Since the successful first edition of Case Formulation in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, there has been a proliferation of psychological research supporting the effectiveness of CBT for a range of disorders. Case formulation is the starting point for CBT treatment, and Case Formulation in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy is unique in both its focus upon formulation, and the scope and range of ideas and disorders it covers. With a range of expert contributions, this substantially updated second edition of the book includes chapters addressing; the evidence base and rationale for using a formulation-driven approach in CBT; disorder-specific formulation models; the formulation process amongst populations with varying needs; formulation in supervision and with staff groups. New to the book are chapters that discuss:
Formulation amongst populations with physical health difficulties
Formulation approaches to suicidal behaviour
Formulation with staff groups
Case Formulation in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy will be an indispensable guide for experienced therapists and clinical psychologists and counsellors seeking to continue their professional development and aiming to update their knowledge with the latest developments in CBT formulation.
Table of Contents
Tarrier, Johnson, Introduction. Persons, Hong, Case Formulation and the Outcome of Cognitive Behavior Therapy. Combes, Cullen, Formulation From the Perspective of Contextualism. Gilbert, A Biopsychosocial and Evolutionary Approach to Formulation. Wells, Cognitive and Metacognitive Therapy Case Formulation in Anxiety Disorders. Garland, Cognitive Behavioural Case Formulation for Complex and Recurrent Depression. Lee, Case conceptualisation in complex PTSD: Integrating Theory With Practice. Bucci, Tarrier, A Cognitive-Behavioural Case Formulation Approach to the Treatment of Psychosis. Tyler, Jones, Cognitive Behavioural Case Formulation in Bipolar Disorder. van Bilsen, Lindsey, Cognitive Behavioural Formulation for Personality Problems. Startup, Mountford, Lavender, Schmidt, Cognitive-Behavioural Case Formulation in Complex Eating Disorder. Pratt, Gooding, Kelly, Johnson, Tarrier, Case Formulation in Suicidal Behaviour. White, Physical Health Problems: A Framework and Checklist for Case Formulation. Berry, Lobban, Formulating Collaboratively With Carers. Bowley, Bashir, Working with People Seeking Asylum. Beinart, Clohessy, Clinical Supervision.
Nicholas Tarrier has held academic appointments in Brazil and Australia and worked as a clinical psychologist in the NHS. From 1991 to 2011 he was Professor of Clinical Psychology at the University of Manchester and at the Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London from 2011 to 2014. His main research interests have been in investigating psychosocial environments in the development of mental disorders and the development and evaluation of cognitive-behavioural and family interventions. He is now retired.
Judith Johnson is a Clinical Psychologist and Lecturer at the University of Leeds and the Bradford Institute of Health Research. Her research is focused upon understanding and supporting the development of wellbeing and resilience, and how this can be applied in healthcare settings to improve interventions and service delivery.