Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Workshops by Christine Padesky
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Action-Packed CBT: More Walk Less Talk (Vancouver 2017)
November 8, 2017 – November 9, 2017 PST
2017 VANCOUVER, CANADA – two day / 12 hour workshop
In this action-packed workshop, Christine A. Padesky PhD demonstrates a variety of action methods that can enhance CBT and other forms of psychotherapy. Like her other “Show Me” workshops, she structures her teaching around clinical demonstrations rather than lectures. For each segment of the workshop, she demonstrates particular methods so participating therapists can see exactly how Padesky conducts “action-packed” CBT. The Structured exercises that follow help therapists learn through experience how to implement action-oriented approaches. Thus, “More walk and less talk.” Even so, there is ample time for questions, answers, and discussion to promote a more complete understanding of how to apply these approaches with diverse clients in a variety of settings.
For complete Workshop & On-line Registration Information visit https://ww.cognitiveworkshops.com/action-packed_cbt
A new “Show Me” workshop presented this fall by Christine Padesky
- DESCRIBE two benefits of action-packed therapy
- RECOGNIZE action opportunities within clinical interchanges
- PLAN three actions appropriate to use with current clients
- NAME two action methods that foster client engagement
- DEMONSTRATE one action approach that is likely to enhance learning
- IDENTIFY two action methods that help promote change
- DEVISE in and out of office behavioral experiments
- EXPERIENCE uses of writing for increasing client engagement
- LINK imagery with in vivo change efforts
Our focus is on practical, clinical tools for therapists, using a hands-on format involving numerous role-plays and exercises, accompanied by extensive handouts.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This workshop is intended for mental health professionals, and students receiving clinical training in the mental health professions. It is not open to the general public.
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ARCHIVAL NOTE: After 24 years of sponsoring workshops, Cognitive Workshops retired their business in January 2019 and closed down their website CognitiveWorkshops.com. Cognitive Workshops sponsored 67 of Christine Padesky workshops from September 1995 through November 2018 in the United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States.
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Christine A. Padesky, PhD
November 8 – 9, 2017 from 9:00 am – 4:45 pm
The Norman Rothstein
Jewish Community Centre of Greater Vancouver
950 West 41st Ave
Vancouver V5Z 2N7
COST (All prices include HST/GST, refreshments, lunch and extensive handouts)
Early bird (until September 30): 415 CDN
Regular Rate (after September 30): 445 CDN
Student Rate: 325 CDN
Brian Toller, CognitiveWorkshops
613-236-9051 or 877-721-4034