Group Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (GCBT) and guided self-help widen the availability of evidence-based treatment for common mental health disorders. This volume provides GCBT protocols for common disorders as well as session-by-session teaching materials and self-help survival manuals covering:
The specifics of selecting and engaging clients in GCBT are first addressed and general group therapeutic skills are detailed. Transcripts of sessions show how group processes can be utilised to enhance outcome. Simply Effective Group Cognitive Behaviour Therapy adds to the armamentarium of tools for low intensity intervention and complements the high intensity individual approach of the companion volume Simply Effective Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. It will prove essential reading for all professionals using CBT with groups.
The appendices of this book provide self-help manuals, questionnaires and worksheets that can be downloaded free of charge to purchasers of the print version. Please visit the website www.routledgementalhealth.com/9780415573412 to find out more about this facility.
Life is a series of ongoing decisions. For adults like me, a survivor of child abuse, making wise choices can be a problem. I lived the pain of an abusive childhood, with an alcoholic mentally ill father. It took me a long time, a teenage religious conversion, and a lot of therapy as an adult, to find the tools of wise decision making. It is this painful journey, of 'connecting the dots' of child abuse and bad choices, that I write of in Therapy Poetry: From The Notebook of a Child Abuse Survivor.
Supervision of Dance Movement Psychotherapy is the first book of its kind to explore the supervisory process in the psychotherapeutic practice of movement and dance. Helen Payne brings together international contributors to discuss how the language of the body plays an important part in the supervisory experience for psychotherapists and counsellors.
Contributors consider a variety of models and examine the role of supervision in a range of professional and cultural settings, forming a theoretical base to current practice in dance movement psychotherapy. Chapters include:
Outlining key concepts from both theory and practice, this book contributes towards a deeper understanding of the mentor-trainee relationship and the curative power of movement and dance. Supervisors and supervisees in dance movement psychotherapy as well as the arts therapies, counselling, and psychotherapy will find it invaluable.
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