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An estranged relationship | The Psychologist

At the core of the apparent division between the two worlds lie professional identity struggles. IAPT now arguably extends beyond a service model. It represents a paradigm of what psychological distress is and how it needs to be treated, which is not always compatible with core values inherited in psychologists’ collective professional identity. Indeed, values such as critical thinking, innovation, integration, and idiosyncratically-driven approaches often do not fit comfortably in the realm of protocol-based diagnosis-specific CBT and fast-paced target-driven clinical delivery.

https://thepsychologist.bps.org.uk/volume-32/august-2019/estranged-relationship

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