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Collaborative case conceptualization : working effectively with clients in cognitive-behavioral therapy

Author: W Kuyken; Christine A Padesky; Robert Dudley
Publisher: New York : Guilford Press, ©2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Case conceptualization is among the most challenging aspects of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT). Many therapists feel stymied by the task of formulating client problems in a way that is both efficient and accurate. This groundbreaking book describes an easy-to-understand new approach that standardizes the conceptualization process, incorporates client strengths, evolves throughout treatment, and enlists the
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: W Kuyken; Christine A Padesky; Robert Dudley
ISBN: 9781606230725 1606230727
OCLC Number: 259902121
Description: xvii, 366 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: The Procrustean dilemma --
The case conceptualization crucible : a new model --
Two heads are better than one : collaborative empiricism --
Incorporating client strengths and building resilience --
"Can you help me?" : descriptive case conceptualization --
"Why does this keep happening to me?" : cross-sectional explanatory conceptualizations --
"Does my future look like my past?" : longitudinal explanatory conceptualizations --
Learning and teaching case conceptualization --
Appraising the model.
Responsibility: Willem Kuyken, Christine A. Padesky, Robert Dudley.
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