Cognitive behavioural interviewing for adult disorders

a practical handbook by Peter H. Wilson

Publisher: Routledge in London

Written in English
Published: Pages: 247 Downloads: 731
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  • Interviewing in psychiatry.

Edition Notes

StatementPeter H. Wilson, Susan H. Spence and David J. Kavanagh.
ContributionsSpence, Sue., Kavanagh, David J.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRC480.7
The Physical Object
Pagination247p. :
Number of Pages247
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22247167M
ISBN 100415001110, 0415001129

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It teaches the basic principles of problem identification, behavioural analysis, and assessment. Cognitive-behavioral interviewing for adult disorders. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Peter H Wilson; Susan H Spence; David John Kavanagh.

This is a guidebook for clinicians on how to conduct assessment interviews with patients presenting with common psychological disorders.

The orientation is behavioural and cognitive; so the book has wide applicability, as most clinicians explicitly or implicitly accept this combination of models as a useful basis for assessing and treating these problems.

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