Are you a trainee Cognitive Behavioural Therapist interested in CBT for Psychosis? Our expert Dr Rachel Manser is a co-author of a research paper in a new training resource available now.
Join Helen Kennerley for a live and online workshop when she will explore the “What”, “Why” and “When” of dialogues for discovery
New article: Mapping evidence-based interventions to the care of unaccompanied minor refugees using a group formulation approach, co-authored by Helen Kennerley
New research paper: How effective psychological treatments work: mechanisms of change in cognitive behavioural therapy and beyond, authors Paul M. Salkovskis, Magnus Blondahl Sighvatsson and Jon Fridrik Sigurdsson
See Louise Isham and colleagues’ latest paper: “The Difficulties of Grandiose Delusions: harms, challenges, and implications for treatment engagement.”
We have all heard of the term CBT, but how can it help manage many mental health disorders by changing the way you think and behave? Listen to Dr Tom Graham’s podcast.
Break free from maternal anxiety: a self-help guide for pregnancy, birth and the first postnatal year by Fiona Challacombe, Catherine Green and OCTC team member Victoria Bream.