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Single-Session Integrated CBT (SSI-CBT) : Distinctive features.

Author: Windy Dryden
Publisher: Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2016.
Series: CBT Distinctive Features.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Dryden, Windy.
Single-Session Integrated CBT (SSI-CBT) : Distinctive features.
Florence : Taylor and Francis, ©2016
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Windy Dryden
ISBN: 9781317225065 1317225066
OCLC Number: 965771770
Description: 1 online resource (245 pages).
Contents: Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Introduction; Part 1 THEORY; 1 Single-session Integrated CBT (SSI-CBT): What it is and some basic assumptions; 2 Working alliance theory: A generic framework for SSI-CBT; 3 People largely create and maintain their problems by a range of cognitive-behavioural factors; 4 As far as possible clients should be helped to deal healthily with the adversity involved in their problem, whether real or inferred; 5 Human beings have the capability to help themselves quickly under specific circumstances; 6 It is important to privilege your clients' viewpoints in SSI-CBT. 7 Who can benefit from SSI-CBT?8 Contraindications for SSI-CBT; 9 A focus on both problems and goals is important in SSI-CBT; 10 Carry out a full assessment and do as much case formulation as you can in the time available; 11 In SSI-CBT it is possible to help clients identify and deal with a central mechanism responsible for the existence of their problems; 12 The person's subsequent responses to their first response are often more important than the first response itself; 13 It is important to draw upon a range of client variables in SSI-CBT; 14 Helpful client characteristics for SSI-CBT. 15 Helpful therapist characteristics for SSI-CBTPart 2 PRACTICE; 16 Good practice in SSI-CBT; 17 An overview of the SSI-CBT process; 18 The first contact; 19 The pre-session phone-call; 20 The face-to-face session. 1: Beginning; 21 The face-to-face session. 2: Creating a focus; 22 The face-to-face session. 3: Understanding the target problem; 23 The face-to-face session. 4: Setting a goal; 24 The face-to-face session. 5: Identifying the central mechanism; 25 The face-to-face session. 6: Dealing with the central mechanism; 26 The face-to-face session. 7: Making an impact. 27 The face-to-face session. 8: Encouraging the client to apply learning inside and outside the session28 The face-to-face session. 9: Summarizing, tidying up loose ends and the client's commitment to the future; 29 After the face-to-face session: Reflection, the recording and the transcript; 30 The follow-up session and evaluation; References; Appendix 1; Index.
Series Title: CBT Distinctive Features.

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"Drawing from the work of Albert Ellis and others, this is the definitive guide to one-session work with clients using an active-directive, problem-focused integrated CBT approach. It also contains Read more...

 
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