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 Annotated Bibliography of William L. Golden PhD

 

ARTICLES

Golden, W.L., Geller, E., & Hendricks, C. (1981). A coping - skills approach to flooding therapy in the treatment of test anxiety.  Rational Living, 16, 17-20.

The results of this research study suggest that adding coping strategies, such as relaxation techniques and coping self-statements, enhance the effectiveness of traditional flooding therapy.

 

Golden, W.L. & Consorte, J. (1982). Training mildly retarded individuals to control their anger through the use of cognitive-behavior therapy techniques.  Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 13, 182-187.

Several case studies are presented where anger management techniques such as relaxation techniques and coping self-statements were employed in treating mildly retarded adults.

Link  http://www.springerlink.com/content/t273008u27183387/

 

Golden, W.L. (1983). Rational-emotive hypnotherapy: Principals and techniques.  British Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy, 1, (2), 47-56.

RET and hypnotherapy are integrated into a comprehensive approach.

 

Golden, W.L. (1983). Resistance in cognitive-behavior therapy.  British Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy, 1, (2), 33-42.

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

 

Golden, W.L. (1985). Commonalities between cognitive-behavior therapy and hypnotherapy.  The Cognitive Behaviorist, 7, 2-4.

The similarities between cognitive-behavior therapy and hypnotherapy are described.

 

Fried, R., & Golden, W.L. (1989). The role of psycho-physiological hyperventilation assessment in cognitive-behavior therapy.  Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy: An International Quarterly, 3, 5-14.

Several case studies are presented where hyperventilation was assessed and treated via cognitive-behavior therapy.

 

Golden W.L., & Gersh, W.D. (1990). Cognitive-behavior therapy in the treatment of cancer patients.  Journal of Rational-Emotive & Cognitive-behavior Therapy, 8, 41-51.

Cognitive-behavior therapy is applied to the treatment of cancer patients.

 Link  http://www.springerlink.com/content/g367t5g17405371x/

Golden W.L. (1994). Cognitive-behavioral hypnotherapy for anxiety disorders.  Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy: An International Quarterly, 8, 265-274. 

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

Golden, W.L. (2007). Cognitive-behavioral hypnotherapy in the treatment of irritable-bowel-syndrome-induced agoraphobia. International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 55, (2), 131-146.

The integration of cognitive-behavior therapy and hypnotherapy are described in the treatment of irritable-bowel-syndrome.

 Link  http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00207140601177889#preview

Golden,W.L., (2012) Cognitive hypnotherapy for anxiety disorders. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis. 54, 4, 363-274.

Link  http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00029157.2011.650333

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.

 Links  http://www.abebooks.com/servlet/BookDetailsPL?bi=5229792414&searchurl=an%3DGolden%252C%2BW.L.

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Gersh, W.D., Golden, W.L., & Robbins, D. (1997). Mind Over Malignancy: Living With Cancer. Oakland, Ca.: New Harbinger.

This is a self-help book written for the cancer patient.

Links  http://isbndb.com/d/book/mind_over_malignancy.html

http://www.amazon.com/s?ie=UTF8&keywords=Mind%20over%20Malignancy&tag=wwwcampusboocom48704-20&index=books&link_code=qs

 

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 AnswersNew York: W.W. Norton & Co.

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


Golden W.L.,  Dowd, E.T.,  & Friedberg, F. (1987). Hypnotherapy: A Modern Approach.  New York: Pergamon.

In this book, the integration of cognitive-behavior therapy and hypnotherapy are described in the treatment of anxiety disorders, phobias, pain, depression, habit disorders and sexual dysfunction.

Links  http://www.abebooks.com/Hypnotherapy-Modern-Approach-Golden-W.L-Allyn/1053479828/bd

http://www.abebooks.com/products/isbn/9780205143344

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http://isbndb.com/d/person/golden_william_h/subject/hypnotism_therapeutic_use.html

 

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 and Change. Casselli: London.

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

 

Golden, W.L., Gersh, W.D., & Robbins, D.M. (1992). Psychological Treatment of Cancer Patients. New York: Pergamon Press.

In this book, a comprehensive cognitive-behavior therapy approach is presented in treating a wide range of problems encountered by cancer patients and their families.

Links  http://www.amazon.com/Psychological-Treatment-Cancer-Patients-Cognitive-Behavioral/dp/0205145515

http://isbndb.com/d/person/golden_william_h/subject/cognitive_therapy.html

http://isbndb.com/d/person/golden_william_h/subject/cancer_patients_rehabilitation.html

 

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. 

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