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Author: Wendy Turton
Date: July 2012
Journal: Mental Health Practice
Issue: Volume 15, Number 10
Keywords: Cognitive behaviour therapy, experience, learning cycle
Learning to ‘do’ therapy is more than knowing the theory if real understanding, confidence and competence are to develop. One method of learning cognitive behaviour therapy, based on Kolb’s (1984) work, involves a cycle of role play, concrete experience and reflection, based on and leading back to the theory. This strategy was followed in student workshops at the University of Southampton during the first module of their Improving Access to Psychological Therapies (IAPT) postgraduate training.
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