Title Psychological Treatment of Patients With Chronic Respiratory Disease
Subtitle (Clinical Health Psychology Series)
Author Susan M. Labott
ISBN 9781433832246
List price USD 54.99
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Binding Paperback
No of pages 152
Book size 152 x 228 mm
Publishing year 2020
Original publisher American Psychological Association
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Description:

This concise primer shows clinical health psychologists how to assess and treat adults suffering from chronic respiratory disease. It provides basic medical information for practitioners, especially those performing in outpatient settings who may be unfamiliar with these conditions, and gives psychologists clear, practical answers to the following questions:

What is this disease?

What is its impact on this person’s life?

How, as a psychologist, should I assess and treat this person?

In this book readers will learn to identify common symptoms of respiratory dysfunction, and the basic features of common pulmonary diseases including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, asthma, fibrosis and pneumoconiosis, pulmonary arterial hypertension, sarcoidosis, cystic fibrosis, and sleep apnea.

Common medical treatments are described, along with environmental and occupational exposures that can exacerbate symptoms, as well as the impacts of gender, racial, and environmental factors.

Chapters examine psychological evaluation and treatment, with a particular focus on anxiety and depression, the two most common comorbid mental health conditions.

Cognitive and behavior treatments, psychotropic medications, and anti-smoking interventions are discussed, as are the mental health effects of chronic pulmonary disease on family members and friends, end-of-life issues, ethical and professional issues.


Contents:

Series Foreword

Acknowledgments

Introduction

 

PART I. OVERVIEW OF CHRONIC RESPIRATORY DISEASE IN ADULTS

Chapter 1. Understanding the Respiratory System and Chronic Respiratory Diseases

Chapter 2. Diagnosis and Treatment of Pulmonary Disease

Chapter 3. Environmental, Social, and Genetic Influences on Chronic Respiratory Disease

 

PART II. PSYCHOLOGICAL INTERVENTION

Chapter 4. Psychological Evaluation of Pulmonary Patients

Chapter 5. Adjustment

Chapter 6. Anxiety

Chapter 7. Depression

Chapter 8. Tobacco and Other Inhaled Substances

Chapter 9. Family Challenges and Social Support

Chapter 10. End of Life

Chapter 11. Ethics and Professional Issues

References

About the Author

About the Series Editor


About the Author:

Susan M. Labott, PhD, ABPP, received her doctorate in clinical psychology from Northern Illinois University and completed a postdoctoral fellowship at Henry Ford Hospital.

She developed and directed the Health Psychology Service at the University of Illinois Hospital and Health Sciences System for 18 years. She is currently Professor Emerita of Clinical Psychology in Psychiatry.

Board certified in clinical health psychology by the American Board of Professional Psychology, she also has interests in ethics and chairs the Social/Behavioral Institutional Review Board at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Dr. Labott lives in Chicago, IL.


Target Audience:

This concise primer shows clinical health psychologists how to assess and treat adults suffering from chronic respiratory disease.

 
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