People and Change: An Introduction to Counseling and Stress Management

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Acknowledgments

I dedicate this book to the many people who have shared and shaped my life. My parents, Bonnie and Des, and my sister Ann, who have always been there for me in their different ways--my mother deserves a very special thanks; Tom Adachi, Doctors Michael Smurfit and Tony O'Reilly, and St. Patrick's Hospital ( Dublin) for giving me the time and resources to put pen to paper; Aileen Keeley, for typing the manuscript, but even more, for being such a true friend. In this category also are Buck Rogers, for his generosity of spirit and his continued support and guidance; Professor Stanley Rachman for his invaluable observations and suggestions for modifications to the manuscript; the staff at Lawrence Erlbaum Associates for their encouragement throughout; and Brian Nason and Gerry Simon, for their practical advice and assistance on more than one occasion. Without all of these people, the book might never have been completed.

I must also include a number of my wonderful friends: Mary Keating, Patsy and Declan, Kate and Ronnie, Cathy and Des Sharkey, Paul Dubsky, Therese Brady, Bob and Linda, Gail, John Ludgate, Phillip Sheppard, Mary Mahon, Finola and Don, Bill Maher, Anne Vinnicombe, and Leonard Bernstein. These are the people who have kept my inner fire burning through the years, with their belief in me and their love. Thanks are also due to Professor Richard Lazarus, Professor Michael Mahoney, Professor Aaron Beck, and Professor Marvin Goldfried for their precious time and for helping me expand my horizons, both professionally and personally.

Finally, and by no means least, thanks to my clients--one and all--who, over the years, have taught me so much about living and learning, sharing, and caring.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page ii
  • Contents v
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Introduction 1
  • Part I - How Problems Develop 7
  • 1 - Learning 9
  • 2 - Sources of Stress 23
  • 3 - The Stress Response 49
  • Part II - Specific Problem Areas 59
  • 4 - Anxiety, Fears, and Phobias 61
  • 5 - Depression 75
  • 6 - Obsessive-Compulsive Problems 85
  • 7 - Relating 95
  • 8 - Marriage 105
  • 9 - Sex 113
  • 10 - Overindulgence 123
  • 11 - Attrition, Adherence, and Relapse 135
  • Appendix I - Identifying Problems and Planning Changes 149
  • Appendix V - Making Changes in Thinking 201
  • References 229
  • Author Index 237
  • Subject Index 245
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