNIA: A FOCUS ON THE STEPPED CARE MODEL

16) A CBT-I PROTOCOL FOR GPs
17) CBT-I PROTCOL FOR ACUTE INSOMNIA
18) ISSUES RELATED TO GROUP CBT-I
19) DIGITAL CBT-I

SECTION VI: TRAINING IN CBT-I

20) PRECONDITIONS FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONALS TO CONDUCT AND TEACH CBT-I
21) LEVELS OF EXPERTISE
22) TRAINING PRINCIPLES AND CHARACTERISTICS
Chiara Baglioni, is a Professor in the Department of Human Sciences at the University of Rome G. Marconi in Italy and the Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Medical Center at the University of Freiburg in Germany.

Colin A. Espie, PhD, DSc(Med) is Professor of Sleep Medicine in the Sir Jules Thorn Sleep & Circadian Neuroscience Institute at the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences, University of Oxford, UK.

Dieter Riemann, MD, is a Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, Medical Center at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Freiburg in Germany.