Although the four-stage model of MiCBT is backed by a strong rationale and neuroscientific research tends to support its structure, some situations require a degree of adaptation to either engage ..
One of the core skills of CBT is the ability to use what is known as the Socratic dialogue, which is a way of communicating that increases the probability of cognitive reappraisal in the client. A..
Providing a sound rationale to clients is an important feature of all CBT-related programmes because of the need to engage clients in active participation. However, discomfort, reactivity, drowsin..
Although MiCBT provides the strong advantage of being a transdiagnostic intervention, age-related adaptations are important to consider, given the significant differences in brain volume and funct..
Grief is a legitimate, non-pathological, emotional expression of loss in humans, but many clients come to therapy for bereavement issues. Others are referred for Adjustment Disorder where various ..
As MiCBT involves various forms of exposure techniques in each of the four stages, it is helpful for therapists to understand the deepest nature and mechanisms of dissociation and avoidance, and h..
The MiCBT approach includes the use of unique tools that enable the measurement of active mechanisms and theoretical constructs specific to MiCBT. For example, two active mechanisms associated wit..
While unpleasant experiences are both common and expected in accurate training of mindfulness meditation, adverse effects are uncommon but harmful experiences that tend to persist outside the meditati..
Psychological conditions can be understood from different theoretical perspectives, psychodynamic, behavioural, narrative, etc., each of which operating through their respective skillsets. Case co..
The perception of self has often been implicated in mental health conditions, as well as interpersonal and societal conflicts, from the smallest issue to the most devastating wars. Issues of poor self..