CBT Values and Ethics

CBT Values and Ethics

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This is an exciting and long-sought proposal for a textbook on the values and ethics of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. CBT has been criticised as less ‘ethical’ by humanistic therapists due to its reputation as a formulaic, solution-focused approach. However, it is grounded in research evidence and trainees are encouraged to consider the values and ethics of the approach as an integral part of their training. Before now, they’ve had no textbook to support this, having to draw from general counselling ethics books or CBT journal articles. The success of Tim Bond’s Standards & Ethics for Counselling in Action is an indicator of the sales potential this topic has within the therapy market, and reviews show that there’s a real call for this book from CBT ...

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