By Ken Laidlaw, Larry W. Thompson, Dolores Gallagher-Thompson, Leah Dick-Siskin
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Everyone who is depressed deserves treatment for this, however ‘reasonable’ the depression may seem in the circumstances. g. ‘I’m not depressed. It’s just my age’). It is important that the therapist takes a validating position by not dismissing the patient’s views or by simply providing reassurance. The therapist can ask patients what they consider would be a good way to make sure they made the most of their therapy sessions. From previous sections of this chapter, it should be apparent that therapists are not immune to developing unhelpful or interfering thoughts and beliefs that may influence their behaviour.
If they are to be useful to clinicians, formulations should be descriptive and predictive and be able to identify potential pitfalls in therapy. Formulations are beneficial to therapeutic outcome in the sense that they aid the important process of understanding between patient and therapist (Persons, 1993). Formulation serves an important function in terms of the therapeutic relationship or alliance enhancement. Therapeutic alliance is a term more commonly associated with psychodynamic orientations; however, it is gaining increasing acceptance as a ‘pantheoretical construct’ (Horvath & Luborksy, 1993).
Contingent reinforcement schedules III. Excess disability in chronic medical conditions . Impact of problem; occupational, interpersonal, social? What event(s) or stimuli account for the onset of your client’s current difficulties. What are the triggers for this current episode? Have there been similar or previous episodes? What are the client’s vulnerabilities in terms of the current stressor(s) and in terms of previous episodes of depression and anxiety or previous response to stressors? Background and context .
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy with Older People by Ken Laidlaw, Larry W. Thompson, Dolores Gallagher-Thompson, Leah Dick-Siskin