Books and Other Print Resources:
- Cognitive Therapy of Schizophrenia (2005), by D. Kingdon and D. Turkington
- Lecomte, T., Leclerc, C., & Wykes, T. (2016). Group Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Psychosis: A Guidebook for Clinicians. Oxford University Press.
- Recovery-Oriented Cognitive Therapy for Schizophrenia: A Comprehensive Treatment Manual (2016), by D. Perivoliotis, P. Grant, & A. T. Beck
- The Case Formulation Approach to Cognitive-Behavior Therapy, by Jacqueline B. Persons
- Principles and Practice of Psychiatric Rehabilitation: An Empirical Approach (2008), by Corrigan, Mueser, Bond, Drake, & Solomon
- Freeman, D, Freeman, J, & Garety, P. Overcoming Paranoid and Suspicious Thoughts: A Self-Help Guide Using Cognitive Behavioral Techniques. 2006. Constable & Robinson, Ltd.
- Hayward, M. Overcoming Distressing Voices: A Self-Help Guide Using Cognitive Behavioral Techniques. 2012. Robinson.
- EDAPT Newsletter Winter 2016 - Negative Symptoms Psychoeducation
- Beyond Schizophrenia (2016), by Marjorie L. Bladwin
- The Collected Schizophrenias by Esme Wang
- The Best Practices in Schizophrenia Treatment (BeST) Center
- Center for Practice Innovations (CPI) Website
- Center for Practice Innovations (CPI) YouTube Channel
- Vimeo (Vimeo links available by topic area as well, upon request: please send an email to email@example.com)
- University of Minnesota Webinars
- University of Minnesota Clinical Tips
- Center for Clinical Intervention’s (Smith et al) Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Psychotic Symptoms: A Therapist’s Manual
CBTp Demonstrations by Experts:
Assessment of voices and psychoeducation with David Kingdon
Psychoeducation and assessment with Douglas Turkington
Precipitating factors and sharing the case conceptualization with Douglas Turkington
Behavioral experiment with Douglas Turkington
Medication discussion using normalization, shaping, eliciting thoughts, pros and cons, tracking, and behavioral tailoring (assessing and problem solving) with Douglas Turkington
Launching the North America CBT for psychosis Network (NACBTpN)
We are excited to let you know about the launch of this exciting new network for CBT for psychosis practitioners.
Every time we teach a workshop folks ask "where can we get more resources?" or "how can we keep in touch?" or "how do we learn about other people in our area trained in CBTp?" And now we have an answer.
The NACBTpN launched in November 2018 and is offering General Membership to anyone with a graduate license-eligible degree and an interest in CBTp who pays their dues annually.
Benefits of membership include:
•NACBTpN website members area (jobs listed/additional resources/trainings offered nationwide)
•receipt of the electronic newsletter bi-annually
To sign up go to their website and submit your info.
NACBTpN has also recently published their recommended CBTp competence standards. If you are looking to meet standards for competence with a view towards a long-term goal of accreditation in CBTp, don't hesitate to reach out to our team at firstname.lastname@example.org