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Oxford guide to low intensity CBT interventions

Author: James Bennett-Levy
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2010.
Series: Oxford guides in cognitive behavioural therapy.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A radical new approach to the treatment of common mental health problems is emerging. Until recently, the only form of evidence-based psychological intervention available for many people with depression and anxiety was traditional one-to-one therapy - but most people had difficulty accessing it. The choice was either long waiting lists in public health systems (if therapy was available), or private practitioners for
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James Bennett-Levy
ISBN: 9780199590117 0199590117
OCLC Number: 559788109
Description: xxviii, 600 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
Contents: Machine generated contents note: Section 1 Low intensity CBT models and conceptual underpinnings --
Low Intensity CBT models and conceptual underpinnings: Overview / Paul Farrand --
1. Low intensity CBT interventions: a revolution in mental health care / Paul Farrand --
2. Access and organization: putting low intensity interventions to work in clinical services / David A. Richards --
3. STEPS model: a high volume, multi-level, multi-purpose approach to address common mental health problems / Jim White --
4. Increasing access and effectiveness: using the internet to deliver low intensity CBT / Helen Christensen --
5. new language for CBT: new ways of working require new thinking, as well as new words / Jill Morrison --
Section 2 Low intensity CBT interventions: the new practices --
Section 2A Introducing and supporting guided CBT --
Introducing and supporting guided CBT: Overview / James Bennett-Levy --
6. Low intensity CBT assessment: in person or by phone / Chris Williams --
7. Monitoring and evaluation in low intensity CBT interventions / Jennifer Nicholas --
8. Introducing and supporting written and internet-based guided CBT / Mark Kenwright --
9. Matching clients to CBT self-help resources / Chris Williams --
10. Collaborative care: the effective organization of treatment for depression / David A. Richards --
11. Supervising low intensity workers in high volume clinical environments / David A. Richards --
Section 2B Key low intensity CBT interventions in depression and anxiety --
Key low intensity CBT interventions in depression and anxiety: Overview / Brandilyn Willett --
12. Behavioural activation / David A. Richards --
13. Problem solving as a low intensity intervention / Mark A. Lau --
14. Increasing physical activity as a low intensity treatment for depression / Adrian H. Taylor --
15. Using low intensity interventions in the treatment of anxiety disorders / Peter McEvoy --
16. Brief motivational interviewing for depression and anxiety / Amanda Baker --
17. Low intensity CBT interventions for chronic insomnia / Maxine Holmqvist --
Section 2C Guided CBT interventions using written materials --
Guided CBT interventions using written materials: Overview / James Bennett-Levy --
18. Choosing self-help books wisely: sorting the wheat from the chaff / Paul Farrand --
19. Developing self-help books on prescription schemes / Joanne Woodford --
20. Using CBT-based self-help classes to deliver written materials in Health Service, further education and voluntary sector settings / Kirsten Thomlinson --
Section 2D Guided CBT interventions using the internet --
Guided CBT interventions using the internet: Overview / Judy Proudfoot --
21. Turn on, tune in and (don't) drop out: engagement, adherence, attrition, and alliance with internet-based interventions / Kate Cavanagh --
22. Treatment credibility and satisfaction with internet interventions / Drew Saylor --
23. Internet-based mental health screening / Pim Cuijpers --
24. Standards and operating guidelines for internet interventions / Judy Proudfoot --
25. Guided CBT internet interventions: specific issues in supporting clients with depression, anxiety and co-morbid conditions / Matthijs Blankers --
Section 2E Novel uses of communication technologies: supporting low intensity CBT in new environments --
Novel uses of communication technologies: supporting low intensity CBT in new enviornments: Overview / Britt Klein --
26. Using different communication channels to support internet interventions / Per Carlbring --
27. Supporting low intensity interventions using the telephone / Karina Lovell --
28. Use of the short message service (SMS)-based interventions to enhance low intensity CBT / Stephanie Bauer --
29. Email in low intensity CBT interventions / Nickolai Titov --
30. Online mutual support bulletin boards / Julia Reynolds --
31. Low intensity CBT by mail / Jan Parr --
Section 2F Stepping further outside the box; extending the environments for low intensity CBT --
Stepping further outside the box: extending the environments for low intensity CBT: Overview / Brandilyn Willett --
32. Large group didactic CBT classes for common mental health problems / Jim White --
33. Cognitive Behavioural Group Therapy (CBGT): capitalizing on efficiency and humanity / Theo De Gagne --
34. Will you follow while they lead? Introducing a patient-led approach to low intensity CBT interventions / Timothy A. Carey --
35. Advice Clinic or `What I did in my 30 minutes' / Jim White --
36. Low intensity CBT interventions by general practitioners / Lee David --
37. Adapting low intensity CBT interventions for clients with severe mental illness / David J. Kavanagh --
Section 2G Going upstream: using low intensity CBT interventions to prevent mental health problems --
Going upstream: using low intensity CBT interventions to prevent mental health problems: Overview / Kathleen M. Griffiths --
38. Group CBT for the prevention of depression in adults / Pim Cuijpers --
39. Internet-delivered prevention for anxiety and depression disorders in adults / Justin Kenardy --
40. Low intensity targeted group prevention of depression in adolescents and children / Greg Clarke --
41. Internet-based anxiety and depression prevention programs for children and adolescents / Kathleen M. Griffiths --
42. Parental programs for preventing behavioural and emotional problems in children / James Kirby --
43. Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy: a low intensity group program to prevent depressive relapse / Mark A. Lau --
Section 3 Training low intensity CBT practitioners --
Training low intensity CBT practitioners: Overview / James Bennett-Levy --
44. Training low intensity workers / David A. Richards --
45. Training depression case managers / David Ekers --
46. Training peers to provide low intensity CBT support: the value of personal experience / Kylee Neate --
47. Training the wider workforce in using CBT written self-help resources / Catriona Kent --
48. Training general practitioners to prescribe depression self-management / Elliot Goldner --
49. Training clinicians online to be e-therapists: the `Anxiety Online' model / Lisa Ciechomski --
50. From classroom to `shop floor': challenges faced as a low intensity practitioner / Rea Wilson --
Section 4A Facilitating the widespread adoption of low intensity CBT interventions: changing systems and routine practice --
Facilitating the widespread adoption of low intensity CBT interventions: changing systems and routine practice: Overview / James Bennett-Levy --
51. Establishing the Improved Access to Psychological Therapies programme: lessons from large-scale change in England / Michael Clark --
52. Implementing low intensity interventions: what governments want and why / Alex McMahon --
53. Challenges and potential solutions in integrating internet-based CBT interventions into specialist services / Pim Cuijpers --
54. Achieving widespread dissemination of low intensity evidence-based practices: the experience of the Triple P-Positive Parenting Program / Majella Murphy Brennan --
55. Practical service redesign: helping general practitioners to enhance depression care / Michael Smith --
56. Implementing low intensity CBT in case management of clients with severe mental illness / Frank P. Deane --
57. Effective partnerships with community groups / Kevin Khayat --
Section 4B Facilitating the widespread adoption of low intensity CBT interventions; adapting interventions to different community contexts --
Facilitating the widespread adoption of low intensity CBT interventions: adapting interventions to different community contexts: Overview / James Bennett-Levy --
58. Bringing the public on board; health promotion and social marketing in deprived communities / Jim White --
59. Enhancing community awareness of depression, access to treatment and attitudinal change: experiences from beyondblue: the national depression initiative / Leonie A. Young --
60. Problems and potential in rolling out low intensity CBT interventions in rural communities / Mark A. Lau --
61. Improving access to low intensity interventions for ethnic minority communities / Judy Leibowitz --
62. Low intensity CBT with indigenous consumers: creative solutions for culturally appropriate mental health care / Melissa Haswell.
Series Title: Oxford guides in cognitive behavioural therapy.
Responsibility: edited by James Bennett-Levy [and others].

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