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This thought-provoking guide offers clinicians new perspectives on the delivery of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) to children and young people through the highly engaging, lively medium of the case study format.
The narrative case studies Alison Coad and Nick Wrycraft present give fresh insights into the ways in which various CBT approaches can be used as the foundation for highly individual treatment programmers. Central to each case is the experience and the voice of the young person and, as appropriate, those who support and care for them.
This inspirational book offers innovative examples of ways in which as a clinician, you can respond to the needs of children and young people, employing evidence-based practice, while simultaneously negotiating the impact of sustained reductions in mental health service resources.
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