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CBT guided self-help : a clinician's handbook

Author: Marie Chellingsworth; Paul Farrand; Chris Williams
Publisher: London : Hodder Arnold, 2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Using their wide experience of cognitive behaviour therapy delivery in the UK and internationally, the authors have brought together a wealth of expertise and advice to create a handbook for psychological therapy self-help.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marie Chellingsworth; Paul Farrand; Chris Williams
ISBN: 9780340991299 0340991291
OCLC Number: 540143207
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Contents: IntroductionGetting To Know the Five Areas ApproachWhy is there a need for accessible forms of cognitive behavioral therapy?Key elements of the Five Areas modelUsing The Five Areas ApproachClinical assessment and selling the modelCompleting a collaborative Five Areas assessmentUsing the Five Areas assessment to understand why the person feels as they doSupporting and reviewing progressSetting goals and monitoring progress using the Plan, Do, Review modelOffering structured support face to face and by telephone or emailDelivering support in the LLTTF and other classesResources OverviewFive Areas written resources for low mood and stressFive Areas online, DVD and audio multimedia resources for low mood and stressSupervision, Training and Service ImplicationsCase management and supervisionTraining and supporting practitioners in using the Five Areas approachThe Five Areas In ActionFive Areas model as a first contact assessment tool in an IAPT team in EnglandFive Areas books with GP supportFive Areas depression book plus telephone support in CanadaUse of the Overcoming Anxiety book in an IAPT serviceLittle CBT Books delivered by housing workers in EnglandLittle CBT Books delivered by social services via telephone and LLTTF classesLLTTF classes delivered in community settingsLLTTF classes with university studentsLLTTF classes in schoolsUsing the Little CBT Books in secondary schoolsLiving Life to the Full free online course (www.llttf.com)Living Life to the Full Interactive (www.llttf.com) offered across Scotland (pilot service)Overcoming Bulimia Online (www.overcomingbulimiaonline.com) delivered in a specialist eating disorders serviceOvercoming Anorexia Online (www.overcominganorexiaonline.com) delivered in a specialist eating disorders clinicSelf-help clinic in a primary care mental health teamSupporter Scripts and Resources
Responsibility: by Marie Chellingsworth, Paul Farrand, Chris Williams.

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A guide to the Five Areas model of CBT and to service delivery in the context of recent NICE/DoH recommendations, aimed at practitioners.  Read more...

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