List of Figures, Tables and Exercises About the Authors Acknowledgements Introduction The Role of the LICBT Practitioner Understanding the Client's Problem The Therapeutic Relationship: Big Deal or No Deal? The LICBT Interview Structure The Assessment and Management of Risk Understanding Depression Treatment of Depression Understanding Anxiety Treating Anxiety Adapting LICBT for Use with Individuals from Minority Groups Employment and Mental Health Supervision Appendix: The use of Case Studies References Index
Mark Papworth is a consultant clinical psychologist and course director of Newcastle University's PGCert in Low Intensity Psychological Therapies (seconded by Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Trust). He works in private practice in Newcastle at psychologynortheast.com. Theresa Marrinan is a clinical psychologist and CBT therapist. She was formerly the assistant course director of Newcastle University's PGCert in Low Intensity Psychological Therapies. Currently she is clinical director and deputy programme director on the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology programme at Newcastle University.
'An engaging textbook which explores 'low intensity interventions'
and modes of delivery whilst placing equal emphasis on the
therapeutic value of the relationship between service user and
Jane Briddon, APIMH Primary Mental Health Care MSC, University of Manchester
Overall, this book provides a clear overview not only of best practice in using low intensity CBT but also how to be a good scientist-practitioner, regardless of the therapy modality. Concise and clear in its presentation, it will engage and inform the reader, whether read cover to cover or selectively. -- Clare O'Grady