1. Case Study Marking Criteria

    The criteria for BABCP CBT Practitioner Accreditation are set out in our Minimum Training Standards (MTS 2021) -. at least four of the eight training cases must be presented and formally assessed as case studies, a further three must have received close supervision. written case studies should be between 2000-4000 words (or 3-5000 if extended).

  2. PDF Babcp Cbt Accreditation Pathway Handbook 2021

    4.2 BABCP Pathway Case Reports 18 4.2.1 Report of Clinical Activity (RCA1) 19 4.2.2 Reflective Practice Assignment (RPA; RCA2) 19 4.2.3 Additional case reports 19 4.3 Clinical Seminars 20 4.4 Essay 21 5. PASSING & FAILING THE CBT PATHWAY 21 5.1 Failing the Additional BABCP Pathway Case Reports 22

  3. PDF BABCP Level 1 Accreditation Pathway Trainee Handbook

    On completion of the Level 1 BABCP pathway, you will have met all the teaching requirements of the BABCP for accreditation, and have completed one case in terms of practical application of this teaching. The overall learning objectives are: • To attain a good understanding of the theory and evidence base underpinning Cognitive

  4. PDF BABCP Level 2 Accreditation Pathway Trainee Handbook

    4. Overview of BABCP accreditation pathway components A level 2 accredited BABCP training equips trainees with the knowledge and skills to be able to work with clients using CBT in health service settings. The pathway is delivered over all three years of the Clinical Psychology training.

  5. Writing a CBT case study: A guide for therapists who want to defend

    The paper then provides a more concrete idea of the pragmatic case study by summarizing guidelines for writing such a case study for the online journal, Pragmatic Case Studies in Psychotherapy ...

  6. PDF Case Study Criteria

    Case Study Criteria Distinction 80% or over OUTSTANDING Exceptional understanding of theory and practice links. Superior clinical judgment and reflective practice. Makes individual contribution. 70-79% EXCELLENT Sophisticated understanding of theory and practice links. Highly developed clinical judgment and reflective practice.

  7. BABCP Accreditation

    This includes the marking of case studies against OCTC/University of Oxford case study guidelines which are used to assess students undertaking the OCTC Postgraduate Diploma in CBT which is accredited at level 1 with the BABCP. Where applicants are seeking accreditation as CBT Supervisor and/or trainer OCTC can assist with meeting the BABCP ...

  8. BABCP

    If you completed a Level 1 BABCP Accredited course or a non-accredited post-graduate CBT training course, please use this application - ... Case studies - if you need to complete further case studies after your training, please consult our Case Study Guideline s. These include guidance on how to find a suitable assessor and an optional ...

  9. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy and the BABCP: 50 years and

    All BABCP members have full online access to the journal through their BABCP membership. However, there is a long tradition of providing printed copies of the journal to all members, in addition to the online access everyone enjoys. ... Your email address will be used in order to notify you when your comment has been reviewed by the moderator ...

  10. PDF Babcp Cbt Accreditation Pathway Handbook 2023

    4.2 BABCP Pathway Case Reports 19 4.2.1 Report of Clinical Activity (RCA1) 20 4.2.2 Reflective Practice Assignment (RPA; RCA2) 20 4.2.3 Additional case reports 20 Failing the Additional BABCP Pathway Case Reports 21 ... ending a period of study, after which the cost for full membership increases.

  11. Reaccreditation Guidelines

    You must continue to meet the required standards of CBT practice, CBT supervision, and CBT Continuing Professional Development as outlined in the respective Reaccreditation guidelines. You must be in current clinical CBT practice in the UK, its territories or Ireland. You can also reaccredit if you are out of current practice for one year or less.

  12. IAPT CBT treatment for PTSD following COVID-19-related intensive care

    The July BABCP Article of the Month is from the Cognitive Behaviour Therapist and is entitled "IAPT CBT treatment for PTSD following COVID-19-related intensive care admission - a case study" by Lilian Skilbeck and Suzanne Byrne.. Over a year ago, our IAPT service started seeing the first COVID-19-ICU-PTSD clients. There were no unitary guidelines on working with these clients or whether ...

  13. PDF Assessment and Case Formulation Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

    6 Assessment and Case Formulation in CBT implementing National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) guidelines for people suffering from depression and anxiety disorders. The ability of this workforce to deliver on the targets specified requires skill in the implementation of empirically-supported interventions which in turn

  14. Clinical supervision in CBT training: what do participants view as

    The mean total duration of clinical experience of supervisors was 18.25 years (including relevant clinical work prior to CBT training). The mean time as qualified CB therapists was 9.5 years. All supervisors were BABCP-accredited practitioners. Only one was a BABCP-accredited supervisor at the time, but all had undergone CBT supervision training.

  15. Minimum Training Standards

    Minimum Training Standards Summary. This summary information is intended as a helpful overview of the MTS, and should not be used as a substitute for the full Minimum Training Standards. Section 1: Summarises the aims of the MTS. Section 2: Overview of accreditation requirements. To become accredited as a Cognitive and/or Behavioural ...

  16. The CBT pathway (BABCP Accredited)

    From 2016 onwards the BABCP has accredited a CBT training 'pathway' through the programme; those trainees who follow it will be eligible for accreditation with the BABCP when they qualify. There are some specific requirements associated with the pathway that restrict the number of trainees who can undertaken it - in particular the need for CBT ...

  17. BAP updated guidelines: evidence-based guidelines for the

    The first British Association for Psychopharmacology evidence-based guidelines for 'the pharmacological management of substance misuse, addiction and comorbidity' were published in 2004 (Lingford-Hughes et al., 2004).This is a substantial revision of that original document but using the same criteria and taking into account a number of recent documents from the National Institute for ...

  18. Author instructions

    Case Studies* Dissemination of effective practice will be promoted through the publication of case studies that involve CBT with individuals, couples, groups and families. A suggested template is provided which is designed to ensure sufficient information is provided to allow other therapists to replicate successful therapy. All articles must ...

  19. KSA Guidelines

    Please follow the link below for instructions on how to submit and pay for your application for Practitioner Accreditation and KSA portfolio. Practitioner Accreditation Online Document Submission Instructions. Signatures. Please use this guidance where a signature, proof of identity or validation of a document is required.

  20. IAPT CBT treatment for PTSD following COVID-19-related intensive care

    This study aimed to apply the CT-PTSD model in the current case of ICU-PTSD as outlined by Murray et al. ( Reference Murray, Grey, Wild, Warnock-Parkes, Kerr, Clark and Ehlers 2020 ). Data have shown that some survivors of COVID-19 go on to develop PTSD (Einvik et al ., Reference Einvik, Dammen, Ghanima, Heir and Stavem 2021 ; Janiri et al ...