By Elizabeth S. Sburlati, Heidi J. Lyneham, Carolyn A. Schniering, Ronald M. Rapee
Evidence-Based CBT is the 1st ebook to take an explicitly competencies-based method of the cognitive-behavioural therapy of tension and melancholy in little ones and kids. It attracts on top-name services to outline and exhibit the therapist capabilities had to successfully enforce CBT.
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2011. ” Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review, 14: 89–109. , Ana M. Ugueto, Daniel M. Cheron, and Jenny Herren. 2013. ” Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology, 42: 274–86. 764824 2 Effective Training Methods Emily Jones and Katharina Manassis Introduction Outcomes for cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and other evidence-based psychotherapies have been evaluated extensively, but the research literature on methods of training in these therapies and on disseminating them is relatively sparse.
The individual competencies in the model are grouped together by similarity, into competency categories, and these competency categories are placed under the three domains of competence (Sburlati et al. 2011). These three domains of competence are described below, in the part devoted to the subject. In the model, competencies were shaded gray if they were specific to the treatment of children and adolescents (but not adults) or require considerable adaptation when working with children and adolescents.
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