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Section 1: Clinical vignette 1: Manual-assisted CBT for self-harm

(1.1) Clinical vignette 1: Manual-assisted CBT for self-harm

(1.2) Clinical vignette 1: introduction

(1.3) Potential problems

(1.4) Next steps

(1.5) Reflection

(1.6) If the patient refuses follow-up

(1.7) Clinical vignette: Assessment stage

(1.8) Risk factors for repeat self-harm

(1.9) Clinical vignette: Assessment (cont.)

(1.10) Terms describing the dynamics at work

(1.11) Reflection

(1.12) Factors predictive of outcome

(1.13) Clinical vignette: First follow-up appointment

(1.14) Why do people self-harm?

(1.15) Clinical vignette: Use of the self-help manual

(1.16) Clinical vignette: Cognitive-behavioural therapy first session

(1.17) Other interventions to consider

(1.18) Mentalisation-based treatment (MBT)

(1.19) Manual-assisted cognitive treatment

(1.20) Reflection

(1.21) Common cognitive distortions

(1.22) The process of manual-assisted CBT

(1.23) Reflection

(1.24) Reflection: suggested answer

(1.25) Factors explaining a poorer outcome

(1.26) Ways to improve outcomes of manual-assisted therapies

(1.27): Clinical vignette 1: Recap

(1.28) Clinical vignette 1: Summary

 

Clinical vignette 2: DBT for the reduction of self-harming behaviour

(2.1) Clinical vignette 2: DBT for the reduction of self-harming behaviour

(2.2) Clinical vignette: Introduction

(2.3) What features do recently released prisoners share with newly-discharged psychiatric patients?

(2.4) Agencies to inform during treatment

(2.5) Clinical vignette: First individual session

(2.6) The foundations of DBT

(2.7) The components of DBT

(2.8) Clinical vignette: First group session

(2.9) Transference in group therapy

(2.10) Clinical vignette: Second individual session

(2.11) The DBT team

(2.12) Why are a number of sessions used to establish commitment to treatment?

(2.13) Clinical vignette: First telephone contact

(2.14) Safeguards against misuse of telephone treatment

(2.15) The stages of DBT

(2.16) The process and outcome of DBT

(2.17) DBT adapted for different clinical settings

(2.18) DBT adapted for different clinical settings

(2.19) Potential problems in implementing DBT services

(2.20) Evidence for the effectiveness of DBT in European healthcare settings

(2.21) Clinical vignette 2: Recap

(2.22) Clinical vignette 2: Summary

 

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