CBT: A Clinician's Guide to Using the Five Areas Approach

CBT: A Clinician's Guide to Using the Five Areas Approach


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CBT: A Clinician's Guide to Using the Five Areas Approach by Chris Williams, Marie Chellingsworth

This book is essential reading for practitioners involved in introducing the use of cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) into their clinical practice and making it truly accessible to practitioners and patients alike. It covers:

  • How to support someone in 10, 20 or 60 minutes using the successful and proven
    five areas model
  • The challenges faced and how to overcome these when working using guided
    CBT self-help
  • How to offer support face to face, or using telephone, email, or classes
  • Practical information and advice for all those wishing to use the five areas guided
    CBT interventions in their clinical practice
  • How to introduce, support and review progress using the Plan, Do, Review model
  • A description of the wide range of five areas resources and how to use them with
  • Support scripts and linked online resources

The book provides a proven delivery model for wider dissemination of this evidence-based CBT approach. It is essential reading for general practitioners, psychologists, psychological well-being practitioners (PWPs), self-help support workers, coaches, counsellors, nurses, occupational therapists, teachers, psychiatrists, condition management/back to work teams, managers and commissioners and other practitioners wishing to incorporate CBT as part of their practice and services.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780340991299
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 08/27/2010
Pages: 256
Product dimensions: 6.70(w) x 9.50(h) x 0.50(d)

About the Author

Dr Chris Williams BSc (Hons) MBCHB MMedSc MD FRCPsych is Professor of Psychosocial Psychiatry and Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK
Marie Chellingsworth RMN, Dip Nursing, BSc (Hons) is Course Director (IAPT) and Senior Lecturer in Psychological Therapies, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, School of Nursing, Midwifery and Physiotherapy, University of Nottingham, and Senior Fellow of the Institute of Mental Health, Nottingham, UK

Table of Contents


Getting To Know the Five Areas Approach
Why is there a need for accessible forms of cognitive behavioral therapy?
Key elements of the Five Areas model

Using The Five Areas Approach
Clinical assessment and selling the model
Completing a collaborative Five Areas assessment
Using the Five Areas assessment to understand why the person feels as they do

Supporting and reviewing progress
Setting goals and monitoring progress using the Plan, Do, Review model
Offering structured support face to face and by telephone or email
Delivering support in the LLTTF and other classes

Resources Overview
Five Areas written resources for low mood and stress
Five Areas online, DVD and audio multimedia resources for low mood and stress

Supervision, Training and Service Implications
Case management and supervision
Training and supporting practitioners in using the Five Areas approach

The Five Areas In Action
Five Areas model as a first contact assessment tool in an IAPT team in England
Five Areas books with GP support
Five Areas depression book plus telephone support in Canada
Use of the Overcoming Anxiety book in an IAPT service
Little CBT Books delivered by housing workers in England
Little CBT Books delivered by social services via telephone and LLTTF classes
LLTTF classes delivered in community settings
LLTTF classes with university students
LLTTF classes in schools
Using the Little CBT Books in secondary schools
Living Life to the Full free online course (www.llttf.com)
Living Life to the Full Interactive (www.llttf.com) offered across Scotland (pilot service)
Overcoming Bulimia Online (www.overcomingbulimiaonline.com) delivered in a specialist eating disorders service
Overcoming Anorexia Online (www.overcominganorexiaonline.com) delivered in a specialist eating disorders clinic
Self-help clinic in a primary care mental health team

Supporter Scripts and Resources

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