Ingrid Söchting, Christopher Wilson, and Theo De Gagné
Harriet Montgomery, Alison J. Croft, and Ann Hackmann
Laurence Mynors-Wallis and Mark A. Lau
Richard Stott, Warren Mansell, Paul Salkovskis, Anna Lavender, and Sam Cartwright-Hatton
Chapter 1 introduces the concept of the use of metaphors in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), as well as discussing the aims of the title, and the wider concept of the metaphor.
Amy Weisman de Mamani, Merranda McLaughlin, Olivia Altamirano, Daisy Lopez, and Salman Shaheen Ahmad
in Culturally Informed Therapy for Schizophrenia: A Family-Focused Cognitive Behavioral Approach, Clinician Guide
Norah Vincent and Maxine Holmqvist
James Bennett–Levy, David Westbrook, Melanie Fennell, Myra Cooper, Khadj Rouf, and Ann Hackmann
Susan E. Sprich and Steven A. Safren
Ian M. Evans
Dan Bilsker and Elliot Goldner
Chapter 48 discusses barriers to the dissemination of SSM in primary mental health care and a strategy, based on cognitive behavioural principles that can help to overcome these barriers.
David J. Kavanagh and Frank P. Deane
Chapter 56 presents a cognitive-behavioural conceptualization of problems and potential solutions for dissemination of LI CBT case management of clients with severe mental illness.
Melissa K. Runyon and Esther Deblinger
in Combined Parent-Child Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: An Approach to Empower Families At-Risk for Child Physical Abuse
Jerry L. Deffenbacher
Louise Hankinson and Rebecca Mitchell
David Westbrook, Martina Mueller, Helen Kennerley, and Freda McManus
Diana Sanders, Christina Surawy, Daniel Zahl, and Heather Salt
Chapter 13 looks at how to adapt CBT to meet the needs of the patient groups in medical settings, and gives examples of how things can go wrong as well as those which go well.