CBT for psychosis: time for a fourth wave? (ISPS book series) (60 minute paper)

Caroline Cupitt

South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust

Caroline Cupitt is Psychology Lead for the Early Intervention in Psychosis Service at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust. She has been working in psychosis services for more than twenty years and is both editor and contributor to a forthcoming book in the ISPS series, 'CBT for psychosis: process-oriented therapies and the third wave'. Anne Cooke is Clinical Director at the Salomons Centre for Applied Psychology, Canterbury Christ Church University. She was editor of the BPS (2014) report ‘Understanding Psychosis and Schizophrenia: Why people sometimes hear voices, believe things that others find strange, or appear out of touch with reality, and what can help'.

Abstract

Given that we are now already many years into the development of third wave CBTp, it is interesting to speculate about the direction of a possible fourth wave. If the first took behaviour as its focus, the second cognition and... [ view full abstract ]

Authors

  1. Caroline Cupitt (South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust)
  2. Anne Cooke (Canterbury Christ Church University)

Topic Areas

Individual cognitive behavioural therapies and related approaches , Society's impact on mental health , Other approaches to working for change

Session

SAB PCB » Papers:CBT (08:00 - Saturday, 2nd September, The Guild, Mountford Hall)

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