Addressing Roadblocks & Repairing Ruptures in CBT
Mental health practitioners with 2 years+ CBT experience
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Pre-requisites for attendance at the workshop are:
- Satisfying qualification requirements that the practitioner already has intermediate to advanced CBT skills e.g. has been a CBT practitioner for at least 2 years, and has good knowledge and use of CBT formulation and CBT skills. You should be able to use these with a partner without coaching (e.g. identification of negative automatic thoughts, establishing behavioural experiments).
- At least two years experience as a qualified mental health professional.
- Willingness to do self-experiential CBT work.
Drawing on the CBT literature surrounding the process of therapy, this workshop will focus on developing and fine tuning skills in:
- recognising and bringing up issues of resistance at an early stage.
- using a CBT framework to formulate, with the client, personal barriers to progress.
- drawing on this formulation to assist with adopting an empathic and validating approach to the client’s resistance to change.
- understanding our own reactions to the client and bringing them into the formulation.
- specific techniques for bringing up and dealing with common roadblocks in CBT.
The workshop will be held at:
Southern Cross University
Byron Community and Cultural Centre
Level 1, 69 Jonson Street
Byron Bay NSW 2481
Full price - $580
Early bird - $520
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A/Prof James Bennett-Levy
University Centre for Rural Health (North Coast)
University of Sydney
PO Box 3074
Lismore NSW 2480
T: 02 6620 7570