Flashcards in Intervention Plans Deck (15):
What plan would you use for panic disorder?
What plan would you use for health anxiety?
Review recent episode and conceptualise
Discuss role of behaviour in problem maintenance
Explore evidence/alternative explanation
Introduce behavioural experiments
Verbal reattribution and behavioural experiments
Continue building alternative model
Reframe evidence for misinterpretations
Continue verbal reattribution
Explore assumptions and beliefs
Modify dysfunctional beliefs
What plan would you use for social phobia?
Review recent social anxiety episode and draw out model
Elicit model and illustrate components with analogue phobic situation
Fit NATs to model
Increase/decrease safety and external attention
Begin testing specific NATs
Aim at dropping safety behaviours
Ban anticipatory processing and post-mortem
What is a helpful scale to guide focus of treatment in Social Phobia?
The Social Phobia Rating Scale
What plan would you use for GAD?
Review worry episodes and fit them to the model
Socialise to the model
Education on why need to examine negative beliefs about worry and counter-productive control attempts
Verbal and behavioural reattribution of specific negative beliefs
Postponed worry experiments
Explore nature of avoidance
Behavioural experiments to test predictions
Continue to challenge specific negative beliefs
Elicit and challenge positive beliefs
Conceptualise and work on additional problems - social fears/Type 1 Worries
What is a helpful scale to inform treatment focus in GAD?
GADS (GAD Scale)
What plan would you use for OCD?
Idiosyncratic case formulation
Socialisation to the model
Introduce worry about the intrusions as the problem as opposed to the intrusions themselves
Ban suppression/rumination - controlled worry period
Elicit and modify beliefs about rituals
In-session experiment to test thought-action fusion
Check on continued use of over/covert rituals
Advantages/disadvantages of the remaining rituals
What plan would you use for ED?
Stage 1: Intensive, gaining information, 4 week period - engaging patient, personalised formulation, psychoeducation
Stage 2: 1-3 sessions, review of progress, barriers to change, assessment of contribution of additional 4 mechanisms
Sage 3: Largest part of treatment, emphasises modifying eating psychopathology and additional processes from the reformulation
Stage 4: Progress maintenance
What plan would you use for PTSD?
Psychoeducation, especially about thought suppression
Revisiting trauma - imaginal reliving
Identifying hotspots - return to reliving
Updating trauma memories
Working with triggers for intrusions
Work on appraisals
What is the acronym for the plan for panic disorder?
Medicine Should Make Bodies Vivacious and Safe
For what does Medicine Should Make Bodies Vivacious and Safe stand?
The plan for panic disorder
What is the structure of a CBT intervention?
Thought diary to monitor and understand thoughts
Rate the beliefs of the thoughts
Come up with testable alternatives
What is a beneficial way of formulating PD?
Schema maintenance, avoidance and compensation processes
What is the four stage plan for attachment work?
Caregiver becomes able to regulate and recognise their own emotions
Caregiver becomes more attuned with the child's needs
Caregiver responds consistently and appropriately
Develop routines, especially around transitions, to decrease sense of chaos