Behavioral Health Book Called “Masterwork” by Experts

Dr. David Tolin, founder and director of the Institute of Living’s Anxiety Disorders Center, has published a new book on cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) that is being received by experts in the field as a “masterwork.”

The book, “Doing CBT: A Comprehensive Guide to Working with Behaviors, Thoughts and Emotions,” is a resource for fellow practitioners.

In the book, Tolin explains in plain language the core concepts and effective techniques for addressing the behavioral, cognitive and emotional elements of psychological problems.

David Tolin, MD
Program Director
Anxiety Disorders Center at Hartford Hospital’s Institute of Living

The book also features a number of case studies. “Publication of this book is a very major achievement,” said Dr. Harold I. (Hank) Schwartz, psychiatrist-in-chief at the IOL. Tolin is the author of more than 150 scientific journal articles, as well as two other books on psychiatric disorders.