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Therapeutic interventions 

Therapeutic interventions
Therapeutic interventions

David Coghill

, Sally Bonnar

, Sandra L. Duke

, Johnny Graham

, and Sarah Seth

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date: 23 October 2020

Behavioural therapy 396

Parenting programmes 398

Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) 400

Interpersonal therapy (IPT) 402

Family therapy 403

Psychodynamic psychotherapy 404

Group therapy 406

Play and art therapies 407

Self-help 408

Liaison 409

Recommended reading 410

Behaviour therapy is based on the principle that patterns of behaviour can be altered by changing their consequences or by changing the environment in which the behaviour occurs. Behaviour therapy can be used alone to facilitate behavioural change or as a component of CBT....

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