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Target Mood-Specific Skills Using Mind Over Mood 2 (UK)
June 14, 2016 @ 9:30 am – 5:00 pm BST
BELFAST, NORTHERN IRELAND – 1 day Pre-Conference Workshop at the 44th Annual BABCP Conference
Workshop Information available online from: http://www.babcpconference.com/programme/workshops_2016.htm
TO REGISTER visit: http://www.babcpconference.com/registration/registration_2016.htm
There is an advantage to supplementing therapy with a workbook like Mind Over Mood, 2nd Edition.
Evidence-based practice requires therapists to teach mood-specific skills and follow different treatment guidelines depending upon the mood targeted. Clients experience high rates of comorbidity and so there is an advantage to supplementing therapy with a workbook like Mind Over Mood, 2nd Edition, 2016 (MOM2) which addresses a variety of moods and teaches both general and mood-specific skills. This workshop shows therapists how to maintain fidelity to treatment protocols by assigning MOM2 chapters in different orders depending upon the moods addressed (depression, anxiety, anger, guilt & shame). Participants learn evidence-based guidelines for client skills practice, when certain interventions can be counter-therapeutic, and a 3-step plan for relapse management.
In addition, Padesky demonstrates how to navigate common obstacles that arise during use of: behavioral activation and thought records (depression); fear ladders, exposure, identification of safety behaviors, and behavioral experiments (anxiety); assertive communication and forgiveness (anger); seriousness ratings, responsibility pies, reparations and self-forgiveness (guilt and shame). Guidelines are presented for how and when to add methods drawn from acceptance therapies, mindfulness and positive psychology to these classic CBT approaches.
Maintain fidelity to treatment protocols by assigning MOM2 chapters in different orders depending upon the moods addressed.
Note: MOM2 is significantly different from the first edition of this book in both structure and content and includes new and wholly revised chapters as well as 25 new worksheets. Since this workshop primarily emphasizes this new material, it is helpful both for therapists who have extensive experience with the first edition and those who don’t. Therapists who own MOM2 are encouraged to bring it to the workshop.
Attendees learn to:
- Identify skills empirically linked to improvement in depression and anxiety
- Link chapter reading order in MOM2 to treatment protocols
- Follow evidence-based guidelines for gratitude diaries, mindfulness practice, and other treatment methods
- Consider when a focus on forgiveness is therapeutic and when it is not
- Assist clients in following a 3-step plan for relapse management
Guidelines are presented for how and when to add methods drawn from acceptance therapies, mindfulness and positive psychology to these classic CBT approaches.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This workshop is suited for therapists of all knowledge levels: novice, intermediate and expert. Therapists with similar levels of experience are paired for role plays to maximize the learning value of these exercises.
British Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapies (BABCP)
Christine A. Padesky, PhD
June 14, 2016
9:30 am – 5:00 pm
2 Lanyon Pl
Belfast BT1 3WH
Early Bird Rate before May 1
BABCP Member 130 GBP
Non Member 160 GBP
Reduced Rate Member 105 GBP
Regular Rate after May 1
BABCP Member 155 GBP
Non Member 185 GBP
Reduced Rate Member 130 GBP
Admission to your one-day pre-conference workshop on Tuesday 14th June
Coffee breaks & Lunch
Badge & Workshop handouts
A certificate of attendance
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