IAPT workbooks and resources

In recognition of our psychological treatment expertise, CEDAR is now the sole commissioned provider of IAPT training in the South West.  We have worked in collaboration with key professionals in the field to create the PWP workbooks and manuals used for IAPT training across the UK.  Additionally, we have developed workbooks for Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners to utilise whilst working with patients.

Select a workbook from the list below to read through them:

You can download a copy of our workbooks here:

Problem Solving in Low Intensity CBT
Paul Farrand & Hayley Foord
Problem Solving - photocopy friendly

Goal Setting in Low Intensity CBT
Paul Farrand & Joanne Woodford
Goal Setting - photocopy friendly

Dealing with Worry in Low Intensity CBT
Marie Chellingsworth & Paul Farrand
Dealing with Worry - photocopy friendly

 

Relapse Prevention Toolkit
Marie Chellingsworth, Paul Farrand
& Faye Small
Relapse Prevention - photocopy friendly

Exposure Therapy for Specific Phobia
Marie Chellingsworth, Paul Farrand &
Gemma Wilson 

Behavioural Experiments in Low Intensity CBT
Marie Chellingsworth & Paul Farrand
Behavioural Experiments - photocopy friendly

Exposure Therapy in Low Intensity CBT
Marie Chellingsworth & Paul Farrand

 

Other useful IAPT publications

Reach Out. National programme student materials to support the delivery of training for Psychological Wellbeing Practitioners delivering Low Intensity interventions, 3rd edition
David Richards & Mark Whyte

 

*Copyright Rethink Mental Illness 2012 www.rethink.org, Registered Charity Number 271028.

A recovery programme for depression.
Katrina Lovell & David Richards

 

*Copyright Rethink Mental Illness 2012 www.rethink.org, Registered Charity Number 271028.

Oxford Guide to Low Intensity CBT Interventions
James Bennett-Levy (Editor), David Richards (Editor), Paul Farrand (Editor), Helen Christensen (Editor), Kathy Griffiths (Editor), David Kavanagh (Editor), Britt Klein (Editor), Mark A. Lau (Editor), Judy Proudfoot (Editor), Lee Ritterband (Editor), Jim White (Editor), Chris Williams (Editor)

 

*Oxford University Press (2010).  Available from most book shops