Therapists’ Construction and Application of the Reformulation Diagram in Clinical Practice

Comparatively little research has been conducted to understand therapists’ construction and application of the Reformulation Diagram in clinical practice. Permission was obtained from Staffordshire University Peer Review and NHS Ethics Committee to conduct a research study. Seven CAT therapists were interviewed during 2010 in a Grounded Theory study. Results will be publicised when available.

Do contact Jurai Darongkamas, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, at jurai.d@nhs.net for more information.
March 2011 | Jurai Darongkamas

November 2014 Update:
Research completed and now looking for a co-writer to help complete and submit this paper.  Please contact Jurai - email as above.

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