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Narrative CBT : distinctive features

Author: John Rhodes
Publisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 2014.
Series: CBT distinctive features series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The popularity of using narrative, metaphor and building solutions in CBT has increased in recent years. Narrative CBT, part of the third wave of cognitive therapies, recognises the importance of helping to build new ideas and practices in order to create change, examining a person's multiple and evolving narratives and their behaviour as intrinsically meaningful. In Narrative CBT, John Rhodes presents the features  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Rhodes
ISBN: 9780415533966 0415533961 9780415533973 041553397X
OCLC Number: 841516493
Description: ix, 164 pages ; 19 cm.
Contents: The distinctive theoretical features of narrative CBT. Introduction to NCBT --
Narrative --
Metaphors --
Emotions and feelings --
Motivations : their loss and reconstruction --
Understanding behaviour --
The network of meaning --
The dispositional self --
The foundation of trust --
Understanding the presentation of problems --
How does therapy create change? --
How narrative might help --
Learning from the client and building trust --
The theory of problem patterns, exceptions and goals --
integrating theory and practice --
The distinctive practical features of narrative CBT. First encounters and therapy planning --
Constructive narration of difficulties --
Exploring metaphors and blended reactions --
Case conceptualization --
Solution-focused exploration --
Constructional and structured approaches to self-beliefs --
Trauma --
Building alternative meanings --
Identity, values and purpose --
Constructional approaches to interaction patterns --
Working with the unknown self --
Working with images, enactment and writing --
Living with emotions --
Depression --
Diverse applications : OCD and refugees.
Series Title: CBT distinctive features series.
Responsibility: John Rhodes.

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"The popularity of using narrative, metaphor and building solutions in CBT has increased in recent years. Narrative CBT, part of the third wave of cognitive therapies, recognises the importance of helping to build new ideas and practices in order to create change, examining a person's multiple and evolving narratives and their behaviour as intrinsically meaningful. In Narrative CBT, John Rhodes presents the features of NCBT in thirty key points. The first fifteen summarise how the theory of narrative can clarify difficulties with emotions, motives and interactions and address how rebuilding confidence and trust is crucial for change to be achieved. In the second half of the book, case conceptualisation and the techniques of NCBT are explained and illustrated. Narrative, solution-orientated and CBT techniques are integrated and specific NCBT approaches for trauma, depression and OCD are highlighted. Ideal for clinical and counselling psychologists, both established and in training, psychotherapists and all professionals carrying out therapy in the field of mental health, this book clearly and accessibly presents the techniques and key concepts of Narrative CBT"--

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