- Chapter 1 Common problems in therapy
- Chapter 2 Using CBT with diverse patients: working with South Asian Muslims
- Chapter 3 Looking after yourself
- Chapter 4 Ethics
- Chapter 5 Patient perspectives on receiving CBT
- Chapter 6 Low-intensity CBT
- Chapter 7 Brief CBT in GP surgeries and community settings
- Chapter 8 CBT in groups
- Chapter 9 Systemic aspects of CBT
- Chapter 10 Doing CBT through others
- Chapter 11 Working in multidisciplinary teams
- Chapter 12 CBT with inpatients in mental health settings
- Chapter 13 Physical health settings
- Chapter 14 Going it alone: working in private practice
- Chapter 15 Developing and progressing as a CBT therapist
- Chapter 16 Becoming a supervisor
- Chapter 17 Training skills
- Chapter 18 Research and evaluation
- Chapter 19 Service development
- Chapter 20 When therapists have problems: what can CBT do for us?
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