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Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. A Guide for the Practising Clinician, vol 2

01 September 2009

Mental Health Practice

Book Review

THIS IS a welcome addition to the increasingly rich information resource on cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) and would be a useful library resource for generic...

The A-Z guide to good mental health: you don’t have to be famous to have manic depression

01 February 2009

Mental Health Practice

Book Review

As a manic depressive sufferer myself, this is one of the best books I have read on the subject. The first half is constructed in the form of an extended dialogue...

Living with a black dog

01 February 2010

Mental Health Practice

Book Review

THIS IS an excellent little book, conveying the essence of caring for someone with depression, in a brief and concise form, what it might take more conventional...

Supervision in clinical practice: a practitioner’s guide

01 November 2010

Mental Health Practice

Book Review

GIVEN THE rapid expansion of psychological therapy services in the UK, this book is essential reading for mental health nurses.

The Psychotherapy of Hope

01 November 2012

Mental Health Practice

Book Review

IN AN era characterised by a fetishising of evidence-based outcomes that promote a narrow range of psychotherapeutic approaches, this book is refreshing in...

Dryden’s handbook of individual therapy

01 September 2007

Mental Health Practice

Book Review

During a highly entertaining lunch with Windy in May, I found out why, before publication of the first edition, he had put his surname into the title. The Sage...

Bridges or tunnels?

01 December 2004

Mental Health Practice

Interact

Dear Editor, I was intrigued by Barker and Buchanan-Barker’s article in last month’s MHP (8, 3, 12- 15). The ‘bridging’ metaphor is an interesting development in...

Not so surprising results

01 November 2003

Mental Health Practice

Interact

Dear Editor, I write in response to Len Bowers’ article, ‘Runaway patients’ (MHP 7, 1, 10-12). The tone and style of the article suggested that mental healthcare...

Facial affect recognition and mental health

10 July 2014

Mental Health Practice

Art & Science

Not being able to accurately detect and respond to the emotions conveyed in the facial expressions of others is a significant issue for many people with mental...

Emotional rescue: deliberate self harmers and A&E departments

01 June 2004

Mental Health Practice

General

Accident and Emergency (A&E) departments across the UK are a frontline service, dealing with trauma in the population regardless of age or culture. Staff are...