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Assessment and Case Formulation in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Paperback – Illustrated, 21 Dec. 2015
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Offering a unique philosophical, theoretical and process-focused introduction to one of the cornerstones of CBT: assessment and case formulation.
Updated and expanded to take account of the vast developments in the field of CBT since its first publication, this second edition follows a clear two part structure:
- Part One introduces trainees to the key theory, practice and processes of assessment and case formulation
- Part Two provides practical illustrations of the theory through 12 extended case studies, considering both ‘simple’ and ‘complex’ presenting issues. Each of these chapters follows a set structure to enable easy comparison.
Offering all they need to know about this crucial part of their training, this is essential reading for trainees on any CBT course.
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About the Author
Michael Townend is a Reader in Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapy at the University of Derby.
Adrian Cockx is a High Intensity CBT Therapist with the Brent IAPT Service in North West London.
- Publisher : SAGE Publications Ltd; Second edition (21 Dec. 2015)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 344 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1473902762
- ISBN-13 : 978-1473902763
- Dimensions : 16.99 x 1.98 x 24.21 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: 68,455 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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I have found the first section to be both helpful and a little over done . The second section does deal adequately in terms of case assessment and case formulation but I feel that it could deal with the actual therapy plans a little better. The premature use of exposure can cause much distress and client resistance and there was no discussion of alternatives or timing for this type of therapeutic intervention
A worthwhile text that arrived in good time