Case conceptualization / Case formulation
Case formulation is the core component of CBT. It can help therapists and clients to understand the origin, current status, and maintenance of problem. Formulations can range from cross-sectional (here and now) to longitudinal (understanding origins), and from models for specific disorders to idiosyncratic for a particular client's situation.
"[Formulation is] The lynch pin that holds theory and practice together" (Butler, 1998)
cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) worksheets for case conceptualisation / formulation
- Collaborative Case Conceptualization Manual and Rating Scale (CCCRS) Download from Padesky.com
- CCCRS Score Sheet and Feedback Form Download from Padesky.com
- Working with Schemas, Core Beliefs, and Assumptions Download from uk.sagepub.com
- Kuyken, W., Padesky, C. A., Dudley, R. (2008). The science and practice of case conceptualization. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 36, 757-768 Download from comhem.se