- Evidence–based approaches to assessment and formulation of complex cases
- A wide range of problems not restricted to disorder categories, including anger, low self–esteem, abuse and shame
- A concern with the realities of clinical practice which involves complex cases that do not fit neatly into simple case conceptualisations or diagnostic categories
Cognitive Therapy with Panic and Agoraphobia: Working with Complex Cases (A. Hackmann).
The Devil is in the Detail: Conceptionalising and Treating Obsessional Problems (P. Salkovskis, et al.).
Where There′s a Will...Cognitive Therapy for People with Chronic Depressive Disorders (J. Scott).
Cognitive Behavioural Treatment for Complicated Cases of Post–Traumatic Stress Disorder (M. Kimble, et al.).
Eating Disorders, Self–Image Disturbance and Maltreatment (R. Calam).
Assessment and Formulation in the Cognitive Behavioural Treatment of Psychosis (G. Haddock & N. Tarrier).
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy of Psychosis: Complexities in Engagement and Therapy (D. Kingdon).
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Psychotic Symptoms in Schizophrenia (A. Morrison).
Low Self–Esteem (M. Fennell).
Shame and Humiliation in the Treatment of Complex Cases (P. Gilbert).
Parasuicide (G. Sidley).
Cognitive Behavioural Interventions for Anger, Aggression and Violence (K. Howells).
Cognitive Behavioural Treatment of Personality Disorders (A. Freeman & J. Jackson).
Schema–Focused Therapy for Personality Disorders (J. Young & W. Behary).
Issues in Treating Rape and Sexual Assault (T. Weaver, et al.).
Complex Relationship Cases: Conceptualisation, Assessment and Treatment (W. Halford & R. Bouma).