Monday, 28 March 2016

Cognitive Interpersonal Therapy #StayingWellAfterPsychosis: shared formulation, alliance, mutuality

Studying a few more pages of Chapter 4: Overview of Principles and Procedures, Staying Well After Psychosis, A Cognitive Interpersonal Approach to Recovery and Relapse Prevention by Professors Andrew Gumley and Matthias Schwannauer.  Alongside some knitting, gardening, reading Podvoll's Seduction of Madness and other everyday home stuff.

What stood out for me was the length and focus of cognitive interpersonal therapy, the level of commitment and collaborative approach, the willingness to adapt the therapy to suit the person, and the containment within a safe space or "safe interpersonal context".

I also noticed a tweet by Prof Gumley on 'Review of clinical and educational psychology training arrangements' and had a quick look through.










Then I noticed a tweet by Prof Gumley about the 'Review of clinical and educational psychology training arrangements', retweeted and commented:




link to Review


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