Supervision is increasingly regarded as crucial in developing and maintaining adequate standards of CBT and there is an increased expectation that clinicians are offered sound support and guidance. This OCTC guide for clinicians will help you to develop as a CBT supervisor by introducing you to contemporary principles, frameworks and research along with a review of well-established principles of good practice and competencies in supervision. Helen Kennerley is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist with OCTC and Senior Associate Tutor with the University of Oxford. She is a founding fellow of OCTC and past Director of its Advanced Cognitive Therapy Studies Diploma/MSc course. She has written several books including a popular self-help guide to overcoming anxiety and has co-authored a best-selling guide to CBT for clinicians, both of which are commended by the British Medical Association. She has been voted one of the most influential female cognitive therapist in Britain by members of the British Association of Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy
Managing Psychosis: a guide for relatives, carers & friends
Khadija Rouf, Helen Close & Kate Rosen.
Psychosis is a condition that can be very stressful for the person who has it, and for their relatives, family and friends. This guide has been written to help relatives, carers and friends to take care of their own needs, as well as supporting their relative or friend. In this booklet you will find clearly described ways of dealing with stress that has been shown to help people. There are also techniques to manage psychosis which are proven to be effective. You can use the methods expl... READ MORECost £4.75 Add to cart
Most people have some kind of phobia, such as snakes, heights or spiders. For some, the fear can cause great distress and have a significant impact on life. This booklet gives a clear step-by-step approach to treating phobias. Using well-established cognitive behaviour therapy, it shows how phobias develop, the kinds of behaviours and thoughts which keep phobias going, and how to gradually and effectively tackle the phobia. Diana Sanders is a Counselling Psychologist and Accredited Co... READ MORECost £4.75 Add to cart
Managing anxiety: a user’s manual (Booklet + CD Version)
Anxiety is a common mental health problem but one which can be helped using a CBT approach. This short and easy to read booklet offers a step-by-step guide to dealing with problem worries, fears and anxieties. It first helps the user develop a better understanding of anxiety and then introduces some basic cognitive and behavioural coping skills. It is based on CBT programme which was developed over ten years and which used patient feedback to adjust and improve it. N.B. The CD include... READ MORECost £7.75 Add to cart
Socratic Method is considered one of the cornerstones of CBT. It is a versatile means of helping clients develop their own understandings of, and solutions to, their problems and is a key technique in the armoury of the CBT practitioner. This brief guide for clinicians describes how to get the most out of Socratic Methods. Helen Kennerley is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist with OCTC and Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust, and Director of the Advanced Cognitive Therapy Studies course... READ MORECost £4.75 Add to cart