Other Books and Chapters

Dryden, W., & Golden W.L. (1986). Cognitive-Behavioral Approaches to Psychotherapy. London: Harper & Row.

In this edited volume, the various major approaches to cognitive-behavior therapy are described and outlined by the leading exponents of each approach such as Albert Ellis and Aaron Beck.

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ISBNDB Psychotherapy

ISBNDB Behavior Therapy


Golden, W.L. (1986). An integration of Ericksonian and cognitive-behavioral hypnotherapy in the treatment of anxiety disorders.  In E.T. Dowd & J.M. Healy (Eds.), Case Studies in Hypnotherapy. New York: Guilford press.

The integration of cognitive-behavioral hypnotherapy and Ericksonian hypnotherapy is described in the treatment of anxiety disorders.


Golden, W.L. (1986). Another view of choosing  inductions.  In B. Zilbergeld, M.G. Edelstein, & D.L. Araoz (Eds.), Hypnosis: Questions and Answers. New York: W.W. Norton & Co.

Various approaches to selecting which hypnotic induction procedure is appropriate and effective for a given patient are described.


Golden, W.L. (1986). Can hypnotized patients be persuaded to do almost anything?  In B.Zilbergeld, M.G. Edelstein, & D.L. Araoz (Eds.), Hypnosis: Questions and Answers. New York: W.W. Norton & Co.

Research on the question of volition and control of the hypnotized subject is examined and evaluated.


Golden W.L., & Dryden W. (1986). Cognitive-Behavioral therapies: Commonalities, divergences and future development.  In W. Dryden & W.L. Golden (Eds)., Cognitive-Behavioral Approaches to Psychotherapy. London: Harper & Row.

The similarities and differences between the various models of cognitive-behavior therapy are described.


Golden W.L., & Friedberg, F. (1986). Cognitive-behavioral hypnotherapy. In W. Dryden & W.L. Golden (Eds.), Cognitive-Behavioral Approaches to Psychotherapy.  London: Harper and Row.

The integration of cognitive-behavior therapy and hypnotherapy are described.


Golden, W.L.  (1989). Resistance and change in cognitive-behaviour therapy. In W. Dryden & P. Trower (Eds.), Cognitive Psychotherapy: Stasis andChange. Casselli: London.

A cognitive-behavioral approach to preventing and overcoming resistance is described.

Golden, W.L. (2006). Hypnotherapy for anxiety, phobias and psychophysiological disorders. In R.A. Chapman (Ed.), The Use of Hypnosis in Cognitive Behavior Therapy. New York: Springer Publishing Co.

The integration of cognitive-behavior therapy and hypnotherapy are described in the treatment of anxiety, phobias and psychophysiological disorders.

The Use of Hypnosis in Cognitive Behavior Therapy  

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