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Anxiety Traps! CBT Antidotes (Turkey 2013)
April 27, 2013 - April 28, 2013$ 310 – $ 450
One of the features past participants of this workshop found most helpful was Dr. Padesky’s new framework of “danger disorders” and “coping disorders” which simplifies decision making about which interventions to choose even when the client experiences more than one type of anxiety disorder.
Ideal for intermediate level CBT therapists who already have experience working with anxiety disorder protocols. More expert CBT therapists who attended reported the workshop includes useful new ideas (danger/coping disorder framework) and methods (assertive defense of the self for social anxiety) that make this workshop suitable even for experienced CBT therapists. Novice CBT therapists are also welcome to attend. Learning treatment methods, principles, and Padesky’s organizing framework will speed mastery of anxiety therapies.
Simultaneous translation between English and Turkish will be available.
- major cities to towns (from Edirne to Kars)
- government, private, academic, not-for-profit organizations, and private practice
- psychology, psychiatry, nursing, and education
- international attendees from Australia, Indonesia, Egypt, and Greece
- Write out the anxiety equation
- Recognize common treatment principles for danger and coping disorders
- Practice induction methods used in treatment of panic
- Teach clients to address “what if?” GAD worries with action plans
- Give a rationale for “assertive defense of the self” with social anxiety
- Observe approaches that address post-traumatic memory gap