Led by Francine Broder, PsyD this experiential workshop covers the essentials of cognitive behavior therapy for mental health professionals who have clients with depression. Participants will learn evidence-based, cognitive behavioral methods for individualized conceptualization, establish the therapeutic relationship, instill hope, and use effective cognitive and behavioral strategies.
2 Days, Sat – Sun: 8:15am – 4:00pm
- Introduction and overview of CBT
- The cognitive model of depression
- Conceptualizing individual clients
- Planning treatment
- Engaging the patient and developing the therapeutic alliance
- Setting goals
- Experiential exercises
- Structuring sessions
- Identifying and responding to automatic thoughts and beliefs
- Behavioral activation
- Action Plan
Continuing education credits are not offered at the Graduate Student workshop. If you are a professional interested in earning CE credits through a Beck Institute workshop, please explore our standard CBT for Depression workshop.
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