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First Steps in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
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First Steps in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy



February 2021 | 184 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
 
Introduction
 
Part 1 - The Principles and Perspectives of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
 
Chapter 1 - Understanding Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
 
Chapter 2 - The Cognitive Principle
 
Chapter 3 - The Behavioural Principle
 
Chapter 4 - The Style and Delivery of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
 
Part 2 - Cognitive and Behavioural Interventions
 
Chapter 5 - Cognitive Techniques for Working with Thoughts
 
Chapter 6 - Cognitive Techniques for Working with Enduring Cognitions
 
Chapter 7 - Working with Imagery
 
Chapter 8 - Behavioural Methods for Building Skills and Changing Patterns of Activity
 
Chapter 9 - Exposure and Behavioural Experiments
 
Part 3 - Using CBT in Therapy and Beyond
 
Chapter 10 - Formulation in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
 
Chapter 11 - Future Directions for Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
 
Conclusion

Corrie and Lane’s ‘First Steps in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy’ outlines the basic concepts, techniques and widening applications of the most empirically validated form of psychotherapy. It is well written and easy to understand. The authors, both highly respected leaders in the field, have produced one the most accessible texts on the subject that I have ever had the pleasure of reading. A valuable resource with wide appeal to anyone interested in learning about CBT from the simply curious to HR practitioners, coaches and students.

Dr Marc Kahn
Global Head of People and Organisation, Investec Plc and Visiting Professor, Middlesex University. Author of “Coaching on the Axis: Working with Complexity in Business and Executive Coaching.”

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