Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Workshops by Christine Padesky

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Strengths-Based CBT: Show Me! (Canada 2014)

October 28, 2014 October 29, 2014 PDT

OTTAWA, CANADA – 2 day workshop.


photo of christine padeskyThis new “Show Me!” workshop series takes you inside a master clinician’s mind during clinical demonstrations, with plenty of time after to debrief, discuss, and try it for yourself. How often do you watch a master clinician at work and wonder, “How did she know to ask that?” “Why did she do that?” Past workshop participants frequently comment that some of the best learning in Christine Padesky’s workshops comes from her clinical demonstrations. Listening to this feedback, Dr. Padesky decided to structure a new workshop series around clinical demonstrations. In this first workshop of her new “Show Me!” series, she reveals what is going through her mind during demonstrations of Strengths-Based Cognitive Behavior Therapy (SB-CBT).


Over the past decades, Padesky and Mooney have introduced a number of clinical innovations into Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) including use of constructive language, four stages of Socratic dialogue, therapeutic use of smiling, positive imagery, and methods to construct new beliefs and behavioral patterns. These contributions are now integrated into a unified model they call Strengths-Based CBT which has three areas of application: (1) integrate S-B CBT with classic CBT, (2) help clients become more resilient using a four-step model, and (3) create a New Paradigm for clients with chronic problems.


October 28, 2014
October 29, 2014
CAD 309 – CAD 429
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