Experiencing Compassion-Focused Therapy from the Inside Out A Self-Practice/Self-Reflection Workbook for Therapistsby Kolts, Russell L.; Bell, Tobyn; Bennett-Levy, James; Irons, Chris; Gilbert, Paul
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Tobyn Bell, MSc, is a practitioner of compassion-focused therapy (CFT) and cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) based in Greater Manchester, United Kingdom. He is a CFT trainer for the Compassionate Mind Foundation and a CBT trainer, supervisor, and program lead at the Greater Manchester CBT Training Centre (National Health Service), which is associated with Manchester University. Mr. Bell has published research on mental imagery and compassion and is a registered mental health nurse and trained mindfulness teacher.
James Bennett-Levy is Professor of Mental Health and Psychological Well-Being at the University of Sydney, Australia. As a psychotherapy trainer, he has taught in 22 countries, and is one of the most published researchers in the field of therapist training. In particular, he has pioneered and written extensively about self-practice/self-reflection. Dr. Bennett-Levy is coauthor or coeditor of several widely cited books on cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), including Experiencing CBT from the Inside Out. He is Editor of the Guilford series Self-Practice/Self-Reflection Guides for Psychotherapists.
Chris Irons, PhD, DClinPsych, is Co-Director of Balanced Minds, an organization that provides compassion-focused therapy (CFT) services, training, and resources in London, United Kingdom. He is a board member of the Compassionate Mind Foundation and a Visiting Lecturer at the University of Derby. Since the early 2000s, Dr. Irons has worked with Paul Gilbert and other colleagues on research and clinical developments linked to CFT. He has published numerous articles, book chapters, and books on compassion, attachment, shame, and self-criticism, and regularly provides CFT teaching, training, workshops, and retreats around the world.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Introducing Experiencing Compassion-Focused Therapy from the Inside Out
Chapter 2. A Brief Roadmap to CFT
Chapter 3. Why Do SP/SR?
Chapter 4. Getting the Most from SP/SR
Chapter 5. A Trio of Companions
I. Developing Compassionate Understanding
Module 1. Initial Assessment and Identifying a Challenge
Module 2. Three Systems of Emotion
Module 3. Soothing Rhythm Breathing
Module 4. Understanding the Tricky Brain
Module 5. Exploring Old Brain–New Brain Loops
Module 6. Mindful Breathing
Module 7. Shaped by Our Experiences
Module 8. Compassionate Functional Analysis
Module 9. Safe-Place Imagery
Module 10. Exploring Attachment Style
Module 11. Exploring Fears of Compassion
Module 12. Threat-Focused Formulation in CFT: Historical Influences and Key Fears
Module 13. Threat-Focused Formulation in CFT: Safety Strategies and Unintended Consequences
Module 14. The Mindful Check-In
Module 15. Unpacking Compassion
Module 16. Mindfulness of Self-Criticism Diary
Module 17. Midprogram Assessment
II. Cultivating Compassionate Ways of Being
Module 18. Different Versions of the Self: The Threat-Based Self
Module 19. Cultivating the Compassionate Self
Module 20. The Compassionate Self in Action
Module 21. Deepening the Compassionate Self
Module 22. Behavioral Experiments in CFT
III. Developing the Flows of Compassion
Module 23. Compassion from Self to Others: Skill Building Using Memory
Module 24. Compassion from Self to Others: Skill Building Using Imagery
Module 25. Compassion from Self to Others: Compassionate Behavior
Module 26. Compassion from Others to Self: Skill Building Using Memory
Module 27. Compassion from Others to Self: Opening to Kindness from Others
Module 28. Compassion Flowing to the Self: Compassionate Letter Writing
IV. Engaging Compassionately with Our Multiple Selves
Module 29. Getting to Know Our Multiple Selves
Module 30. Writing from the Multiple Selves
Module 31. Attachment and the Professional Self
Module 32. The Internal Compassionate Supervisor
Module 33. Using Your Internal Compassionate Supervisor to Work with a Difficulty
V. Reflecting on Your CFT SP/SR Journey
Module 34. Maintaining and Enhancing Compassionate Growth
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