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(p. 41) Using CBT with diverse patients: working with South Asian Muslims 

(p. 41) Using CBT with diverse patients: working with South Asian Muslims
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(p. 41) Using CBT with diverse patients: working with South Asian Muslims
Author(s):

Farooq Naeem

, Peter Phiri

, Shanaya Rathod

, and David Kingdon

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780199561308.003.0002
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date: 12 November 2019

Chapter 2 discusses the use of CBT with diverse patients, particularly in working with South Asian Muslims. Potential adaptations of CBT are explored, along with culture and related issues (including religion and spirituality, family, the therapeutic relationship, expression of distress and traditional healing practices), capacity and circumstances, cognitions and beliefs.

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