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By Michael Neenan, Stephen Palmer

Cognitive Behavioural training in Practice explores quite a few facets of training from inside of a cognitive behavioural framework. Michael Neenan and Stephen Palmer compile specialists within the box to debate subject matters including:

  • procrastination
  • stress
  • performance
  • self-esteem
  • perfectionism
  • goal selection
  • socratic questioning.

This hugely sensible ebook is illustrated all through with long coach–coachee dialogues that come with a observation of the goals of the trainer throughout the consultation. will probably be crucial examining for either trainees coaches whether they have a heritage in psychology. it's going to even be important for therapists, counsellors and psychologists who are looking to use training of their daily practice.

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Emotionally charged) issue: Paul: Coach: Paul: Coach: Paul: Coach: Paul: Coach: Paul: I’m getting demoralised with this cold calling business. It can be a hard grind, but how are you demoralising yourself about it up here (tapping head)? ] I’m not demoralising myself. It’s just what happens when people are not interested in your services. Is it their job to help you set up your private practice? ] True, but it’s still not nice being rejected every day. Are they rejecting you or your services? ] Well, it feels like it’s both.

Would that be okay? Yeah. A typical day is not really what happens in my life. You know, I’ve been a . . I do quite a lot of travelling around in the car, and that exacerbates pain, so that makes it very difficult. I basically only do one real, what I would call exercise session a week. Where I do an aqua-aerobics class. I help out with an aqua-aerobics class. So for an hour a week. So that’s really the only exercise I do. If I go out shopping or something like that, some days it’s okay, other days by the time I’ve got halfway around the supermarket, I can’t walk anymore.

These ‘setting the scene’ and ‘agenda-setting’ strategies help to create a coachee expectation that they can talk freely (if they want to) about the behaviour without fear of trying to be persuaded or coerced into change. If coachees talk freely about their health behaviour, then the MI practitioner can get on with the core tasks of developing empathy and rapport, helping them to explore and resolve ambivalence about behaviour change, noticing and developing any change talk and building coachee confidence.

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