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Anxiety Disorders (USA 2012)
December 7, 2012 @ 3:15 pm
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA Dialogue with Christine Padesky, PhD and Reid Wilson
CHRISTINE PADESKY, PHD, Co-founder of the Center for Cognitive Therapy in Huntington Beach, California, is a Distinguished Founding Fellow of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy and former President of the International Association for Cognitive Psychotherapy. British CBT therapists voted her the “Most Influential International CBT Therapist,” the California Psychological Association awarded her its “Distinguished Contribution to Psychology,” and the Academy of Cognitive Therapy bestowed its 2007 Aaron T. Beck Award on her for enduring contributions to the field.
Padesky is a leading cognitive therapy innovator and develops audio CD & DVD therapist training materials store.padesky.com). Her recent and fifth book, Collaborative Case Conceptualization and her bestselling self-help book Mind Over Mood (www.mindovermood.com) was voted by BABCP as the most influential cognitive therapy book of all time.
REID WILSON, PHD, is author of the classic self-help book, Don’t Panic, coauthor with Dr. Edna Foa, of Stop Obsessing!, and co-author of “Achieving Comfortable Flight,” a self-help kit for the fearful flier. He designed and served as lead psychologist for American Airlines’ first national program for the fearful flier. Wilson served on the Board of Directors of the Anxiety Disorders Association of America for 12 years, and as Program Chair of the National Conferences on Anxiety Disorders from 1988-1991. He is Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine. His free self-help website (www.anxieties.com) serves 385,000 visitors (16 million hits) every year.