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Setting up and evaluating a cognitive–behavioural therapy training programme for psychiatric trainees

  • Rebeca Martinez (a1) and Rebecca Horne (a2)
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Psychotherapy training provision within psychiatry training schemes differs across the UK. In the light of the current changes in training structures, adjustments may be required in the way that psychotherapy training is delivered and assessed. This paper reports on the development, delivery and evaluation of a cognitive–behavioural therapy (CBT) training programme for psychiatric trainees within a training scheme with limited psychotherapy resources.

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Setting up and evaluating a cognitive–behavioural therapy training programme for psychiatric trainees

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