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The Handbook of Brief Therapies
A practical guide

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March 2019 | 256 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
This step-by-step guidebook offers a range of contemporary and popular brief treatments, suitable for a range of client groups and professional settings.


Following a comprehensive introduction to the use of brief interventions in therapeutic practice, each chapter provides an introduction to the theoretical underpinnings and evidence-based brief intervention, followed by guidance on how to implement the approaches with useful 'top tips', worksheets and examples from practice through case vignettes illustrating its application.


The Handbook reflects current recommendations and guidelines of the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence and recommendations of accrediting professional bodies in the UK and US. A must have for any practitioner working to support the wellbeing of others.

Sarah Parry
Introduction
 
Part I: Core Approaches
Neil Murphy & Gosia Bowling
Chapter 1: Brief Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Dimitrios Monochristou
Chapter 2: Time-Limited Person Centred Therapy
Sarah Parry
Chapter 3: Motivational Interviewing
Panoraia Andriopoulou & Sarah Parry
Chapter 4: Solution-Focused Brief Therapy
Panoraia Andriopoulou
Chapter 5: Short-Term Family Therapy
Katy Roe
Chapter 6: Brief Acceptance and Commitment Therapy
Catherine Athanasiadou-Lewis & Venetia Leonidaki
Chapter 7: Brief Dynamic Interpersonal Therapy (DIT)
Clive Turpin
Chapter 8: Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) and Psychodynamic Interpersonal Therapy
 
Part II: Integrative Approaches
Hannah Wilson
Chapter 9: Brief Uses of Compassionate Mind Training
Laura Richardson
Chapter 10: Brief Interventions Using Artistic Expression
Will Curvis
Chapter 11: Brief Interventions in Hospital Settings
Derek Richards, Angel Enrique & Jorge Palacios
Chapter 12: Computer-Assisted Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Simone Bol
Chapter 13: Psychoeducation
Sarah Parry
Chapter 14: Integrating Core Approaches
Collective
Comparative Summary Table

A highly useful guide to a wide range of brief approaches used in therapeutic practice.

Peter Beven
Director of Teaching and Learning, Northumbria University

This book condenses 70 years of developments in brief therapy and brings them into focus for the current practitioner. With a range of case study examples and a focus on techniques and tips for the busy practitioner it will be an excellent addition to any modern health care practitioners library.

Dave Hawkes
Senior Lecturer in Mental Health, Anglia Ruskin

Handy snippets of a variety of therapies in relation to being used within practice. Particularly like the fact that the book has variety of authors, as well sharing stories from practice.

Mrs Sunita Hensman
Health Education and Care Department, West Herts College
February 28, 2019

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Sarah Parry

Sarah Parry, ClinPsyD, is a clinical psychologist within a trauma-informed looked-after children’s service and senior lecturer. Her research interests include therapeutic uses of formulation, the utility of compassion-based approaches for clients and practitioners alike, and how interpersonal trauma can affect aspects of people’s lives and their coping strategies. More About Author

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