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A transdiagnostic approach to CBT using method of levels therapy : distinctive features

Author: Warren Mansell; Timothy A Carey; Sara J Tai
Publisher: Milton Park, Abingdon : Routledge, 2013
Series: CBT distinctive features series
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Warren Mansell; Timothy A Carey; Sara J Tai
ISBN: 9780415507639 0415507634 9780415507646 0415507642
OCLC Number: 874749853
Description: xiv, 175 s
Contents: Introduction. Part I: Theory. Thinking styles and behaviours that maintain psychological distress are transdiagnostic. Transdiagnostic processes overlap to form a core process that maintains distress. The phenomenon of control - perception, comparison, and action. The control of perception - not the control of behaviour. The negative feedback loop. Basic causes of the loss of control. Hierarchies of Control - Going up and down levels. Conflict. Reorganisation - a non-linear process of change. Awareness and imagination. Arbitrary (or inflexible) control maintains distress via conflict. Directing awareness to regain flexible control - a common factor of CBT, effective therapy, and natural recovery. Interpersonal control. Circular causality and model building. It's all perception. Part II: Practice. The setting conditions: A problem that the client is willing to talk about. The stance: To enable the client's flexible control as efficiently as possible. Method of Levels goal one: asking about the current problem. Method of Levels goal two: asking about disruptions. Using the past, controlling the present and living for the future. "Green Apples" - Working through problems without disclosure. What to say at the first session. How much treatment and how often to provide it. A focus on distress rather than symptoms. Outcome monitoring. Evaluating your own practice. The therapeutic relationship - liberated exploration. Building MOL into other therapies and therapeutic practices. Utilising control theory in existing CBT. Interventions without talking - testing the controlled variable.
Series Title: CBT distinctive features series
Responsibility: Warren Mansell, Timothy A. Carey, and Sara J. Tai

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