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Collaborative Case Conceptualization Rating Scale (CCCRS) & Research Findings

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The Collaborative Case Conceptualization rating scale (CCCRS) and manual operationalize the model of case conceptualization developed by Kuyken, Padesky and Dudley (2009) in their book Collaborative Case Conceptualization: Working Effectively with Clients in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. The rating scale and manual are copyrighted items that are available for personal use by supervisors, researchers, instructors, and therapists.

PDF file Rating Scale & Coding Manual (CCCRS)
PDF file  Score Sheet & Feedback Form (CCCRS)


Preliminary research results indicate that the CCC-RS is a reliable measure with adequate face, content and convergent validity.

Read the Research paper (pdf format): Assessing Competence in Collaborative Case Conceptualization: Development and Preliminary Psychometric Properties of the Collaborative Case Conceptualization Rating Scale (CCC-RS) by Kuyken, Beshai, Dudley, Abel, Görg, Gower, McManus, & Padesky


The Supervision / Consultation Worksheet was designed and developed by Christine A. Padesky, PhD in 1995. It is to be used by clinicians seeking CBT consultation / supervision.

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INTENT to help the clinician identify what they know and what might be contributing to feeling stuck. This form requires them to prepare for their session ahead of time and focus more clearly on the critical issues.

PROCESS the clinician is asked to formulate a “Supervision Question” and then proceed through the form providing information directly relevant to the question at hand. This form is then presented during the consultation or supervision session.

PDF file Supervision Worksheet

BLOG Please check out Padesky’s blog article on why she developed the worksheet and tips on how to use it: Better Supervision