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Chigwedere, C,Thwaites, R,Fitzmaurice, B,Donohoe, G
2019
January
Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy
Self-practice/self-reflection as an alternative to personal training-therapy in cognitive behavioural therapy training: A qualitative analysis
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cognitive behavioural psychotherapy personal therapy self-practice self-reflection self-therapy PSYCHOTHERAPISTS ACQUISITION EXPERIENCES WORKING SKILLS
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IntroductionThe study examined the qualitative impact and credibility of self-practice/self-reflection (SP/SR).MethodsNineteen participants reflected on the self-practice of cognitive behavioural therapy techniques. Written reflections were analysed using inductive thematic analysis.ResultsTwo superordinate themes (a) Personal-self and (b) Therapist-self, with themes and subthemes emerged.ConclusionThe themes found equivalents in existing goals of traditional therapists' training-therapy. Though brief, SP/SR may be a credible alternative/adjunctive training-therapy.
10.1002/cpp.2331
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