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Trainees' experience and attitudes to behavioural–cognitive psychotherapy training

  • Lynne M. Drummond (a1) and Rosalind L. Ramsay (a2)
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We performed a survey to examine the behavioural–cognitive psychotherapy teaching and experience of trainee psychiatrists in the South Thames (West) Region. Sixty-four per cent of the whole sample who responded to the survey, including 90% of the registrars who responded, had treated at least one patient using behavioural cognitive methods. Few trainees reported no experience of behavioural cognitive psychotherapy with almost all attending some form of teaching. Trainees generally reported that they valued this experience.

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BJPsych Bulletin
  • ISSN: 0955-6036
  • EISSN: 1472-1473
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Trainees' experience and attitudes to behavioural–cognitive psychotherapy training

  • Lynne M. Drummond (a1) and Rosalind L. Ramsay (a2)
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