Introduction 1. Reactive Avoidance and Risky Behavior 2. An Overview of Specific Distress Reduction Behaviors 3. Key Treatment Recommendations 4. Assessing Distress Reduction Behaviors in Context 5. Safety, Stabilization, and Harm Reduction 6. Acceptance and Mindfulness 7. Trigger Management 8. Processing Trauma- and Attachment-Related Memories 9. Treatment Planning and Implementation: Bringing It All Together 10. Special Considerations for Certain Distress Reduction Behaviors and Patterns.
Building smart teams is an essential guide to creating high-performance teams fast. Based on research results from close to 2,000 individuals organized into more than 250 teams, the text identifies the three critical skill sets that teams need and shows how to transfer these skills to a group. The authors' research and experience show that, by concentrating on these three critical skill sets, a group is almost certain to become a high-performaing team quickly.