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The Resource Overcoming chronic fatigue in young people : a cognitive-behavioural self-help guide, Katharine Rimes and Trudie Chalder

Overcoming chronic fatigue in young people : a cognitive-behavioural self-help guide, Katharine Rimes and Trudie Chalder

Label
Overcoming chronic fatigue in young people : a cognitive-behavioural self-help guide
Title
Overcoming chronic fatigue in young people
Title remainder
a cognitive-behavioural self-help guide
Statement of responsibility
Katharine Rimes and Trudie Chalder
Creator
Contributor
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
N$T
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Rimes, Katharine
Dewey number
616/.0478
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
RB150.F37
LC item number
.R56 2015
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Chalder, Trudie
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  • Fatigue Syndrome, Chronic
  • Adolescent
  • Self Care
  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Label
Overcoming chronic fatigue in young people : a cognitive-behavioural self-help guide, Katharine Rimes and Trudie Chalder
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Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Developing a regular activity programme What to include in your activity programme; Breaking down targets into steps; Planning rest times; Starting your activity programme; Gradually increasing your activity levels ; Rules for adding activities to your routine ; How to decrease your rests ; Those who are severely affected ; Those who are less affected by CFS/ME ; Keeping track of your progress ; Difficulties you may encounter ; 4 Dealing with unhelpful thoughts and attitudes ; High standards: When and how to adjust ; Where do high standards come from? ; Pros and cons of high standards
  • How to use the Prioritising Chart All-or-nothing thinking ; 'There's no point trying': Getting stuck ; What keeps us stuck? ; Getting unstuck ; Feeling better about yourself ; Getting back into the habit of enjoying yourself ; It's not about positive thinking ; How to complete the chart ; Dealing with unhelpful thoughts: Summary ; How avoidance makes molehills into mountains ; 5 Dealing with stress and anxiety ; The stress response ; The effects of stress and anxiety on the body ; How stress and anxiety can cause physical symptoms ; The vicious circle of anxiety
  • Common worries of people with CFS/ME Testing out anxious predictions ; Problem-solving ; 6 Dealing with other people ; Loss of confidence in social situations ; Bullying ; Assertiveness ; 7 Back to school ; Dealing with school ; Frequently asked (school) questions ; Negotiating with the school ; Schoolwork and exams ; 8 Severely affected young people with CFS/ME; Activity levels; Sleep; 9 The future; Making further gains; Setbacks are normal; How to tackle setbacks; Learning from the experience of CFS/ME; Keeping up improvements; Final note; 10 Information for parents and other caregivers
  • Praise and encouragementHow much you should encourage; Your child is not doing what they agreed; Your child wants to do more than has been agreed; You think you may be doing too much for your child; Dealing with your own worries about your child's symptoms; Your child has very high standards; Use of reward systems; Setting boundaries; Your child lacks confidence in social situations; Effects of CFS/ME on parents; Parents of severely affected young people with CFS/ME; Psychological problems; Summary for parents; 11 Other problems; When you need to seek help; Further resources
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ocn913375392
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unknown
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unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781317605386
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unknown
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2082913
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not applicable
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Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)913375392
Label
Overcoming chronic fatigue in young people : a cognitive-behavioural self-help guide, Katharine Rimes and Trudie Chalder
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Developing a regular activity programme What to include in your activity programme; Breaking down targets into steps; Planning rest times; Starting your activity programme; Gradually increasing your activity levels ; Rules for adding activities to your routine ; How to decrease your rests ; Those who are severely affected ; Those who are less affected by CFS/ME ; Keeping track of your progress ; Difficulties you may encounter ; 4 Dealing with unhelpful thoughts and attitudes ; High standards: When and how to adjust ; Where do high standards come from? ; Pros and cons of high standards
  • How to use the Prioritising Chart All-or-nothing thinking ; 'There's no point trying': Getting stuck ; What keeps us stuck? ; Getting unstuck ; Feeling better about yourself ; Getting back into the habit of enjoying yourself ; It's not about positive thinking ; How to complete the chart ; Dealing with unhelpful thoughts: Summary ; How avoidance makes molehills into mountains ; 5 Dealing with stress and anxiety ; The stress response ; The effects of stress and anxiety on the body ; How stress and anxiety can cause physical symptoms ; The vicious circle of anxiety
  • Common worries of people with CFS/ME Testing out anxious predictions ; Problem-solving ; 6 Dealing with other people ; Loss of confidence in social situations ; Bullying ; Assertiveness ; 7 Back to school ; Dealing with school ; Frequently asked (school) questions ; Negotiating with the school ; Schoolwork and exams ; 8 Severely affected young people with CFS/ME; Activity levels; Sleep; 9 The future; Making further gains; Setbacks are normal; How to tackle setbacks; Learning from the experience of CFS/ME; Keeping up improvements; Final note; 10 Information for parents and other caregivers
  • Praise and encouragementHow much you should encourage; Your child is not doing what they agreed; Your child wants to do more than has been agreed; You think you may be doing too much for your child; Dealing with your own worries about your child's symptoms; Your child has very high standards; Use of reward systems; Setting boundaries; Your child lacks confidence in social situations; Effects of CFS/ME on parents; Parents of severely affected young people with CFS/ME; Psychological problems; Summary for parents; 11 Other problems; When you need to seek help; Further resources
Control code
ocn913375392
Dimensions
unknown
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781317605386
Level of compression
unknown
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
2082913
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)913375392

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