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Transdiagnostic Group Therapy Training and Implementation: The Take Control Course
Morris, Lydia, Warren Mansell, Phil McEvoy, Rachel Bates, Tanya Wallwork, and Jody Comiskey
Academic Press / Softcover / 2018-08-01 / 0128139897
Group Psychotherapy
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224 pages
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Transdiagnostic Group Therapy Training and Implementation: The Take Control Course provides clinicians with a user-friendly roadmap for delivering brief, transdiagnostic group therapy that can be used for patients suffering from stress, depression, anxiety or any number of other disorders. This roadmap is supplemented by over an hour of training videos that visually demonstrate how to effectively implement therapy. Users will find information on the empirical research that has led to a greater emphasis on transdiagnostic treatment approaches and how to implement each phase of therapy. Clinical examples are also provided to make practical application easier.

Key Features

Outlines a brief group therapy course that can be used for a variety of disorders
Includes a companion website that features video demonstrations, worksheets, scripts, and more
Details perceptual control theory and looks at negative connotations of control
Outlines how to adapt therapy for different patient populations
Contextualizes the therapy in terms of other third wave approaches (ACT)

Readership

Clinical psychologists, psychiatrists, and psychotherapists; students in clinical psychology and psychotherapy; academic researchers

Table of Contents

Conceptual and Theoretical Background
PCT Within Psychological Interventions
How to Use this Book
Session 1: Thinking About Control
Session 2: What Blocks Our Control
Session 3: Feeling in Control Short Term vs. Getting Control of Your Life
Session 4: Taking Control of the Things Around You
Session 5: Building on Strengths, Qualities, and Resources
Session 6: Moving Forward; Taking Practice Forward

About the Authors:

Dr. Lydia Morris is a Clinical Psychologist who has extensive experience of working in mental health primary care contexts. The manual was in part written while Dr. Morris was employed by Manchester Mental Health and Social Care Trust. She has been affiliated with the University of Manchester for much of the duration of the manual production and is now employed by the University of Salford.

Dr. Warren Mansell is a highly regarded researcher, who has published a number of texts on psychological approaches. These include: Cognitive Behavioral Processes Across Disorders (Harvey, Watkins, Mansell & Shafran, 2004); a self-help book called Coping with fears and phobias: a step-by-step guide to understanding and facing your anxieties (Mansell, 2007); and a number of therapy manuals (Mansell, Carey & Tai, 2013; Carey, Mansell & Tai, 2015; Stott et al., 2010), including Transdiagnostic CBT using Method of Levels Therapy (Mansell, Carey, & Tai, 2013). He has been employed by the University of Manchester throughout the duration of the manual production.

Dr. Phil McEvoy is service director of a primary care team (Six Degrees Social Enterprise, Salford, Greater Manchester). Six Degrees Social Enterprise delivers socially innovative mental health services that are at the leading edge of practice. In recent years they have been finalists in the National Positive Practice in Mental Health Awards, the National Patient Experience Awards and the Health Service Journal Awards.

Affiliations and Expertise
Six Degrees Social Enterprise, Salford, UK

Rachel Bates
Affiliations and Expertise
Six Degrees Social Enterprise, Salford, UK

Tanya Wallwork
Affiliations and Expertise
Six Degrees Social Enterprise, Salford, UK

Jody Comiskey
Affiliations and Expertise
Six Degrees Social Enterprise, Salford, UK


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