Useful web links for PWP's

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Useful web links for PWP's

Post by baa » Tue Aug 24, 2010 3:10 pm

Training

IAPT/ Rethink PWP training manual 2009 – Really useful resource, PWP’s get given these when they go on training, bit of PWP bible!!

Self Help

Living Life to the Full
Glasgow Steps Self Help
Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust Self Help material
Lanarkshire Mental Health Resources Self Help material
Get Self Help
Royal College of Psychiatrist’s Self Help material
Talk Together Self Help
Working for wellness
Rethink-A Recovery Programme for Depression – this resource isn’t free but is a really nice resource if your service has access to it, I think you can download and print one copy for free without breeching copyright laws.

Useful information

IAPT
IAPT Outcome Measures

Voluntary Organisations
Mind
Rethink

Books

1. Oxford Guide to Low Intensity CBT Interventions
2. Myles & Rushforth(2007) The Complete Guide to Primary Care Mental Health
3. Introduction to Cognitive Behaviour Therapy: Skills and Applications
4.Overcoming Depression
5. An Introduction to Coping with Depression
6. Behavioural Activation (CBT Distinctive features)
7. Overcoming Anxiety
8. An Introduction to Coping with Anxiety

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