. Identify and critically discuss social and psychological theories which underpin behaviour
2. critically discuss the need for sustainable therapeutic relationships in relation to client need
3. effectively and efficiently communicate health promotion practices and strategies to a variety of audiences
4. select, critically apply and justify evidence based behaviour change techniques that help and support clients to take action about their lifestyle behaviour choices apply the communication skills involved in promoting health
5. identify, through critical reflection, personal learning needs for ongoing and future professional development
+Exploration of relevant psychological theories which impact on behaviour (WORTH 30% OF ESSAY)
+Application of behaviour change techniques to the practice setting (WORTH 30% OF ESSAY) for example Motivational interviewing)
+Reflection on the use of behaviour change techniques (WORTH 30% OF ESSAY)
+Use of correctly formatted references and a coherent, appropriate academic Harvard writing style (WORTH 10% OF ESSAY)
THERE SHOULD BE AT LEAST 20 REFERENCES AND THE ESSAY SHOULD BE 2000 WORDS BUT CAN BE UP TO 2200 WORDS AND HARVARD REFERENCING NEEDS TO BE USED.LEARNING RESOURCES (INCLUDING READING LISTS) use at least 5 of the references SEE BELOW within the assignment.
ALSO USE NICE, THE HEALTHY CHILD PROGRAMME, MILLER AND ROLLNICK AND CARL ROGERS
FAIRBURN C (2004) Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of Obesity: Clinicians Guide Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of Obesity New York, Guilford Press
GURNEY-SMITH B (2004) Getting Through Anxiety with CBT: A Young Persons Guide Witney Oxon, Blue Stallion Publications
HAGAN R, TURKINGTON D, BERGE T and GRAWE R (Editors) (2010) CBT for Psychosis: A Symptom-based Approach Routledge
JAMES I.A. (2010) Cognitive Behavioural Therapy with Older People: Interventions for Those with and without Dementia London, Jessica Kingsley
MALKINSON R (2007) Cognitive Grief Therapy: Constructing a Rational Meaning to Life Following Loss W.W.Norton
MACDONALD A. (2007) Solution focused therapy Theory, Research and Practice London, Sage
MCALLISTER M. (2007) Solution focused nursing Rethinking practice Basingstoke, Palgrave MacMillan
MILLER W. and ROLLNICK S. (2002) 2nd ed. Motivational Interviewing New York, Guilford Press
OCONNELL B. (2005) 2nd ed. Solution focused therapy London, Sage
POWELL T. (2009) 3rd edition The Mental Health Handbook Milton Keynes, Speechmark Publishing Ltd
REINECKE M, FREEMAN A and DATTILIO F (editors) (2006) Cognitive Therapy with Children and Adolescents: A Casebook for Clinical Practice New York, Guilford Press
ROLLNICK S. MILLER W. and Butler C. (2008) Motivational Interviewing in Health Care New York, Guilford Press
SELEKMAN M. (1997) Solution-focused therapy with children New York, Guilford Press
SIMMONS J and GRIFFITHS R (2009) CBT for Beginners London, Sage Publications Ltd.
STALLARD P (2003) Think Good-Feel Good: A CBT Workbook for Children and Young People Chichester, Wiley
NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR CLINICAL EXCELLENCE (2008). Smoking Cessation Services (PH10). [online]. Last accessed 15th June 2013 at uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/167998/Health_Child_Programme.pdf
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