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Compassion-Focused Therapy (CFT) is a cognitive behavioral therapy that emphasisies the value of enabling the person in therapy to developed compassion for themselves and others. This is seen as an important step in dealing with guilt, humiliation, shame etc.
- Gilbert, P (2010). Compassion-Focused Therapy. London:Routledge