CBT Values and Ethics
- David Kingdon - University of Southampton, UK
- Nick Maguire - Southampton University, UK
- Dzintra Stalmeisters - University of Derby, UK
- Michael Townend - University of Derby, UK
Providing real examples and reflective questions to encourage trainees to think about their own practice, this book takes the time to explain the principles and source of clinical ethics before focusing on the specific requirements for CBT users, including:
- CBT techniques
- Responsibilities to your client
It provides real examples and reflective questions to help you think about your own practice. This book will be your guide to CBT specific vales and ethics as you train and continue into practice.
Why has this book not been written before? Professional roles are under pressure as never before with multiple demands, rising workloads and budgetary challenges. It’s sometimes hard to know how best to help - this wonderful gem of a book will help practitioners continually apply an ethical and values based framework to their practice that emphasises their role in working with the individual – yet recognises the complexity of service delivery in varied health and social care settings.
There is a need for a text of this kind that integrates ethical practice into the practice of CBT.
enjoyed reading this book. easy to read with good examples. highly recommended
Sample Materials & Chapters
Kingdon et al. - CBT Values and Ethics - Chapter 1