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     GUIDELINES AND EXAMPLES FOR COMPLETION OF LOG BOOKS

    GUIDELINES AND EXAMPLES FOR COMPLETION OF

    LOG BOOKS OF CBT CLINICAL SUPERVISION AND

    CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

    FOR USE FOR FULL ACCREDITATION AND RE-ACCREDITATION AS A BEHAVIOURAL

    AND/OR COGNITIVE PSYCHOTHERAPIST

    Your Log Books of CBT Clinical Supervision and Continuing Professional Development (CPD) must be provided as part of your Full Accreditation and Re-accreditation application, as evidence of your sustained commitment to the theory and practice of CBP

    You should record Clinical Supervision contact and CPD activity contemporaneously; spot checks and audits may be carried out

All forms to be typed, not hand-written (contact the BABCP office if this is not possible)

Use more than one sheet if necessary for each 12 month period. Ensure you provide total hours for each section and/or sheet

Log Book of CBT Clinical Supervision

    CBT Clinical Supervision is not the same a professional or managerial supervision (although these may be provided by the same person as Clinical Supervision). Additionally, it should be noted that Clinical Supervision is something more than professional consultancy

    Supervision should be provided by an appropriately qualified BABCP Accredited Practitioner or equivalent

    Types of Supervision may be individual, in a CBT Supervision Group, telephone, peer review, or by e-mail (but not telephone or e-mail alone there must be some direct personal contact on occasions)

    In the log book, give details as requested, including the date of Supervision contact, whether individual, group or peer, the name of the Supervisor or members of the group, including facilitator, the duration of the contact, details of the content of the

    Supervision, and the methods used

    Content of Supervision refers to the kind of material reviewed, including case reviews and discussions, techniques, skills, practice, theory, etc.

    Methods of Supervision refers to the way the supervision is undertaken, including case presentations, role-play, telephone or e-mail contact, and MUST include, on a regular basis, the use of in-vivo, video or audio recording assessment, preferably using

    formal skills measures, e.g. CTS-R

    See example below of 12 months of Supervision recording; this is the standard of recording that is expected

Log Book of CBT Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

    The Committee look for a balance of CPD activity, which should total a minimum of 30 hours for each 12 month period

    Include attendance at any CBT short courses, workshops, conferences, involvement with special interest groups (SIGs), CBT development activity including development of materials for, and the delivery of workshops, training and academic presentation,

    academic research, your own publications, and at least five samples of relevant CBT literature consulted

    It is not necessary to develop or provide workshops and training, to have carried out research, nor to have published. You must, however, evidence some skills development each year, and have undertaken activity for your own development and

    benefit, not just as a lecturer / trainer

    NOT considered CBT CPD are: attendance at management meetings, providing supervision, repeated delivery of training materials (you may count the initial development and delivery, and any significant re-development), or any activity which is the

    normal day to day activity for your working role/s

Give details as requested, including the title of the course or workshop, or the kind of activity undertaken, the trainer, lecturer or

    speaker, and the organising body. State the number of hours that have been undertaken for this activity, breaking out theory and skills where possible

    Provide evidence of your attendance, for example, certificates, agendas or minutes, advertising, training summaries. Provide copies, not originals. Please label the document/s for easy reference, for example write “A1” at the top of the page

    See example below of 12 months of CPD recording; this is the standard of recording that is expected V1-0909 1

    LOG BOOK OF CBT CLINICAL SUPERVISION for 12 months

Detail, session by session, your CBT Clinical Supervision and support contact for the past 12 months, providing

    requested detail for each individual session

; All forms to be typed, not hand-written (contact the BABCP office if this is not possible) ; Refer to the Guidelines and Examples for Completion of CBT Log Books for Clinical Supervision and Continuing Professional Development ; Use more than one sheet if necessary for each 12 month period ; Ensure you provide total hours for each sheet

Name: Sara Withers

    Membership Number: 999111 Date Accredited: 20 April 2004 12 Month Period: FROM May 2008 TO April 2009 (month & year)

    Name of Supervisor;

    Individual / or No. of People in Duration

    Group / Group and Name of of Contact

    Date Peer Facilitator (hours) Content Method

    Review of supervision arrangements, 12/5/08 Individual Paul Jones 1.5 planning for video assessments Discussion Discussed increasing client workload

    Client SS sudden death at 30/6/08 Individual Paul Jones 2 home ?overdose; review of risk and Discussion procedures

    Client GD case discussion, working with Case presentation, boundaries review formulation relating 28/6/08 Individual Paul Jones 1.5 role-play, to boundaries. discussion General discussion on formulations

    Full video assessed 8/9/08 Individual Paul Jones 1.5 Client GW case discussion and video CTS-R

    Paul Jones (facil), Katie Case presentations and discussions 11/9/08 Group 2 Case presentations McCann, Talia Caven GAD and social phobia (I did not present)

    Client GD case discussion, ending Case presentation 29/9/08 Individual Paul Jones 1 Client YM stuck with client’s sense of and discussion hopelessness

    Client AR, bipolar, discussed medication Discussion and overall approach and planning 30/10/08 Individual Paul Jones 1.5 Full video assessed Client YM video CTS-R

    Client AP, bipolar, review formulation Client PM, adolescent, OCD, discussion Case presentation 20/11/08 Individual Paul Jones 1.5 about family, boundaries and discussion Client

    Katie McCann (facil), Case presentations and discussions 12/12/08 Group Paul Jones, Talia 2 Case presentations Depression and my case client AD, BPD Caven

    23/12/08 Individual Paul Jones 0.5 Client HB, grief, discussed risk Telephone

    Client HB, grief, case presentation Case presentation General discussion about social phobia, 22/1/09 Individual Paul Jones 1.5 and discussion latest research, and self-help books

     SHEET TOTAL HOURS 16.5

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    LOG BOOK OF CBT CLINICAL SUPERVISION for 12 months

Detail, session by session, your CBT Clinical Supervision and support contact for the past 12 months, providing

    requested detail for each individual session

    ; All forms to be typed, not hand-written (contact the BABCP office if this is not possible) ; Refer to the Guidelines and Examples for Completion of CBT Log Books for Clinical Supervision and Continuing Professional Development ; Use more than one sheet if necessary for each 12 month period ; Ensure you provide total hours for each sheet

Name: Sara Withers

    Membership Number: 999111 Date Accredited: 20 April 2004 12 Month Period: FROM May 2008 TO April 2009 (month & year)

    Name of Supervisor; Individual / Duration or No. of People in Date Group / of Contact Content Method Group and Name of Peer (hours) Facilitator

    Katie McCann (facil), Case presentations and discussions, Case presentations 15/2/09 Group Paul Jones, Talia 2 PTSD and use of EMDR, and I presented and video excerpts Caven video excerpt of client HB, grief

    Full video assessed 2/3/09 Individual Paul Jones 1.5 Client YM video CTS-R

    Client DD, support in making decision to 19/3/09 Individual Katie McCann 0.5 E-mail exchange refer to specialist eating disorders clinic

    Client DD, anorexia, discussion about Case presentation referral and handover to specialist 6/4/09 Individual Paul Jones 1.5 and discussion services, family contact, difficulties with Role-play ending, personal reflections

    Paul Jones (facil), Katie Case presentations and discussions, BPD 10/4/09 Group 2 Case presentations McCann, Talia Caven and depression (I did not present)

    Client WB, GAD & depression, case presentation and discussion Case presentation Client LP, psychosis, discussed 27/4/09 Individual Paul Jones 1.5 Discussion and formulation role-play General discussion about behavioural experiments

    Client LP, psychosis, discussed risk, and 30/4/09 Individual Katie McCann 0.5 Telephone child protection issues

     SHEET TOTAL HOURS 9.5

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    LOG BOOK OF CBT CPD for 12 months

Detail your CBT Continuing Professional Development for 12 months

; All forms to be typed, not hand-written (contact the BABCP office if this is not possible) ; Refer to the Guidelines and Examples for Completion of CBT Log Books for Clinical Supervision and Continuing Professional Development ; Use more than one sheet if necessary for each 12 month period ; Ensure you provide total hours for each section and a grant total at the end

Name: Sara Withers

    Membership Number: 999111 Date Accredited: 20 April 2004 12 Month Period: FROM May 2008 TO April 2009 (month & year)

    Trainer / Lecturer / Organising No. Hrs No. Hrs Evidence Labelled Date/s Event Title & Topic Speaker Body Theory Skills Enclosed as

    EMDR Training 15-16/5/08 EMDR Part 3 Training 7 7 A1 Org

    Treating Body Dysmorphic 23/9/08 Disorder and Psychogenic Dr Stuart Williams BABCP-NEC 6.5 A2 Excoriation

    Creating Successful 11/11/08 Paula Robinson A University 3 4 A3 Behavioural Experiments

    Member of BABCP Course 21/1/09 Accreditation Panel for BABCP 8 Named University

    CBT for Psychosexual Named NHS 6/3/09 Dr Marcia Hass 2 2 A4 Disorders Trust

    Pre-conference Workshop; 15/8/09 Ken Smith BABCP 7 A5 Advances in CBT Practice

    Attendance at various symposium, keynote 16-18/7/09 BABCP Annual Conference BABCP 10 3 A6 presentations, and the BABCP AGM

    Attendance at BABCP-NEC See document A7 Various Branch Committee minutes of meetings BABCP-NEC 8 A7 Meetings showing attendance

    Attendance at CBT SIG in Trust, meeting x4 times per year for 2 hours, occasional See document A8 Named NHS Various specialist speakers, showing dates, 8 A8 Trust discussing latest attendees & agendas developments in CBT and CBT within our service

     TOTAL HOURS 52.5 23

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    st Evidence Labelled No. Hrs No. Hrs 1Date/s Event Title & Topic Organising Body Development Delivery Enclosed as

    Poster Presentation of own research (2007) “Cognitive Distortions BABCP Annual July 08 10 2.5 B1 Developed whilst Completing BABCP Conference Accreditation Applications”

    Incorporating CBT Techniques into Dec 08 Counselling Practice 6 day training Named Charity 30 42 B2 Mar 09 programme for experienced counsellors

     TOTAL HOURS 40 44.5

    Research Topic / Name No. Hours Spent Research Proposal: Help I can’t do it!: A Phenomenological Study of the Experience of Having to Complete Log Books for BABCP Re-120 hrs accreditation

    Research Project, in progress: The Role of Psycho-educational CBT Delivered in Groups in a Primary Care Setting 180 hrs

    TOTAL HOURS 300

    GRAND TOTAL CPD HOURS 460

    Date Title and Authors Publication / Publisher

    Journal of Cognitive Behavioural 2008 Withers, S. & Hartley, J.R. (2008). CBT for Stressed Fly Fishermen. Approaches to Helping Old Sportsmen

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    Title Author Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy BABCP Affect, Cognition and Change JD Teasdale & PJ Barnard Body Shame: Conceptualisation, Research & Treatment P Gilbert & J MIles The Benefits of Exercise for the Clinically Depressed LL Craft & FM Perna Advances in a Cognitive Behavioural Model of Body Dysmorphic Disorder D Veale EMDR in the Treatment of Adults Abused as Children L Parnell Chapter 2 “Assessment”, in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Chronic Medical AR White Problems

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