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The Resource A transdiagnostic approach to CBT using method of levels therapy : distinctive features, Warren Mansell, Timothy A. Carey, and Sara J. Tai

A transdiagnostic approach to CBT using method of levels therapy : distinctive features, Warren Mansell, Timothy A. Carey, and Sara J. Tai

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A transdiagnostic approach to CBT using method of levels therapy : distinctive features
Title
A transdiagnostic approach to CBT using method of levels therapy
Title remainder
distinctive features
Statement of responsibility
Warren Mansell, Timothy A. Carey, and Sara J. Tai
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Language
eng
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Mansell, Warren
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illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
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bibliography
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  • Carey, Timothy A
  • Tai, Sara
Series statement
CBT distinctive features series
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  • Cognitive therapy
  • Psychotherapy
Label
A transdiagnostic approach to CBT using method of levels therapy : distinctive features, Warren Mansell, Timothy A. Carey, and Sara J. Tai
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 161-166) and index
Contents
pt. 1 THEORY -- 1. Thinking styles and behaviours that maintain psychological distress are transdiagnostic -- 2. Transdiagnostic processes overlap to form a core process that maintains distress -- 3. The phenomenon of control: perception, comparison and action -- 4. The control of perception: not the control of behaviour -- 5. The negative feedback loop -- 6. Basic causes of the loss of control -- 7. Hierarchies of control: going up and down levels -- 8. Conflict -- 9. Reorganisation: a non-linear process of change -- 10. Awareness and imagination -- 11. Arbitrary (or inflexible) control maintains distress via conflict -- 12. Directing awareness to regain flexible control: a common factor of CBT, effective therapy and natural recovery -- 13. Interpersonal control -- 14. Circular causality and model building -- 15. It's all perception -- pt. 2 PRACTICE -- 16. The setting conditions: a problem that the client is willing to talk about -- 17. The stance: to enable the client's flexible control as efficiently as possible -- 18. Method of Levels goal one: asking about the current problem -- 19. Method of Levels goal two: asking about disruptions -- 20. Using the past, controlling the present, and living for the future -- 21. ̀Green Apples': working through problems without disclosure -- 22. What to say at the first session -- 23. How much treatment and how often to provide it -- 24. A focus on distress rather than symptoms -- 25. Outcome monitoring -- 26. Evaluating your own practice -- 27. The therapeutic relationship: liberated exploration -- 28. Building MOL into other therapies and therapeutic practices -- 29. Utilising control theory in existing CBT -- 30. Interventions without talking: testing the controlled variable
Control code
ocn774499959
Dimensions
19 cm
Extent
xiv, 175 p.
Isbn
9780415507639
Isbn Type
(hardback)
Lccn
2012019165
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)774499959
Label
A transdiagnostic approach to CBT using method of levels therapy : distinctive features, Warren Mansell, Timothy A. Carey, and Sara J. Tai
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 161-166) and index
Contents
pt. 1 THEORY -- 1. Thinking styles and behaviours that maintain psychological distress are transdiagnostic -- 2. Transdiagnostic processes overlap to form a core process that maintains distress -- 3. The phenomenon of control: perception, comparison and action -- 4. The control of perception: not the control of behaviour -- 5. The negative feedback loop -- 6. Basic causes of the loss of control -- 7. Hierarchies of control: going up and down levels -- 8. Conflict -- 9. Reorganisation: a non-linear process of change -- 10. Awareness and imagination -- 11. Arbitrary (or inflexible) control maintains distress via conflict -- 12. Directing awareness to regain flexible control: a common factor of CBT, effective therapy and natural recovery -- 13. Interpersonal control -- 14. Circular causality and model building -- 15. It's all perception -- pt. 2 PRACTICE -- 16. The setting conditions: a problem that the client is willing to talk about -- 17. The stance: to enable the client's flexible control as efficiently as possible -- 18. Method of Levels goal one: asking about the current problem -- 19. Method of Levels goal two: asking about disruptions -- 20. Using the past, controlling the present, and living for the future -- 21. ̀Green Apples': working through problems without disclosure -- 22. What to say at the first session -- 23. How much treatment and how often to provide it -- 24. A focus on distress rather than symptoms -- 25. Outcome monitoring -- 26. Evaluating your own practice -- 27. The therapeutic relationship: liberated exploration -- 28. Building MOL into other therapies and therapeutic practices -- 29. Utilising control theory in existing CBT -- 30. Interventions without talking: testing the controlled variable
Control code
ocn774499959
Dimensions
19 cm
Extent
xiv, 175 p.
Isbn
9780415507639
Isbn Type
(hardback)
Lccn
2012019165
Other physical details
ill.
System control number
(OCoLC)774499959

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