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A downloadable template for the MANTRA vicious flower formulation.

Angela Brassett-Harknett shares some top tips for letter writing in MANTRA. 

Dr Giulia Di Clemente shares ideas for working with the MANTRA Identity module.

Dr Vicki Mountford shares ideas for working with values in the Getting Started and Identity modules of MANTRA.

Prof Ulrike Schmidt talks about the hidden parts of me exercise in the MANTRA Emotion and Social Mind module.

Prof Janet Treasure and Mary Franklin-Smith discuss ways to improve motivation and ability to change. 

Dr Karina Allen and Jess Griffiths role play how MANTRA may be introduced to a patient who is reluctant to engage in therapy. 

Zainal KA et al. (2016). Journal of Eating Disorders, 4, 2. 

Guidance on writing formulation and end of therapy letters in MANTRA. 

This scale can be used to rate therapist adherence and competence when delivering MANTRA. It highlights the key content and style components of the MANTRA model.

This scale can be used to rate the quality of formulation letters written from therapist to patient after completing the MANTRA formulation chapter. It highlights the key areas to consider when writing formulation letters.

Recommended reading on the origins, evidence base and applications of MANTRA.

This checklist is designed to help assess how ready you are to deliver MANTRA to your patients. There is also a version for considering how ready your team is to introduce MANTRA as a treatment pathway.

A downloadable, editable template for the different loops making up the MANTRA vicious flower formulation.

Treasure J & Schmidt U (2013). Journal of Eating Disorders, 1, 13.

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