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See detailÄrgerbezogene kognitive Verhaltenstherapie eines Jugendlichen in der Heimunterbringung. Eine Fallgeschichte.
Reiser, Manon; Steffgen, Georges UL

in Verhaltenstherapie (2019), 29(2), 118-128

Jugendliche aus stationären Einrichtungen (z.B. Heime) sind häufig von der Chronifizierung einer psychischen Störung bedroht [Schmid, 2007]. Unter anderem aufgrund von Traumatisierungen sind ... [more ▼]

Jugendliche aus stationären Einrichtungen (z.B. Heime) sind häufig von der Chronifizierung einer psychischen Störung bedroht [Schmid, 2007]. Unter anderem aufgrund von Traumatisierungen sind externalisierende Verhaltensprobleme, z.B. wiederholter unangemessener Ärgerausdruck, festzustellen, die einen Behandlungserfolg in Frage stellen. Erforderlich ist es daher problematische Ärgerreaktionen von Jugendlichen zu thematisieren, und den Umgang mit Ärger zu verändern. In dieser Falldarstellung wird die Umsetzung eines 10-wöchigen kognitiv-verhaltenstherapeutischen Ärgerbewältigungstrainings [Schwenkmezger et al., 1999] bei einem fremdplatzierten verhaltensauffälligen Jugendlichen aufgezeigt [Steffgen et al., 2014]. Die eingesetzten testdiagnostischen Verfahren belegen, dass die Bereitschaft zu aggressiven Verhaltensweisen sowie des nach außen gerichteten Ärgerausdrucks reduziert, und die Ärgerkontrolle erhöht wurde. Insgesamt konnte die Wirksamkeit der programmgestützten Intervention am Einzelfall nachgewiesen werden. Jugendliche in der Heimunterbringung können somit durch die Teilnahme an einer Ärgerintervention Nutzen ziehen, indem sie lernen ihre Emotionsregulation zu optimieren, um dadurch ihre soziale Kompetenz zu erhöhen. Ihre gesellschaftliche Eingliederung ließe sich dadurch erleichtern. [less ▲]

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See detailDie Erweiterung von Konzepten und Definitionen von Suchtverhalten
Billieux, Joël UL; Vögele, Claus UL

in Verhaltenstherapie (2018), 28(4), 209-211

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See detailDoes anyone still understand me? Psychotherapy and multilingualism.
Karp, Mélanie; Vögele, Claus UL

in Verhaltenstherapie (2016)

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See detailAdipositas im Kindes- und Jugendalter: Risikofaktoren, Prävention und Behandlung
Platte, Petra; Vögele, Claus UL; Meule, Adrian

in Verhaltenstherapie (2014), 24(3), 182-192

Longer lasting weight loss is only achieved in 10% of obese adults, who try to lose weight. Therefore, prevention programmes for children and adolescents should have highest priority. Proximal and distal ... [more ▼]

Longer lasting weight loss is only achieved in 10% of obese adults, who try to lose weight. Therefore, prevention programmes for children and adolescents should have highest priority. Proximal and distal risk factors for the development of obesity include high-energy intake, low physical activity, high genetic load, low socioeconomic status and migration background. Prevention and intervention programmes need to take psychosocial factors into account and offer a personalized therapy in the respective settings. Even though cognitive behaviour therapy is superior to lifestyle intervention alone, as weight loss during treatment is higher when cognitive behaviour therapy is offered, its long-term success is uncertain. The need to include the family environment into treatment programmes is illustrated by studies showing that treating parents alone has the same effect on children’s weight loss as treating both parents and their children. Fast food, sugar sweetened drinks, hours of watching television and computer use are often discussed in terms of their causative role for obesity. The role of government policies to regulate the availability of fast food or sugar sweetened drinks as a prevention strategy is disputed, with little current empirical evidence as to the efficacy or effectiveness of such an approach. Nevertheless, public health regulations are unlikely to achieve the desired results at a population level, if not supported by families, schools and communities as well as the industry, currently investing more in economic success than responsibility for society. [less ▲]

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See detailState of the Art in der Verhaltensmedizin: Keynote-Beiträge der DGVM-Jahrestagung 2013 - Editorial
Vögele, Claus UL; Leplow, Bernd; Hillert, Andreas

in Verhaltenstherapie (2014)

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See detailWas ist Gesundheit?
Vögele, Claus UL

in Verhaltenstherapie (2013), 23

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See detailSubjektive Ressourcen und Defizite in der Pflege des Ehepartners mit Demenz (Subjective resources and deficits in spousal dementia caregiving)
Leist, Anja UL; Kaiser-Hylla, Catherine; Ferring, Dieter UL

in Verhaltenstherapie (2011, September), 21(S1), 14-14

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See detailVon der Forschung zur Praxis - 13. Kongress der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Verhaltensmedizin und Verhaltensmodifikation - DGVM
Vögele, Claus UL

in Verhaltenstherapie (2011), 21 (suppl1)

Abstract-Band des 13. Kongresses der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Verhaltensmedizin und Verhaltensmodifikation, Luxemburg, 29.9.-1.10.2011

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See detailHow does expressive writing take effect? Differential mechanisms of writing about stressful life events
Niedtfeld, Inga; Schmidt, Alexander F. UL; Scholz, O. Berndt

in VERHALTENSTHERAPIE (2008), 18(2), 91-99

Background: Research has proposed that writing about stressful events which encompasses disclosing thoughts and feelings concerning a stressful event can lead to improvements in measures of well-being and ... [more ▼]

Background: Research has proposed that writing about stressful events which encompasses disclosing thoughts and feelings concerning a stressful event can lead to improvements in measures of well-being and health. Original studies initiated by James Pennebaker [ Pennebaker and Beall, 1986] have demonstrated that this brief and parsimonious intervention can lead to beneficial effects, while the mechanisms behind these benefits from experimental disclosure are still not clarified. Subjects and Method: The present study investigated whether writing about stressful events would influence long-term measures of mood, depressive symptoms, symptoms following a stressful event, and self-reported health. Furthermore, two possible mechanisms to which benefits might be attributable, namely improvements in self-efficacy or healthy emotion regulation strategies, were examined. Results: The results indicate that writing diminishes hyperarousal and the occurrence of negative affect, but has no effect on the frequency of positive affect, or depressive symptoms. Self-efficacy and the use of different emotion regulation strategies cannot account for observed improvements in stress symptoms, albeit perceived intensity is proved to be a mediator. Conclusion: Expressive writing has more specific effects on coping with stress than supposed in early studies. [less ▲]

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