Overcoming functional neurological symptoms – a five areas approach

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Book – Overcoming functional neurological symptoms – a five areas approach

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Weight 0.56 kg
Dimensions 17 × 2.1 × 24 cm
Format

Language

English

SKU
BCBTB-002
Categories
Physical Health
ISBN
978-1-444-13834-4
Authors
Dr Chris Williams,
Catriona Kent,
Dr Sharon Smith,
Dr Alan Carson,
Professor Michael Sharpe and
Professor Jonathan Cavanagh

Facing the challenge of how to cope with chronic functional neurological presentations can be difficult, confusing, and distressing. Symptoms themselves can interfere and prevent people living life as they wish. These may include symptoms such as paralysis, seizures, numbness, slurred speak, altered vision, hearing, or speech. This may also include pain, tiredness, fatigue, anxiety, and low mood.
This book teaches the tried and tested five areas® CBT approach to help people experiencing a range of medically unexplained symptoms.
It is an invaluable proven practical and easy to use workbooks for all health care practitioners aimed at helping the people I their care help themselves and lead as full a life as possible.
Research: A randomised controlled trial has been completed on this resource. In Scotland the book is recommended as a first step to care in the managed care network
Visit our Research trials page to see research evidence for our wide range of resources.

Available as a printed or online book that can be worked through by the reader alone, or with support from a supporter/practitioner.

Clinical/teaching licence permission given for copies to be made of pages provided they are for the sole use of the purchaser for their own personal use (including as a professional practitioner to client basis).

Electronic book versions are available from the publisher Taylor and Francis.

Worksheets help take the learning off the page so it can be applied in the readers life.

Written for members of the public, and a resource for practitioners/supporters working with people one to one.

This book resource is available in several formats:
a. Printed book (single purchase or bulk)
b. Online book available from the Taylor and Francis website.
c. No Translations are currently available.

Books can be delivered in several formats:
a. Unsupported (e.g. people access and read)
b. With 1:1 support e.g. coaching, community/primary care/voluntary sector, schools/colleges/universities, occupational health, alcohol reduction services, IAPT /NHS Talking Therapies for Anxiety and Depression Step 2 etc.

About the Authors:
Dr Chris Williams is Emeritus Professor of Psychosocial Psychiatry at the University of Glasgow, Scotland, a Fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, and Past-President of the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP). His main area of interest is making Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) approaches accessible to all. He is an Honorary Fellow of BABCP.
Catriona Kent NHS Education Scotland, UK
Dr Sharon Smith Royal Edinburgh Hospital, Edinburgh, UK

Dr Alan Carson Consultant Neuropsychiatrist, Rehabilitation Medicine, Clinical Neurosciences NHS, Senior Lecturer, University of Edinburgh, UK

Professor Michael Sharpe, University of Oxford, UK

Professor Jonathan Cavanagh, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK

Description

Facing the challenge of how to cope with chronic functional neurological presentations can be difficult, confusing, and distressing. Symptoms themselves can interfere and prevent people living life as they wish. These may include symptoms such as paralysis, seizures, numbness, slurred speak, altered vision, hearing, or speech. This may also include pain, tiredness, fatigue, anxiety, and low mood.
This book teaches the tried and tested five areas® CBT approach to help people experiencing a range of medically unexplained symptoms.
It is an invaluable proven practical and easy to use workbooks for all health care practitioners aimed at helping the people I their care help themselves and lead as full a life as possible.
Research: A randomised controlled trial has been completed on this resource. In Scotland the book is recommended as a first step to care in the managed care network
Visit our Research trials page to see research evidence for our wide range of resources.

How to use this Resource

Available as a printed or online book that can be worked through by the reader alone, or with support from a supporter/practitioner.

Clinical/teaching licence permission given for copies to be made of pages provided they are for the sole use of the purchaser for their own personal use (including as a professional practitioner to client basis).

Electronic book versions are available from the publisher Taylor and Francis.

Worksheets help take the learning off the page so it can be applied in the readers life.

Written for members of the public, and a resource for practitioners/supporters working with people one to one.

Supporter's Notes

This book resource is available in several formats:
a. Printed book (single purchase or bulk)
b. Online book available from the Taylor and Francis website.
c. No Translations are currently available.

Books can be delivered in several formats:
a. Unsupported (e.g. people access and read)
b. With 1:1 support e.g. coaching, community/primary care/voluntary sector, schools/colleges/universities, occupational health, alcohol reduction services, IAPT /NHS Talking Therapies for Anxiety and Depression Step 2 etc.

About the Author

About the Authors:
Dr Chris Williams is Emeritus Professor of Psychosocial Psychiatry at the University of Glasgow, Scotland, a Fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists, and Past-President of the British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP). His main area of interest is making Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) approaches accessible to all. He is an Honorary Fellow of BABCP.
Catriona Kent NHS Education Scotland, UK
Dr Sharon Smith Royal Edinburgh Hospital, Edinburgh, UK

Dr Alan Carson Consultant Neuropsychiatrist, Rehabilitation Medicine, Clinical Neurosciences NHS, Senior Lecturer, University of Edinburgh, UK

Professor Michael Sharpe, University of Oxford, UK

Professor Jonathan Cavanagh, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK

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