Connor Whiteley

CBT For Depression

People feel depressed, a loss of pleasure and sadness when they have depression. They withdraw from their friends and more.

How can we help people with depression?

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) transforms lives. But how does it work?

In this great, engaging, easy-to-understand book, you’ll learn:

How fascinating CBT is?

How does therapy works?

What CBT involves?

How psychological assessments, formulations and interventions are done?

And more.

If you love clinical psychology, psychotherapy and mental health. Then this book is perfect for you.


CBT For Depression Content


Introduction to Mood Disorders and Depression

Introduction to Bipolar Disorder

What Is The Cognitive Approach To Depression?

What Is The Behavioural Principle For Depression?

Introduction To CBT Models and How CBT Works

What Steps Are Involved In CBT?

Introduction To CBT Assessment

How Is A Psychological Assessment Done?

CBT Formulation

Cognitive Interventions For Depression

Behavioural Experiments

Behavioural Activation And How Is It Done?

When Does Psychotherapy End?

Ending Sessions And Therapy In CBT


Bonus Essay— Evaulate CBT For Major Depression Disorder
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