A Practical Approach to Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for by Manju Mehta, Rajesh Sagar

By Manju Mehta, Rajesh Sagar

This quantity discusses adolescent psychological well-being matters in non-Western contexts and events, starting from universal psychological issues to development existence abilities. It combines past literature and empirical paintings on quite a few issues to supply a entire account of cognitive behaviour treatment (CBT) for kids. the amount covers a large spectrum of stipulations, starting from anxiousness to affective problems and different linked issues. It supplies a pragmatic consultant to the administration of issues with particular specialize in case vignettes, outlining consultation info and particular strategies for use during the intervention plan. a close appendix elaborating a variety of CBT options is integrated within the quantity. It presumes a uncomplicated realizing and coaching in psychological overall healthiness care and psychotherapy and comes in handy for pros: psychologists, counsellors, paediatricians and different practitioners within the box of psychological future health. it's also necessary as a textual content for classes in overall healthiness psychology, medical psychology, adolescent medication and adolescent psychology.

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Homework compliance has been found to be a major predictor of treatment outcome. Factors such as poor understanding of the therapy, anxiety, cognitive distortions and inadequate motivation/opportunities affect compliance. The therapist must be aware of these factors and work on them to ensure that compliance is maintained. CBT in adolescents involves the use of activities, worksheets and various other methods of communicating formulation, educating and increasing participation. 11 Ethical Practice in CBT for Adolescents Several ethical concerns arise in the treatment of children and adolescents.

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