Discussion Podcast: Physical Therapist-Delivered Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

Jull, Gwendolen, Nielsen, Mandy, Main, Chris and George, Steven (2014) Discussion Podcast: Physical Therapist-Delivered Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. :American Physical Therapy Association.

Creator Jull, Gwendolen
Nielsen, Mandy
Main, Chris
George, Steven
Title Discussion Podcast: Physical Therapist-Delivered Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
Place of Publication Alexandria, VA, United States
Publisher American Physical Therapy Association
Publication date 2014-02
ISSN 0031-9023
Type Podcast
Original Format mp3
Duration 27:28
Abstract/Summary As our understanding of the psychological aspects of pain has increased, physical therapist practice has moved from a model based largely on physiology, biomechanics, and anatomy toward a model that includes the patient's beliefs and emotions. In an article published recently in PTJ, Gwendolen Jull, Mandy Nielsen, and colleagues conducted a qualitative study on the delivery of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT)—specifically pain coping skills training—by physical therapists from the clinician perspective. In this PTJ podcast, moderator Steven George and content expert Chris Main join Jull and Nielsen to discuss the key findings of the study, which Main calls a "hugely impressive paper." The group also delves into the role that physical therapists can play in delivering CBT, the training and education that physical therapists need to provide CBT, and the limits to psychologically based treatments that physical therapists can provide.
Institutional Status UQ
Additional Notes Available online: http://ptjournal.apta.org/content/94/2/197/suppl/DC1

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