Full Course Description


Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Intensive Training Course

Program Information

Outline

Master the Core Skills and Competencies of CBT

Foundations in CBT

Treatment Concepts

Offshoot Models

The Therapeutic Relationship

Cognitive Conceptualization

Key Components of CBT Practice

Application to Clinical Practice

CBT for Mood Disorders, Anger, Anxiety, PTSD & Substance Abuse

CBT for Mood Disorders

CBT for Anger

CBT for Anxiety

CBT for OCD

CBT for PTSD

CBT for Substance Abuse

Application to Clinical Practice

Difficult Cases, Cluster B & C Personality Disorders

Overview of CBT for Challenging Cases

Treatment Model

CBT for Cluster B Personality Disorders

CBT for Cluster C Personality Disorders

Advanced Strategies for Cluster B Personality Disorders

CBT for Suicidal Clients

Please Note: PESI is not affiliated or associated with Marsha M. Linehan, PhD, ABPP, or her organizations.

 

Objectives

  1. Apply evidence-based CBT techniques to multiple symptom sets.
  2. Choose methods for conducting CBT psychoeducation to elicit “buy in” from most difficult clients.
  3. Point out, challenge and modify dysfunctional self-talk, thoughts and core beliefs.
  4. Develop case conceptualization skills for treating any DSM-5® condition.
  5. Formulate the key components of CBT practice.
  6. Implement rapport-building tips and tools to improve client relationships.
  7. Evaluate key behavioral activation strategies useful for alleviating treatment resistant depression.
  8. Develop strategies for treating depressive relapses.
  9. Implement cognitive behavioral methods to overcome intrusive, obsessive compulsive thoughts.
  10. Integrate key strategies for impulse control used to treat substance use-disorders.
  11. Provide exposure and cognitive processing interventions used to treat PTSD and trauma.
  12. Utilize cognitive reprocessing for clients with PTSD.
  13. Measure symptom management strategies for personality disorders.
  14. Apply DBT skills training for borderline personality disorder.
  15. Articulate the role of early maladaptive schemas in maintaining chronic conditions.
  16. Utilize schema-based strategies for breaking lifelong destructive behavioral cycles.
  17. Determine eight motivations for parasuicidal behaviors and how to effectively intervene for each motivation.
  18. Establish how family dynamics are affected by an individual with borderline personality disorder and discover how to improve family communication.
  19. Compile suicide assessment skills and learn how to document to minimize liability.

Copyright : 11/29/2017