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The Therapeutic Relationship in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

The Therapeutic Relationship in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Author: Stirling Moorey

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781526461551

Category: Psychology

Page: 304

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The therapeutic relationship in CBT is often reduced to a cursory description of establishing warmth, genuineness and empathy in order to foster a collaborative relationship. This does not reflect the different approaches needed to establish a therapeutic partnership for the wide range of disorders and settings in which CBT is applied. This book takes a client group and disorder approach with chapters split into four sections: General issues in the therapeutic relationship in CBT Therapeutic relationship issues in specific disorders Working with specific client groups Interpersonal considerations in particular delivery situations Each chapter outlines key challenges therapists face in a specific context, how to predict and prevent ruptures in the therapeutic alliance and how to work with these ruptures when they occur. With clinical vignettes, dialogue examples and ‘tips for therapists' this book is key reading for CBT therapists at all levels.

The Therapeutic Relationship in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

The Therapeutic Relationship in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

Author: Nikolaos Kazantzis

Publisher: Guilford Publications

ISBN: 9781462531288

Category: Medical

Page: 288

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From leading cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) experts, this book describes ways to tailor empirically supported relationship factors that can strengthen collaboration, empiricism, and Socratic dialogue and improve outcomes. In an accessible style, it provides practical clinical recommendations accompanied by rich case examples and self-reflection exercises. The book shows how to use a strong case conceptualization to decide when to target relationship issues, what specific strategies to use (for example, expressing empathy or requesting client feedback), and how to navigate the therapist's own emotional responses in session. Special topics include enhancing the therapeutic relationship with couples, families, groups, and children and adolescents. Several reproducible worksheets can be downloaded and printed in a convenient 8 1/2- x 11- size.

The Therapeutic Relationship in the Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapies

The Therapeutic Relationship in the Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapies

Author: Paul Gilbert

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781134222841

Category: Psychology

Page: 312

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Although the therapeutic relationship is a major contributor to therapeutic outcomes, the cognitive behavioral psychotherapies have not explored this aspect in any detail. This book addresses this shortfall and explores the therapeutic relationship from a range of different perspectives within cognitive behavioral and emotion focused therapy traditions. The Therapeutic Relationship in the Cognitive Behavioral Psychotherapies covers new research on basic models of the process of the therapeutic relationship, and explores key issues related to developing emotional sensitivity, empathic understanding, mindfulness, compassion and validation within the therapeutic relationship. The contributors draw on their extensive experience in different schools of cognitive behavioral therapy to address their understanding and use of the therapeutic relationship. Subjects covered include: · the process and changing nature of the therapeutic relationship over time · recognizing and resolving ruptures in the therapeutic alliance · the role of evolved social needs and compassion in the therapeutic relationship · the therapeutic relationship with difficult to engage clients · self and self-reflection in the therapeutic relationship. This book will be of great interest to all psychotherapists who want to deepen their understanding of the therapeutic relationship, especially those who wish to follow cognitive behavioral approaches.

The Therapeutic Relationship in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

The Therapeutic Relationship in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Author: Anna Lavender

Publisher:

ISBN: 1526461560

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Page: 284

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The therapeutic relationship in CBT is often reduced to a cursory description of establishing warmth, genuineness and empathy in order to foster a collaborative relationship. This does not reflect the different approaches needed to establish a therapeutic partnership for the wide range of disorders and settings in which CBT is applied. This book takes a client group and disorder approach with chapters split into four sections: • General issues in the therapeutic relationship in CBT • Therapeutic relationship issues in specific disorders • Working with specific client groups • Interpersonal considerations in particular delivery situations Each chapter outlines key challenges therapists face in a specific context, how to predict and prevent ruptures in the therapeutic alliance and how to work with these ruptures when they occur. With clinical vignettes, dialogue examples and 'tips for therapists' this book is key reading for CBT therapists at all levels.

The Therapeutic Relationship

The Therapeutic Relationship

Author: Hadas Wiseman

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317513698

Category: Psychology

Page: 192

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The therapeutic relationship has been recognized by psychotherapy researchers and clinicians alike as playing a central role in the process and outcome of psychotherapy. This book presents innovative investigations of the therapeutic relationship focusing on various relationship mechanisms as they relate to changing processes and outcomes. A variety of perspectives on the therapeutic relationship are provided through different research methods, including quantitative and qualitative methods, and divergence in psychotherapy orientations, including psychodynamic, interpersonal, cognitive-behavioural therapy, emotion-focused process experiential therapy, narrative therapy, and attachment-based family therapy. The chapters, written by leading psychotherapy researchers, present cutting-edge empirical studies that apply innovative methods in order to: study process-outcome links; explore in session processes that address the question of how the therapeutic relationship heals; examine the contributions of clients and therapists to the therapeutic relationship; and suggest practical implications for training therapists in psychotherapy relationships that work. Research on the therapeutic relationship has been identified as a natural arena for bridging the gap between research and clinical practice, and will be of particular interest to practicing clinicians. This book was originally published as a special issue of Psychotherapy Research.

Making Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Work, Third Edition

Making Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Work, Third Edition

Author: Deborah Roth Ledley

Publisher: Guilford Publications

ISBN: 9781462535729

Category: Psychology

Page: 290

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"What should I do when a client asks me personal questions?" "How do my client's multiple problems fit together, and which ones should we focus on in treatment?" This engaging text--now revised and updated--has helped tens of thousands of students and novice cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) practitioners build skills and confidence for real-world clinical practice. Hands-on guidance is provided for developing strong therapeutic relationships and navigating each stage of treatment; vivid case material illustrates what CBT looks like in action. Aided by sample dialogues, questions to ask, and helpful checklists, readers learn how to conduct assessments, create strong case conceptualizations, deliver carefully planned interventions, comply with record-keeping requirements, and overcome frequently encountered challenges all along the way. New to This Edition *Chapter with advice on new CBT practitioners' most common anxieties. *All-new case examples, now with a more complex extended case that runs throughout the book. *Chapter on working with special populations (culturally diverse clients, children and families). *Special attention to clinical and ethical implications of new technologies and social media. *Updated throughout to reflect current research and the authors' ongoing clinical and teaching experience.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Explained

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Explained

Author: Graeme Whitfield

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781138030732

Category: Medical

Page: 104

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Panacea or revolution? 'Evidence-based medicine' and 'cost-effectiveness' have become buzz-phrases for a wide variety of initiatives and planning processes which aim to give patients treatments that will benefit them. On the surface this seems a reasonable idea, but there are underlying currents which cast doubt on the process and reveal methodological problems, which must be understood if the concepts are to be properly used. Assuming no prior knowledge of the field, and written in the clear, straightforward manner the author uses in the highly successful Health Economics for the Uninitiated, this book is a short practical guide on how to use these concepts, and how to avoid their pitfalls. It will appeal to doctors, nurses, health service managers, patient organizations, academics and students of health care. It will provide essential support to those working in health care companies, and in the pharmaceutical and medical equipment industry.

An Introduction to Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

An Introduction to Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

Author: David Westbrook

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 1446241262

Category: Psychology

Page: 449

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An Introduction to Cognitive Behaviour Therapy is the definitive beginner's guide to the basic theory, skills and applications of cognitive-behavioural therapy. In this eagerly-awaited Second Edition, the authors set out the core concepts and generic skills of CBT, including case formulation; the therapeutic relationship; and cognitive, behavioural and physiological therapeutic strategies. Practical illustrations of how these techniques can be applied to the most common mental health problems ensure that theory translates into real-life practice. New to this edition, the authors examine: - cultural diversity in greater depth - the current topicality of CBT, especially within the NHS - the latest Roth and Pilling CBT competencies - the impact of third wave and other developments in CBT in more detail. As well as exploring depression, panic and agoraphobia, OCD and other anxiety disorders, the book considers CBT for less common disorders such as anger and eating disorders. Discussion of different methods of delivery includes work with individuals, groups, couples and families. This edition also includes new case study material and learning exercises. This fully updated Introduction remains the key textbook for those coming to CBT for the first time, whether on training courses or as part of their everyday work. It is also useful for more experienced therapists wanting to refresh their core skills. A Companion Website featuring streamed extracts from video role-plays is available to book purchasers, illustrating some of the key strategies described in the book. Visit the companion website at http://www.uk.sagepub.com/westbrook/. This material has been selected from the Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre's pioneering online training materials, and book buyers will be able to purchase discounted access to the full versions of these and other OCTC Online training modules.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy in Mental Health Care

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy in Mental Health Care

Author: Alec Grant

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 9781446206010

Category: Psychology

Page: 328

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This second edition provides an accessible and thorough overview of the practice of CBT within mental health care. Updates and additions include: - Revised chapters on the therapeutic relationship and case formulation - New material on personality disorders and bipolar disorder - New material on working with diversity - Content on the multidisciplinary context of CBT, the service user perspective, CBT from a holistic perspective - Developments within the cognitive behavioural psychotherapies - Continous professional development for the CBT practitioner - Photocopiable worksheets linked to case studies. Already a tried-and-tested guide for trainee psychologists and psychotherapists, as well as clinicians in mental health services and private practices, this text is also of value to practitioners who need refresher courses in CBT.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Mental Health Workers

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Mental Health Workers

Author: Philip Kinsella

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781135446123

Category: Psychology

Page: 264

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Can Cognitive behavioural therapy revolutionise your practice? Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is an effective and frequently used psychological treatment. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Mental Health Workers offers the reader a good overview of CBT, allowing them to develop an understanding of the patient’s problems, utilise the approach effectively, prepare for supervision, and integrate CBT skills into everyday practice. This clear, comprehensive introduction written by experienced clinicians, describes how to use CBT within the busy clinical environment. Subjects covered include: the therapeutic relationship in CBT treating anxiety disorders and depression developing further CBT skills utilising CBT in different mental health settings recent developments in practice. This straightforward guide will be essential for all mental health workers who are new to CBT, including nurses, occupational therapists, and counsellors as well as anyone training in mental health professions.