Magazine article National Association of School Psychologists. Communique

Tools and Resources for CBT

Magazine article National Association of School Psychologists. Communique

Tools and Resources for CBT

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Tools and Resources for CBT COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY IN K-12 SCHOOL SETTINGS: A practitioner's Toolkit By D. Joyce-Beaulieu & M. Sulkowski 2015, Springer

REVIEW BY LISA GOODMAN

The title of this book is fitting given the plethora of resources and applicable information provided on each page. As you read this well written and highly organized book, you will undoubtedly be thinking about your own students and how you could implement cognitive- behavioral therapy (CBT) within your school. If you have never used CBT, this toolkit will assist you in beginning your practice. If you currently implement CBT, the knowledge you will undoubtedly gain from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy In K-12 School Settings: A Practitioner's Toolkit will help you in refining your practice.

The book begins with an overview of cognitive-behavioral therapy practice, helpful to both new and more seasoned practitioners. The authors then break down CBT for children and adolescents who experience internalizing and externalizing problems with a recommended outline of a counseling structure to apply. Within each type of internalizing or externalizing problem, the authors discuss a range of CBT methods that can be implemented, including why some are not recommended based on the presenting symptomology. …

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