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Kick-starting Men's Mental Health: An Evaluation of the Effect of Playing Football on Mental Health Service Users' Well-Being
Previous research has shown that playing in a football team can have many positive benefits for mental health, including reducing social isolation and improving confidence. This article reports the… Expand
Primary-care mental-health workers’ views of clinical supervision
- Kenneth M. McFadyen, Jurai Darongkamas, Ross Crowther-Green, O. Williams
- The Cognitive Behaviour Therapist
- 1 September 2011
Abstract Clinical supervision is an essential component of psychological work with clients. This article presents views of a group of primary-care mental-health workers on the introduction of… Expand
Outcomes of cognitive analytic therapy delivered by trainees.
Training NHS staff to work with people with trauma induced emotional regulation and interpersonal relational difficulties (TIERI)/borderline personality disorder
Improvement is sorely needed to the National Health Service (NHS) care for people with trauma induced emotional regulation and interpersonal relational difficulties (TIERI), currently labelled as a… Expand
A CAT envelope to deliver EMDR: Cognitive analytic therapy around eye movement desensitization and reprocessing.
Two psychological therapy approaches are outlined: Cognitive Analytic Therapy (CAT) and Eye Movement Desensitisation and Reprocessing (EMDR). Substantial benefits are to be gained, particularly for… Expand
An eight-eyed version of Hawkins and Shohet's clinical supervision model: the addition of the cognitive analytic therapy concept of the ‘observing eye/I’ as the ‘observing us’
This paper proposes incorporating the concept of the ‘observing eye/I’, from cognitive analytic therapy (CAT), to Hawkins and Shohet's seven modes of supervision, comprising their transtheoretical… Expand