|4 November 2020||2:30pm - 4:30pm||ONLINE SESSION (UK Time)|
This is an online event hosted via Zoom. Online registration is now closed.
Using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy — one of the most prevalent schools of contemporary psychotherapy — as a case study we will consider the various background forces that shaped the landscape of contemporary talking therapy.
Gleny Parry, 'Psychologists as Therapists: an overview' in Clinical Psychology in Britain: Historical Perspectives (The British Psychological Society, 2015), Chapter 13
Sarah Marks, 'Psychologists as Therapists: The Development of Behavioural Traditions in Clinical Psychology' in Clinical Psychology in Britain: Historical Perspectives (The British Psychological Society, 2015), Chapter 14
An event organised by Talking as Cure? Contemporary Understandings of Mental Health and its Treatment Research Network
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