By Elizabeth S. Sburlati, Heidi J. Lyneham, Carolyn A. Schniering, Ronald M. Rapee
Evidence-Based CBT is the 1st e-book to take an explicitly competencies-based method of the cognitive-behavioural remedy of tension and melancholy in kids and children. It attracts on top-name services to outline and display the therapist skills had to successfully enforce CBT.
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Sophie C. Schneider is a PhD candidate at the Centre for Emotional Health, Department of Psychology, Macquarie University. Her research focuses on emotional health disorders in children and adolescents, in particular anxiety disorders and body dysmorphic disorder. Cara A. Settipani is a doctoral candidate in clinical psychology at Temple University. She received her BA in psychology from Northwestern University and her MA in psychology from Temple University. Cara’s current research interests include the relationship between parenting behaviors and cognitive and affective processes associated with anxiety in youth, as well as implications for cognitive behavioral therapy.
Bennett-Levy (2006) presents a cognitive model for training therapists that emphasizes changes in therapists’ information processing and reflection. In Bennett-Levy’s model there are three principal systems at work: declarative, procedural, and reflective (DPR). The declarative system consists of factual information typically learned through didactic teaching, observed learning, supervision, and reading assignments. The procedural system consists of applied skills; and the reflective system consists of metacognitive skills that include observations, interpretations, and evaluations of one’s self in the past, present, and future.
Julie Edmunds is a recent graduate of Temple University’s clinical psychology doctoral program. She is currently a postdoctoral fellow at the Center for Effective Child Therapy at Judge Baker Children’s Center in Boston, MA. Dr Edmunds’ primary interests include providing evidence-based mental health care to youth and families and training others in evidence-based practices. Recent research conducted by Dr Edmunds examined the role of behavioral rehearsals during consultation sessions on training outcomes.