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Low-intensity CBT Skills and Interventions
a practitioner's manual

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October 2020 | 408 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd

This book takes you step-by-step through the Low-intensity CBT interventions and clinical procedures. With an Online Resource site of accompanying workbooks and worksheets, it provides a comprehensive manual for trainee and qualified Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners. 

 


 
Pedagogic Approach
 
When Your Back is Against the Wall, Break It Down
 
1 - Low-Intensity Cognitive Behavoural Therapy: 'Revolution Not Evolution'
 
Part 1: Low-intensity Clinical Method
 
2 - Low-Intensity CBT Assessment: 'Unlocking the Key to Successful Intervention
 
3 - Diagnoses and Problem Descriptors: Labelling Problems Not People
 
4 - Clinical Decision-Making in Low-Intensity Cognitive Behavioural Therapy: Integrating Patient Choice, the Practitioner and Evidence-base
 
5 - Common and Specific Factors: ‘It IS What You Do, AND the Way That You Do it?’
 
6 - Supporting Low-Intensity CBT Interventions: 'Teach Me, Don't Tell Me'
 
7 - Identifying the Best Match Between Delivery Modality and Learning Style: Change is the End Result of All True Learning
 
8 - Using Behaviour Change Models to Support Low Intensity Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Interventions: Enabling Patients to Engage and Make Lasting Change
 
9 - Supervision in Low-intensity CBT: Fundamental to the Clinical Method
 
10 - Medication for Common Mental Health Problems: Extending the Evidence-Based Treatment Toolkit
 
Part 2: Supporting Low-intensity Interventions
 
11 - Behavioural Activation: Working Inside Out, Rather Than Outside in
 
12 - Cognitive Interventions: A Thought Is Just a Thought
 
13 - Graded Exposure Therapy: Climbing Ladders to Health
 
14 - Exposure Therapy and Response Prevention for Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Taking on the Challenge
 
15 - Worry Management: A Practical Solution to a Problem of Hypotheticals
 
16 - Problem Solving: Doing What it Says On the Tin
 
17 - Sleep Management: Steps to A Good Night’s Sleep
 
Part 3: Adapting Low-intensity CBT
 
18 - Adapting Low-intensity CBT to accommodate BAME patients
 
19 - Adapting Low-intensity CBT for Older People
 
Part 4: Progress Takes Place Outside the Comfort Zone.
 
20 - Low-Intensity CBT: New Horizon or False Dawn

The manual provides invaluable guidance on how to conduct low intensity assessments and to support patients through the full range of NICE recommended low intensity therapies. The social context in which interventions are delivered is crucial and suitable adaptions for particular populations are clearly described. An invaluable practitioner manual.

‘David M Clark
National Clinical and Informatics Advisor for IAPT
Key features

Need: LI IAPT trainee and practitioners need a step-by-step guide to clinical protocols and interventions

Feature: This book provides a manual for practice, covering assessment, decision-making and the seven key interventions, with step-by-step guidance for each.

 

Need: Trainees struggle to transfer theoretical knowledge / interventions into practice

Feature: This books provides granular information on how to implement LI CBT, including suggested phrases, tips for trouble-shooting, and worksheets and workbooks to support the interventions.

 

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