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Cognitive behavioural therapy and client-centred counselling

Both cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) and client-centred counselling (CCC) offer patients help and support by addressing personal issues. The practices share the common therapeutic endeavour of improving well-being. The need for an integrated approach to CBT and CCC was highlighted by requests from clinical staff for a model that was practice driven and easy to use in the clinical setting. Clinical staff indicated they would welcome the opportunity to develop skills that embraced ...

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