By Betsy D. Kennard PsyD, Jennifer L. Hughes PhD, Aleksandra A. Foxwell PhD
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In RP-CBT the patient and therapist collaboratively build a timeline that will guide the intervention. 1, My Timeline∗). This helps the therapist individualize, plan, organize, and integrate the treatment. Typically, the timeline is done at the beginning of treatment and is modified as new skills are acquired. At the beginning of treatment, the therapist uses the timeline to help identify residual symptoms as well as the youth’s strengths. Throughout the treatment, the therapist and patient continue adding new skills, building strengths, identifying triggers, recognizing stressors, and devising new ways to think about the self and the world.
It has been used primarily with adults in primary care settings; however, an adolescent version is available (PHQ-A; Johnson, Spitzer, Kroenke, & Williams, 2005). Examples of Symptom‑Focused and Functioning Measures Symptom-specific measures can also be a useful tool in treatment, specifically when addressing residual symptoms. We list several assessment tools that we have used in our clinical trials or outpatient clinics; however, the therapist should choose measures based on the patient’s needs.
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CBT for Depression in Children and Adolescents: A Guide to Relapse Prevention by Betsy D. Kennard PsyD, Jennifer L. Hughes PhD, Aleksandra A. Foxwell PhD