Introduction - Mark Papworth Chapter 1: The role of the Low Intensity Practitioner - Mark Papworth Chapter 2: Understanding the client's problem - Mark Papworth Chapter 3: The therapeutic relationship: Big deal or no deal? - Anna Chaddock Chapter 4: Interview Structure - Mark Papworth Chapter 5: Assessment and Management of Risk - Mark Papworth Chapter 6: Behaviour change and Client Engagement - Mark Papworth Chapter 7: Understanding depression - Theresa Marrinan Chapter 8: Understanding anxiety - Theresa Marinnan Chapter 9: Treatment Strategies - Theresa Marrinan Chapter 10: Inclusive Values and Perspectives - Mark Papworth & Bobbie Petford Chapter 11: Inclusive Practice - Mark Papworth & Bobbie Petford Chapter 12: Working with Older People - Claire Martin & Daniel Collerton Chapter 13: Working with Long-term conditions - Chris Penlington Chapter 14: Learning disability - Dave Dagnan Chapter 15: Work and Wellbeing - Theresa Marrinan Chapter 16: Supervision - Mark Papworth & Dominique Keegan
Mark Papworth is a consultant clinical psychologist and course director of Newcastle University's PGCert in Low Intensity Psychological Therapies (seconded by Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Trust). He works in private practice in Newcastle at psychologynortheast.com. Theresa Marrinan is a clinical psychologist and CBT therapist. She was formerly the assistant course director of Newcastle University's PGCert in Low Intensity Psychological Therapies. Currently she is clinical director and deputy programme director on the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology programme at Newcastle University.
This is an invaluable text that supports the initial training and ongoing professional development of the the Psychological Well Being Practitioner (PWP) workforce in the Improving Access to Psychological Therapies programme in the UK and in wider low intensity cognitive behaviour therapy national dissemination programmes.
This practitioners' guide is a key text for psychological wellbeing practitioners whether in training or qualified. As a trainer, this book is a `go to' resource. The update is excellent.