A Clinician's Guide to Think Good-Feel Good: Using CBT with children and young people
To supplement the workbook, the clinician's guide offers further materials and handouts for use in therapy, including psycho-educational materials for children and parents on common problems, such as depression, OCD, PTSD/Trauma and Anxiety
Engagement and readiness to change.
The Socratic process and inductive reasoning.
Involving parents in child-focused CBT.
The process of child-focused CBT.
Adapting CBT for children.
Core components of CBT programmes for internalising problems.
2 Engagement and readiness to change.
Engaging with children.
The Stages of Change.
When would CBT not be indicated?
‘The Scales of Change’.
Key aspects of a formulation.
General cognitive formulations.
‘The Negative Trap’.
‘The 4-part Negative Trap’.
‘Onset Formulation Template’.
4 The Socratic process and inductive reasoning.
The structure of the Socratic process.
The Socratic process.
The Socratic process and collaborative empiricism.
What makes a good Socratic question?
How does it work?
‘The Chain of Events’.
5 Involving parents in child-focused CBT.
The importance of involving parents.
Clinical benefits of parental involvement.
Model of change.
The role of parents in child-focused CBT.
Common components of parent-focused interventions.
Two final thoughts.
‘What is Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)?’
‘What Parents Need to Know about Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT)’.
6 The process of child-focused CBT.
The therapeutic process of child-focused CBT.
PRECISE in practice.
7 Adapting CBT for children.
The cognitive capacity debate.
Adapting CBT for use with children.
‘The Thought Tracker Quiz: What are the thinking errors?’
‘When I Feel Worried’.
‘When I Feel Angry’.
‘When I Feel Sad’.
‘Sharing our Thoughts’.
8 Core components of CBT programmes for internalizing problems.
What is the balance between cognitive and behavioural strategies?
Do we need to directly focus upon dysfunctional cognitions and processes?
What cognitions or cognitive processes might be important?
Does cognitive change result in problem improvement?
Is CBT effective?
What are the effective components of CBT interventions?
Where is it best to start?
How many treatment sessions are needed?
What about home-based assignments?
What are the core components of standardised CBT programmes?
‘Fighting Back Depression’.
‘Controlling Worries and Habits’.
‘Coping with Trauma’.
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