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  • Authors: by Helen Kennerley; Joan Kirk; David Westbrook (Author)
  • File Size: 7 MB
  • Format: PDF
  • Paperback: 512 pages
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd; 3rd edition (February 23, 2017)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1473962587
  • ISBN-13: 978-1473962583

Download An Introduction to Cognitive Behaviour Therapy: Skills and Applications 3rd Edition PDF – eBook

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  • Authors: by Helen Kennerley; Joan Kirk; David Westbrook (Author)
  • File Size: 7 MB
  • Format: PDF
  • Paperback: 512 pages
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd; 3rd edition (February 23, 2017)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1473962587
  • ISBN-13: 978-1473962583

Download An Introduction to Cognitive Behaviour Therapy: Skills and Applications 3rd Edition PDF – eBook

Socratic enquiry: the downward arrow technique
7.2 Stages of Socratic method in action
7.3 Multiple applications of the Socratic method

8 Cognitive Techniques
Introduction
Presenting a rationale for cognitive work
Identifying cognitions
Using distraction in CBT
Identifying cognitive biases
Appraising automatic thoughts and images
Developing new perspectives
Testing automatic thoughts and images
Modifying core beliefs
Problems
Summary

15

Learning exercises
Further reading
Video links
8.1 Sharing a thought diary with your client
8.2 Introducing distraction to your client
8.3 Dealing with worry and rumination
8.4 Addressing dichotomous thinking
8.5 Using imagery and role play
8.6 Drawing new conclusions

9 Behavioural Experiments
Introduction
What are BEs?
Efficacy of BEs
Types of BE
Planning and implementing BEs
Common problems in BEs
Summary
Learning exercises
Further reading
Video links
9.1 Clarifying predictions when setting up a behavioral
experiment
9.2 Devising a spontaneous behavioral experiment
9.3 Carrying out an in vivo experiment

10 Physical Techniques
Introduction
Relaxation
Controlled breathing
Physical exercise
Applied tension
CBT and sleep
Summary
Learning exercises
Further reading
Video links
10.1 Introducing a relaxation exercise
10.2 Introducing controlled breathing

11 The Course of Therapy
Introduction
The overall pattern of sessions

The early stages
Offering time-limited CBT
Summary
Learning exercises
Further reading
Video links
11.1 Introducing the idea of an agenda
11.2 Setting a mutually agreed agenda
11.3 Working out initial goals
11.4 Negotiating homework

12 Depression
Introduction
Characteristics of depression
Common maintenance processes
Course of treatment
Components of CBT for depression
Activity scheduling
Common problems in activity scheduling
Common problems with graded task assignment
Jacobson’s dismantling study and the behavioral activation
approach
Cognitive strategies for depression
Early-stage cognitive strategies
Main cognitive strategies
Medication
Dealing with suicidality
Structured problem solving
Potential problems when working with depressed clients
Summary
Learning exercises
Further reading
Video links
12.1 Getting results from a WAS
12.2 Developing positive imagery: coping in the future
12.3 Developing positive imagery: a safe body image

13 Anxiety Disorders
Introduction
Characteristics of anxiety and anxiety disorders
Maintaining processes
Treatment approaches

Problems when working with anxious clients
Summary
Learning exercises
Further reading
Video links
13.1 Devising a graded practice plan
13.2 Theory A versus Theory B in practice

14 Anxiety Disorders: Specific Models and Treatment Protocols
Introduction
Specific phobia
Panic disorder
Hypochondriasis or health anxieties
Social anxieties
Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD)
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Co-morbidity
Conclusion
Potential problems when working with specific models and
treatment protocols
Summary
Learning exercises
Further reading
Video links
14.1 Sharing a simple neuropsychological explanation of
traumatic memories
15 Wider Applications of CBT
Introduction
Eating disorders
Psychological trauma
Anger
Psychotic symptoms
Relationship difficulties
Substance misuse and addictive disorders
Other applications of CBT
Learning exercises
Video link
15.1 Motivating your client
16 Alternative Methods of Delivery
Introduction

Modes of delivery for CBT
Self-help
Large groups
Conventional groups
Couple therapy
Pair therapy
Summary
Learning exercises
Further reading
17 Developments in CBT
Introduction
Why consider moving outside the framework of traditional
CBT?
Schemata in therapy
Schema-focused work
Compassion-based therapy
Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT)
Other meta-cognitive therapies
The radical behavioral interventions
Neuroscience
Conclusion
Problems
Summary
Learning exercises
Further reading
Video links
17.1 Addressing dichotomous thinking
17.2 Historical review with a client
17.3 Using a responsibility pie chart

18 Evaluating CBT Practice
Introduction
Types of evaluation
Some frequently used questionnaires
Clinical significance statistics
Difficulties in evaluation
Summary
Learning exercises
Further reading
19 Using Supervision in CBT
Introduction

19

Goals of supervision
Modes of supervision
Choosing a supervisor
Negotiating supervision arrangements
Preparing for a supervision session
During a supervision session
Problems with supervision
Summary
Learning exercises
Further reading
Video link
19.1 Setting an agenda for supervision

Appendix to Chapter 19
Glossary
References
Index

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