- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
- Antal sidor
- Karnac Books
- Bor, Robert
- 203 x 133 x 12 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 204 g
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Coping Better With Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic Encephalomyelitis
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for CFS/ME
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'By working systematically through the exercises in the book, readers can expect to gain further insight into their condition as well as confidence in managing and overcoming it. They can do so in the knowledge that the ideas come from a sought-after clinical centre and are based on the most useful and modern approaches. The book is thoroughly practical, free from abstract and difficult-to-understand psychological terms or 'psychobabble'. It conveys the positive message that patients suffering from CFS/ME can enjoy better physical and mental health.'- From the Foreword by Professor Robert BorContents- Critical incidents, vulnerability factors and maintaining factors- Goal setting- Thoughts and feelings- Sleep- Activity- Energy capsules- Impact crosses- Challenging unhelpful patterns of thinking- Stress and anxiety- Core beliefs- Symptom mapping- Planning for setbacks- Medical perspective
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Dr Bruce Fernie is a chartered counselling psychologist at the Fatigue Service at the Royal Free Hospital. He also works as a psychologist for CASCAID, an HIV mental health service within South London and Maudsley NHS Trust. He has worked in CFS/ME for four years, in which time he has coordinated the development of, and co-facilitated, the evidence-based group programmes designed to help those diagnosed with CFS/ME. As well as CFS/ME, his research interests lie in procrastination, metacognition and Self-Regulatory Executive Function theory. Dr Gabrielle Murphy is a physician working in the Fatigue Service at the Royal Free Hospital where she is the Clinical Lead. She also works in the Department of HIV medicine. Her interests include medically unexplained symptoms. Gabrielle is actively involved in local and national organisations promoting access to CFS/ME services and ongoing research.
Foreword -- Introduction -- Critical incidents, vulnerability factors and maintaining factors -- Goal setting -- Thoughts and feelings -- Sleep -- Activity -- Energy capsules -- Impact crosses -- Challenging unhelpful patterns of thinking -- Stress and anxiety -- Core beliefs -- Symptom mapping -- Planning for setbacks -- Medical perspective