The Case Study Guide to Cognitive Behaviour Therapy of Psychosis
* Based on extensive clinical experience and real life service settings
* Deals with the roles of several mental health disciplines, as they combine in the these treatment programmes
* Cases from a variety of settings: inpatient, outpatient community
* Describes techniques used with the full range of symptoms
Part of the Wiley Series in Clinical Psychology
List of Contributors.
PART I: CASE STUDIES.
"The Admiral of the Fleet" Case 1 (John): Douglas Turkington.
From a Position of Knowing: The Journey into Uncertainty Case 2 (Janet): Laura McGraw & Alison Brabban.
Managing Voices Case 3 (Pat): Lars Hansen.
Case Experience from a Rehabilitation Service Case 4 (Helena): Isabel Clarke.
Identifying the "Agent Mice" Case 5 (Kathy): Paul Murray.
Developing a Dialogue with Voices Case 6 (Nicky): David Kingdon.
Tackling Drug-Related Psychosis and Isolation Case 7 (Damien): David Kingdon.
"Traumatic Psychosis": A Formulation Based Approach Case 8 (Sarah): Pauline Callcott & Douglas Turkington.
Communications from my Parents Case 9 (Carole): Ronald Siddle.
Two Examples of Paranoia Cases 10 (Mary ) and 11 (Karen): Nick MacGuire.
Managing Expectations Case Study (Jane): Jeremy Pelton.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Psychosis in Conditions of High Security Cases 13 (Malcolm) and 14 (Colin): Andy Benn.
PART II: TRAINING, SUPERVISION AND IMPLEMENTATION.
Training in CBT for Psychosis (David Kingdon and Jeremy Pelton).
Modelling the Model: Training People to use Psychosocial Interventions (Madeline O'Carroll).
Clinical Supervision (David Kingdon and Jeremy Pelton).
How Does Implementation Happen? (David Kingdon).
“…This is a timely introduction to CBT for Psychosis with its feet firmly on the ground…” (Psychiatric Bulletin, January 2004)