Oxford Guide to Metaphors in CBT: Building Cognitive Bridges (Oxford Guides to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy)

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The business of cognitive therapy is to transform meanings. What better way to achieve this than through a metaphor? Metaphors straddle two different domains at once, providing a conceptual bridge from a problematic interpretation to a fresh new perspective that can cast one's experiences in a new light. Even the simplest metaphor can be used again and again with different clients, yet still achieve the desired effect. One such example is the 'broken leg' metaphor for depression. Clients with depression are understandably frustrated with their symptoms. They may often push themselves to get better or tell themselves that they should be better by now. As a therapist, it is fair to ask, would the client be so harsh and demanding on herself after getting a broken leg? A broken leg needs time to heal and you need to begin to walk on it gradually as it builds up in strength. "You can't run before you can walk", and if you try, you are likely to make it worse. For many clients this simple metaphor is enlightening, changing their view of their symptoms as a sign of their own laziness and worthlessness, to a view of them as part of an understandable illness, that while open to improvement, cannot get better over night.

This book is the first to show just how metaphors can be used productively in CBT as an integral part of the treatment. It describes the use of metaphors for a wide range of problems, including anxiety and depression, and provides countless examples of metaphors that have been used by others in CBT. It brings together in one place hundreds of metaphors that experienced therapists have used to great success. It will be a valuable sourcebook for all cognitive behaviour therapists, as well as those training in CBT.

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About the Author :

Richard Stott is Research Cognitive Therapy Specialist at the Institute of Psychiatry in London. Warren Mansell is Senior Lecturer in Psychology at the School of Psychological Sciences at the University of Manchester, UK. Paul Salkovskis is Professor at the Centre for Anxiety Disorders and Trauma at the Institute of Psychiatry in London. Anna Lavender is Clinical Tutor in the Division of Psychological Medicine and Psychiatry at the Institute of Psychiatry in London. Sam Cartwright-Hatton is Senior Lecturer in Clinical Psychology at the School of Psychological Sciences at the University of Manchester, UK.

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"Oxford Guide to Metaphors in CBT: Building Cognitive Bridges is a remarkable, memorable, and continually fascinating book, one that will be on my repeated reference list for years to come. Metaphors are the lens through which we see our lives and communicate the meanings for which there are no other words. This book will make you think and feel in new ways and the authors should be congratulated for this unique and valuable contribution." --Robert Leahy, Clinical Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry at Weill-Cornell University Medical College, USA


Written by world leaders in CBT this beautifully written and illuminating exploration of the use of metaphor articulates the constructive approach within CBT. Not only does it offer many rich examples of specific metaphors for specific purposes, it also highlights the way we construct meaning and how metaphors and metaphoric thinking can be used for clarification, guided discovery, insight and change...I came away from reading this book with a deeply enriched appreciation of the value of metaphors that will significantly impact on my clinical work. This is a book of wisdom and great practical value that therapists of all backgrounds can benefit enormously from. Undoubtedly destined to become a classic, and metaphorically speaking 'a bright star to guide us.'"--Paul Gilbert, Professor of Clinical Psychology, University of Oxford, UK


"This is a great contribution to the cognitive therapy literature, which will be welcomed by both students and experienced practitioners in the field. A book full of wisdom and humour, it shows how the deepest aspects of human language can reach across the apparent divide between therapist and patient towards a shared understanding that transforms lives." --Mark Williams, Professor of Clinical Psychology, University of Oxford, UK


"The Oxford Guide Metaphors in CBT is a truly exciting book, breaking much new ground in a very accessible way, and providing a fascinating theoretical background. The use of pictures is particularly engaging. This is a book I shall turn to again and again, and it is easy to imagine how the material could be shared with clients with different disorders, to enhance engagement, formulation and change." -- Ann Hackmann, University Department of Psychiatry, Oxford, and Oxford Cognitive Therapy Centre, UK


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