Please update your browser

You're using a version of Internet Explorer that isn't supported by Questia.
To get a better experience, go to one of these sites and get the latest
version of your preferred browser:

Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy

Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy is a journal offering case studies, theory and research papers, articles specifying the clinical implications of topical research, and literature reviews on clinical topics in all aspects of cognitive psychotherapy. Since it was founded in 1987, it is printed quarterly. The journal is published by Springer Publishing Co.Subjects for Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy include social programs and psychology and psychiatry. The editor in chief is Steven Taylor.

Articles from Vol. 12, No. 1, 1998

Cognitive and Constructive Psychotherapies: Theory, Research, and Practice
Cognitive and Constructive Psychotherapies: Theory, Research, and Practice Michael J. Mahoney (Ed.). New York: Springer Publishing Company, 1995, 216 pp.I have long thought that the theoretical systems of psychotherapy follow the Zeitgeist of the culture...
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy of Schizophrenia
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy of Schizophrenia David G. Kingdon & Douglas Turkington, New York: Guilford, 1994, 212 pp., $27.50.In Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy of Schizophrenia Kingdon and Turkington have written a text that cogently outlines a compelling...
Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of Schizophrenia: A Case Study
Cognitive-behavioral treatment (CBT) has rarely been applied as the primary treatment for the multiple, severe and persistent problems that characterize schizophrenia. This case study describes the process of CBT in the long-term outpatient care of a...
Cognitive Group Therapy for Paranoid Schizophrenics: Applying Cognitive Dissonance
Psychotherapy with paranoid schizophrenics is a hard and often unrewarding task. Individual and group therapies are usually supportive only and are not aimed at changing the paranoid mode of thinking. Although cognitive therapy has been applied in schizophrenic...
Cognitive Therapy and the Narrative Trend: A Bridge Too Far?
In his article on the possible integration of cognitive and narrative therapies, Ramsay argues that (1) the evolution of traditional cognitive approaches has moved them in a constructivist direction, (2) remaining metatheoretical differences need not...
Integration of Cognitive Psychotherapies: Vive la Différence!, Right Now
This paper comments on Ramsey's paper, Postmodern cognitive therapy: Cognitions, narratives, and personal meaning-making, which discusses the possibility of an integration between narrative and more traditional cognitive models. Although an integration...
Postmodern Cognitive Therapy: Cognitions, Narratives, and Personal Meaning-Making
A hallmark of both cognitive and construct* vist-narrative theories of psychotherapy is the prominent role of personal meaning-making. Although there has been much debate between proponents of these theories, the assimilation of these models may signal...
The Integration of Cognitive and Behavioral Interventions in Routine Behavior Therapy
Some theoretical positions see cognitive therapy and behavior therapy as separate while others see the two as integrated forms of treatment. An open question is how these perspectives are reflected in therapeutic practice and whether in routine care...
Time Is of the Essence
Time Is Of the Essence Crisis Intervention and Time-Limited Cognitive Treatment. Albert R. Roberts (Ed.), Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 1995, 424 pp.When time is of the essence, Crisis Intervention and Time-Limited Cognitive Treatment (1995),...
Who Is the Briefest of Them All?
Who Is the Briefest of Them All? Brief but Comprehensive Psychotherapy: The Multimodal Way Arnold A. Lazarus. New York: Springer Publishing Company, 1997, 177 pp., $35.95 (hardcover)In Brief but Comprehensive Psychotherapy: The Multimodal Way, Lazarus...