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AuthorPapadopoulos, Linda
TitleReporting in counselling and psychotherapy [electronic resource] : a trainee's guide to preparing case studies and reports / Linda Papadopoulos, Malcolm C. Cross and Robert Bor
Imprint Hove, East Sussex ; New York : Brunner-Routledge, 2003
Connect tohttp://www.netLibrary.com/urlapi.asp?action=summary&v=1&bookid=97167
Descript vi, 275 p. : ill. ; 24 cm

CONTENT

A first session using the systemic approach -- CBT as applied to anxiety: a process report -- Achieving growth and change through the application of an integrative theoretical approach to address multiple client difficulties -- Locating the locus of evaluation: the subtle processes of person-centred counselling -- The use of CBT with complex client issues: accessing schemas -- Walking back to happiness: a couple's incongruent perception of chronic illness -- Treating the family: a process report on systemic therapy -- A case study of an intervention with a client suffering from intrusive thoughts and traumatic grief -- REBT: the case of Richard -- Using CBT to address guilt over sexual fantasies: a process report -- Treating co-morbidity in an NHS context: a CBT approach -- Historical truths versus a sense of integrity: developing a frame of mind to enable letting go -- Depression: a case study -- Working with children: a communicative approach -- Substance abuse: treatment using personal construct psychology -- When things go the therapist's way: the case of Sarah -- Client case study: a first attempt at psychodynamic individual therapy -- How not to write a client report: discussing common errors a trainee makes


Psychiatry -- Authorship Psychiatry -- Case studies Report writing Neuropsychological report writing Psychiatric records Medical Records Counseling Psychotherapy Writing Electronic books.



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