Hoarding Disorder

by Gregory S. Chasson, Jedidiah Siev

Series: Advances in Psychotherapy – Evidence-Based Practice - Volume 40

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Hands-on, evidence-based guidance on hoarding disorder for busy professionals:

  • Latest knowledge on the assessment and treatment of hoarding disorder
  • How to carry out the first-line treatment – CBT for hoarding disorder
  • Special sections on hoarding in the elderly and hoarding with animals
  • Tips on legal and logistical problems
  • Copyable tools for assessment and treatment

Cover text

Hoarding disorder is a new subtype of obsessive compulsive disorder in the DSM-5 that presents particular challenges in therapeutic work, including the poor treatment adoption and lack of awareness of those affected. This evidence-based guide written by leading experts presents the busy practitioner with the latest knowledge on assessment and treatment of hoarding disorder. The reader gains a thorough grounding in the treatment of choice for hoarding – a specific form of CBT interweaved with psychoeducational, motivational, and harm reduction approaches to ensure successful treatment. Includes information for special client groups: the elderly and hoarding with animals. Printable tools help practitioners carry out therapy. This book is essential reading for clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, psychotherapists, geriatric practitioners, as well as students.

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