This book presents the application of the model of cognitive behavioural intervention in the practice of physiotherapy and occupational therapy addressing a range of clinical problems with contributions from professionals who are specialists in their field.
The purpose of the book is to increase knowledge and awareness of how CBT can be applied within a theoretical framework from which physiotherapists and occupational therapists work. The book explains the psychological model and provides a rationale for applying CBT as a tool to strengthen physiotherapy and occupational therapy interventions.
By bringing new knowledge to the practice of physiotherapists and occupational therapists in regard to CBT approaches opens up new options in relation to the management of specific conditions such as chronic pain, anxiety, fibromyalgia and other specialist areas.
Case studies are integral to this book, highlighting the application of CBT, outlining the strategies, and illustrating the outcomes and boundaries of treatment.
This is not a book for experts in CBT: focusing on physiotherapy and occupational therapy professions, Donaghy and her co-authors link models of current practice with CBT interventions, giving parameters an integrated practice.
Table Of Contents:
SECTION 1. CBT: The Theoretical Context
- 1. Cognitive behavioural therapy: origins and developments
- 2. Incorporating cognitive behaviour approaches into models of practice
- 3. Biomedical links between cognitions and behaviour
SECTION 2. CBT: Practical Application
- 4. Cognitive behavioural therapy for depression
- 5. Cognitive behavioural therapy for anxiety
- 6. Enduring Mental Illness
- 7. Cognitive behavioural approaches in the treatment of alcohol addiction
- 8. Chronic pain
- 9. Fibromyalgia management using cognitive-behavioural principles: a practical approach for therapists
- 10. Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
- 11. Concluding comments
Marie Donaghy, PhD, BA(Hons), FCSP, FHEA, Dean, School of Health Sciences Queen, Margaret University, Edinburgh; Professor of Physiotherapy; Fellow of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy; Graduate member of the British Psychological Society; Fellow of the Higher Education Academy;
Maggie Nicol, PhD, MPhil, FCOT, Cert, FE, Fellow of the College of Occupational Therapy; Professor of Occupational Therapy and Head of Occupational Therapy at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh;
Kate M. Davidson, PhD, C, ClinPsychol, FBPsS, Fellow of the British Psychological Society; Honorary Professor of Clinical Psychology at University of Glasgow; Director of the Glasgow Institute of Psychosocial Interventions at NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde