Edward Watkins, Ph.D., interviewed by Jacqueline Persons, Ph.D.
Rumination is a common clinical symptom and can interfere with treatment progress, yet few tools are available for clinicians to target this problem. Edward Watkins, PhD and his colleagues have developed a new model for conceptualizing and targeting rumination with depressed clients - the habit-goal framework of rumination. In this interview, he and Jacqueline Persons, PhD discuss his model, as well as specific clinical strategies that therapists can use to treat rumination.
See Watkins, E. R. & Nolen-Hoeksema, S. (2014). A habit-goal framework of depressive rumination. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 123, 24-34.
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