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Compassion Focused Group Therapy for University Counseling Centers
A Clinician's Guide2129
* Each module contains psychoeducational materials and multiple experiential activities aimed to illuminate core CFT principles * Students engaged with CFT were able to lower their fears of giving and receiving compassion, engage their suffering more adaptively, and act in more compassionate ways with themselves and others. In addition, they were able to lower their shame and self-criticism and engage in self-reassuring behaviors * Developed in conjunction with Paul Gilbert, founder of CFT and bestselling Routledge author
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"In this companion set of Compassion Focused Group Therapy guides for group facilitators and for group participants, the authors have created a remarkably accessible resource that promotes deeply humane, high quality clinical care. The manuals are written with the wisdom of experienced group therapists utilizing a structured, well- defined and well- researched model of compassion focused care. These therapy guides address the implementation gap that so often exists between theory and clinical practice in ways that are particularly relevant for today's group therapists and their clients." -Molyn Leszcz, MD, FRCPC, CGP, DFAGPA, professor of Psychiatry, University of Toronto, president, the American Group Psychotherapy Association. "This manual and workbook is a tour de force! Compassion focused therapy (CFT) is a powerful, multi-dimensional, scientifically-based approach to managing difficult emotions. The authors have brilliantly condensed CFT into twelve, easily digestible modules. This could be the most valuable course a student takes in college-learning to regulate emotions by cultivating a compassionate mind. Highly recommended for young and old!" -Christopher Germer, PhD, lecturer (part-time), Harvard Medical School, co-author, Teaching the Mindful Self-Compassion Program. "Compassion Focused Therapy embodies the major tenets of the APA-accredited group psychology and group psychotherapy specialty. It gives essential instruction for leaders and members, presenting the ideas in well written text with great graphics. This program takes the practitioner through the steps and issues central to initiating, managing, and practicing group therapy in college counseling settings in a manner that lines up nicely with the guidelines of the group specialty." -Joshua M. Gross, PhD, ABPP, director of Group Programs, licensed psychologist. "Highly recommended are the manual and workbook for Compassion Focused Group Therapy for University Counseling Centers. These present a sequence of group sessions that clinicians will find as excellent guidance for group facilitation and members will help structure their own personal development. The authors are to be commended for developing these evidence- based publications that are well researched, written and are shown to benefit group to grow, develop and heal." - Nina W. Brown, EdD, professor and eminent scholar, Old Dominion University; distinguished fellow, American Group Psychotherapy Association; fellow American Psychological Association. "The last 20 years has seen an explosion of research into the physiological and psychological effects of compassion training, and how to make compassion central to psychotherapeutic endeavours. In this beautifully written and easily accessible work internationally renowned group researcher and psychotherapist Gary Burlingame and his team outline a group modular approach for young people attending University with mental health difficulties. With their already excellent research findings and programme, all group therapist will gain enormously from the wisdoms, clarity and guidance offered here." - Professor Paul Gilbert, OBE, author of The Compassionate Mind (2009); Compassion Focused Therapy (2010), and president of the Compassionate Mind Foundation. "This manual skillfully blends the content and process driven elements of short term CFT groups, whilst offering creativity and concrete guidance. This is an absolute gift to our CFT community and will be essential reading for all those Compassion Focused Therapists who are motivated to explore the affiliative possibilities of group based CFT. This manual also reflects the wealth of experience and knowledge in groupwork practice brought by the authors." - Kate Lucre, PhD, psychotherapist, Birmingham and Solihull Mental Trust. "Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT) is a powerful approach to mental health. It puts compassion as the central ther
Kara Cattani is a clinical professor and director of Student Development Services at Brigham Young University. She divides her time between administrative work, clinical practice, training of graduate students, consulting, and clinical research. Derek Griner is a practicing board-certified counseling psychologist with significant CFT experience. His research focuses on diversity issues for which he received APA's Division 17 award for excellence in scholarship. David M. Erekson is a board-certified psychologist and an associate clinical professor at Brigham Young University. A dedicated scientist-practitioner, he has an active clinical practice and a psychotherapy research lab. Gary M. Burlingame has contributed over 75 books, manuals, and chapters and 150 articles on effective small group treatments and is president-elect of the American Group Psychotherapy Association. Mark E. Beecher is a board-certified counseling psychologist who has practiced in a college counseling center for over 20 years. His practice and research interests include individual/group psychotherapy, CFT, and multicultural competence. Cameron T. Alldredge is completing his doctoral internship in a university counseling center. As an emerging psychologist, he is passionate about teaching, research, and clinical practice.
1. Compassion and the Tricky Brain 2. Three Systems of Emotion 3. Mindfulness 4. Feeling Safe and Receiving Compassion for Others 5. Compassionate-Self 6. Multiple Selves 7. Self-Criticism 8. Shame and Guilt 9. Deepening Compassion for Self 10. Compassionate Assertiveness 11. Forgiveness 12. Envisioning a Compassionate Future.