|Statement||by Jay Haley.|
|Series||The Jossey-Bass behavioral science series|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 275 p.|
|Number of Pages||275|
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Problem-Solving Therapy: A Treatment Manual is a laudable and distinctive resource that contributes to contemporary and exemplary psychotherapy in a big wayNew England Psychologist Through Problem-Solving Therapy: A Treatment Manual, Nezu and colleagues offer an excellent manual that has the potential to help a wide range of individuals cope with life's challenges.4/5. Because professionals like to slice reality thinly, problem-solving therapy has come to be seen as a type of therapy. But all therapy is problem-solving therapy. Either we seek to help our clients ‘solve the problem’ by feeling and thinking differently about it, or we help them find ways to solve an actual practical problem (or both!). Problem solving therapy (PST) is one of the focused psychological strategies supported by Medicare for use by appropriately trained general practitioners. This article reviews the evidence base for PST and its use in the general practice setting. Problem solving therapy involves patients learning or reactivating problem solving skills. Problem-solving therapy can provide training in adaptive problem-solving skills as a means of better resolving and/or coping with stressful problems. Such skills include: • Making effective decisions. • Generating creative means of dealing with problems. • Accurately identifying barriers .