EVOLVING FORMULATIONS: SHARING COMPLEX INFORMATION WITH CLIENTS

@article{Kinderman2000EVOLVINGFS,
  title={EVOLVING FORMULATIONS: SHARING COMPLEX INFORMATION WITH CLIENTS},
  author={Peter Kinderman and Fiona Lobban},
  journal={Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy},
  year={2000},
  volume={28},
  pages={307 - 310}
}
Psychological formulations are central to cognitive behavioural approaches. The use of such formulations presents a number of difficulties when working with clients with psychotic problems. Despite this, sophisticated psychological formulations can be collaboratively developed with psychotic clients. This paper presents one method of developing such formulations through an evolutionary process. Early in the therapeutic process, simple formulations involving straightforward theoretical models… 
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