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by Professor Chris Williams
and Dr Rebeca Martinez
Last reviewed: June 2015
Cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT) is a
short-term, problem-focused psychosocial intervention.
Generic CBT skills provide a readily
accessible model for patient assessment and management and can
usefully inform general clinical skills in everyday practice.
This module will help you understand the role
of CBT in general adult psychiatry, enabling you to
start helping patients and/or their carers to look at
difficulties from a cognitive-behavioural perspective.
This module will help you to answer the
Start the module
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