The Prevention of Anxiety and Depression: Theory, Research, and Practice

Pages: 330
Item #: 4316024
ISBN: 978-1-59147-079-3
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Copyright: 2004
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Overview

In The Prevention of Anxiety and Depression, editors David J. A. Dozois and Keith S. Dobson demonstrate that prevention efforts are warranted in addressing the two most common mental health ailments. Leading experts examine current models and practices in prevention and the empirical evidence on risk and vulnerability for anxiety and depression separately and as co-morbid disorders. Authors survey the emerging support for intervention efforts at various stages. From this comprehensive and cutting edge literature, the editors synthesize a set of innovative recommendations for theory development and research.

Table of Contents

Contributors

Preface

  1. The Prevention of Anxiety and Depression: Introduction
    —David J. A. Dozois and Keith S. Dobson

I. Conceptual and Methodological Issues

  1. The Nature of Anxiety and Depression: Implications for Prevention
    —David J. A. Dozois and Henny A. Westra
  2. Measurement Issues in Preventing Anxiety and Depression: Concepts and Instruments
    —Peter J. Bieling, Randi E. McCabe, and Martin M. Antony
  3. Design Considerations in Prevention Research
    —David A. Clark

II. Prevention and Intervention Strategies

  1. Primary Prevention of Anxiety Disorders
    —Jennifer L. Hudson, Ellen Flannery-Schroeder, and Philip C. Kendall
  2. Secondary Prevention of Anxiety Disorders
    —Tyler J. Story, Bonnie G. Zucker, and Michelle G. Craske
  3. Tertiary Intervention for Anxiety and Prevention of Relapse
    —Michel J. Dugas, Adam S. Radomsky, and Pascale Brillon
  4. Primary Prevention of Depression
    —Cecilia A. Essau
  5. Secondary Prevention of Depression: Risk, Vulnerability, and Intervention
    —Rick E. Ingram, Mica Odom, and Tish Mitchusson
  6. Tertiary Intervention for Depression and Prevention of Relapse
    —Keith S. Dobson and Nicole D. Ottenbreit
  7. The Comorbidity of Anxiety and Depression, and the Implications of Comorbidity for Prevention
    —David J. A. Dozois, Keith S. Dobson, and Henny A. Westra

III. Conclusions

  1. The Prevention of Anxiety and Depression: Promises and Prospects
    —Keith S. Dobson and David J. A. Dozois

Author Index

Subject Index

About the Editors

Editor Bios

David J. A. Dozois, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the Departments of Psychology and Psychiatry at the University of Western Ontario in London, Ontario, Canada. He completed his doctoral work in Clinical Psychology at the University of Calgary in 1999. Dr. Dozois' research focuses on the role of cognition in depression and anxiety. He currently serves as Chair Elect for the CPA Section on Clinical Psychology.

Keith Dobson, PhD, is a Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. His research is in the area of cognitive aspects of depression, and cognitive-behavioral therapy. He has been the author/editor of seven books, including the Handbook of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapies (1988; 2001), and Empirically Supported Therapies: Best Practice in Professional Psychology (1998).