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Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Mild to Moderate Depression and Anxiety provides information and support using evidence-based, low-intensity psychological treatments involving cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) for mild to moderate mental illness. Its main focus is on supporting the low-intensity worker (Psychological Well-Being Practitioner) with patient self-management. The book closely mirrors the key components of assessment, therapeutic relationship, treatment of low mood, anxiety and panic, signposting and basic psychopharmacology. Written in a step-by-step approach by experienced CBT trainers, this book offers: *a strong focus on the process of assessment *a breakdown of the important factors necessary for an effective therapeutic relationship *a clear 'how to' guide for the low intensity treatment of anxiety and depression *an emphasis on how to get the best out of supervision Designed as a core text for modules 1 and 2 of the Postgraduate Certificate for Low-intensity Therapy Workers (IAPT), this book is also suitable for all undergraduate and postgraduate courses that require the student to have a basic skill set for the treatment of low mood and anxiety/panic, i.e. psychology, counselling, CBT, nursing and social work. It is a useful practical companion to all who have an interest in or work directly with clients who experience common mental health problems. Colin Hughes is a BABCP accredited Psychotherapist, Registered Nurse and Lecturer at Queen's University, Belfast, UK. He has been involved in Nurse training, particularly postgraduate psychotherapy for a number of years and has a specialist interest in the field of personality disorders. Stephen Herron is a BABCP Accredited CBT Psychotherapist, working in the NHS and private practice. He is an Associate Lecturer on Certificate and Postgraduate Diploma CBT courses at Queen's University, Belfast, UK, and has been involved in CBT training for over 15 years. Dr Joanne Younge works as an Associate Specialist Old Age Psychiatrist and BABCP accredited CBT Psychotherapist in the NHS, and is an Associate Lecturer on the postgraduate diploma in CBT (BABCP accredited training course) at Queen's University, Belfast, UK. She has also devised and delivered a brief CBT skills training package for a Mental Health Community Team and has a special interest in supervision.