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Cultural Adaptation of CBT for Serious Mental Illness: A Guide for Training and Practice

Cultural Adaptation of CBT for Serious Mental Illness: A Guide for Training and Practice

Shanaya Rathod, David Kingdon, Narsimha Pinninti, Douglas Turkington, Peter Phiri

ISBN: 978-1-118-97620-3

May 2015, Wiley-Blackwell

352 pages

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$114.95

Description

  • A comprehensive guide designed to enable CBT practitioners to effectively engage people from diverse cultural backgrounds by applying culturally-sensitive therapeutic techniques
  • Adapts core CBT techniques including reattribution, normalization, explanation development, formulating, reality testing, inference chaining and resetting expectations
  • High profile author team includes specialists in culturally-sensitive CBT along with world-renowned pioneers in the application of CBT to serious mental illness
  • Contains the most up-to-date research on CBT in ethnic minority groups available
About the Authors vii

Foreword ix

Preface xi

Acknowledgements xiii

1 Introduction 1

2 Cultural Adaptation of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy: Principles and Challenges 14

3 Philosophical Orientation and Ethical and Service Considerations 46

4 The Therapeutic Relationship and Technical Adjustments 86

5 General Theoretical Modifications in Orienting Clients to Therapy 121

6 Individualized Case Formulation 135

7 Individualized Treatment Planning 165

8 Psychosis: Cultural Aspects of Presentation and Adaptations to Treatment 192

9 Depression: Cultural Aspects of Presentation and Adaptations to Treatment 227

10 Bipolar Affective Disorder: Cultural Aspects of Presentation and Adaptations to Treatment 248

11 Recovery, Relapse Prevention, and Finishing Therapy 273

12 Policy and Training Implications 293

Appendix

1 Social Factors: My Immigration Journey 306

2 Aida – Longitudinal Formulation 308

3 Setting Goals to Improve Quality of Life 310

4 Voices Diary 312

5 What Do Voices Say? 314

6 Working on Coping Strategies: Pleasant Events Schedule 315

7 Preventing a Relapse or Breakdown 317

8 Circle of Support 320

9 Relapse Prevention Plans 322

Index 326