By Michael Neenan,Windy Dryden
In the final 3 a long time cognitive behaviour remedy (CBT) has been utilized to an ever-increasing variety of difficulties (including nervousness issues, substance abuse, and consuming problems) and populations (children, teenagers, and older people). great recommends CBT because the first line therapy within the NHS for tackling quite a lot of mental disorders.
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy: 100 Key issues and Techniques is a crisp, concise elaboration of the a hundred major gains of this extremely popular and evidence-based method in the box of psychotherapy. The a hundred key issues and methods hide CBT conception in addition to perform. Divided into worthy sections, issues lined include:
- Misconceptions approximately CBT
- Teaching the cognitive model
- overview and case conceptualization
- Homework (self-help assignments)
- methods of detecting and answering NATs
- Behavioural experiments
- Intermediate and middle beliefs
- Relapse management
- 3rd wave CBT
For the second one variation of this ebook, Michael Neenan and Windy Dryden have revised and up-to-date the various issues and several other new ones were additional. This neat, usable booklet is a vital advisor for psychotherapists and counsellors, either trainees and certified, who have to determine they're totally acquainted with the foremost beneficial properties of CBT as a part of a normal advent to the present significant psychotherapies.
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