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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy with Older People Interventions for Those with and Without Dementia

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ISBN-10: 1849051003

ISBN-13: 9781849051002

Edition: 2010

Authors: Ian Andrew James

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This book is the first ever detailed guide to using CBT with older people both with and without cognitive difficulties, and reviews its use in different settings, covering both conceptual and practical perspectives.
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Book details

List price: $26.99
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Publication date: 5/15/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 256
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.836
Language: English

Introduction
Introduction
Partitioning - Parts 1 to 3
Patients' Presentations and How GBT Helps
Introduction
Nature of the mood disorders
Nature of standard CBT
Working with people in non-standardised CBT formats
Conclusion
Adapting Therapy for Older People
Introduction
Two-dimensional framework for categorising presentations
Conclusion
Cognitive Changes, Executive Functioning, Working Memory and Scripts: Their Relevance to Therapeutic Engagement
Introduction
Cognitive changes
Executive dysfunctioning
Working memory
Actions of scripts
Conclusion
Assessment
Introduction
Assessment protocol
Cautions regarding the assessment process
Measures
Conclusion
Case Formulation
Introduction
Nature of formulations
Formulations with older people
Review of formulation approaches used with older people
Choice of formulation
Cautions regarding use of formulations
Conclusion
Change Techniques
Introduction
Nature of change
Change strategies
Process issues associated with change techniques
Modifying core beliefs
Cognitive change with the continuum technique
Conclusion
A Case Study in Depression: Mary
Introduction
Overview of the case
Review of the work undertaken with Mary
Conclusion
Assessing and Developing Clinical Competence
Introduction
The Cognitive Therapy Scale-Revised
Conclusion
Use of Psychotherapy in the Treatment of Challenging Behaviours in Care Facilities: A Staff-Centred, Person-Focused Approach
Introduction
Description of the NCBS and its treatment philosophy
Overview of the case
Protocol of the Newcastle approach
Process and structural features of the assessment phase
Information Sharing Session (ISS) and goal-setting process
Formulation
Treatment and outcome
Reflections
Concluding Comments
Introduction
Working with carers
Alternative models to CBT in the treatment of depression
IAPT: Provision of mental health services for older people
Concluding comments and reflections
Disorder-Specific Conceptual Models
CTS-R Training Manual for Promoting Therapeutic Competence
References
Subject Index
Author Index