I was a recent participant at the [workshop] in Albuquerque, New Mexico. I would like to convey to you the excitement I had in learning about CBT from [your speaker]. She did a splendid job and there was excitement in the air from people ready to learn more about cognitive therapy. I was honored to have an up-front seat and my spirit was re-lit as I re-embraced this valuable therapeutic tool. Thank you very much from New Mexico!
Emma O, LMSWLas Cruces, New Mexico
[The] presentation was certainly a hit! On behalf of the entire behavioral health team… I want to thank you for a great program. Many of our clinicians have been calling me to say what a great [workshop] this was and I’ve seen a few comments on the evaluations that also support this. I know [we’ve] spoken with you about the possibility of future presentations. I’m sure we will be in touch!
Lucia K.York, Pennsylvania
It was wonderful to have you… at our Cognitive Therapy Symposium for Psychiatric Advanced Practice Nurses. The feedback we received from participants was overwhelmingly positive. [We] are confident that the attendees will go back to their facilities with a new set of valuable skills to use in treating patients with severe and persistent mental illness. We accomplished our goal!
Karen P., RN, APNCTrenton, New Jersey
[After the workshop], I used the techniques with a typical client that I see. Cognitive therapy helped me organize the session and find immediate relief for this woman. She left my office with a coping card and much more hope for recovery than she came in with. She even hugged me on her way out the door – which has NEVER happened to me after one session with a client.
I just wanted to let you know how much this training has already helped me, and to thank you for such in-depth training. Now I feel equipped to face any situation with a client, and confident that some symptom relief and improved quality of life is available for everyone.
Angela C.Bay City, Michigan
Do you want to:
Increase positive client outcomes and reduce client suffering?
Increase staff qualifications and effectiveness?
Decrease client hospital stay and suicide rates?
Decrease relapse rates and recidivism?
Improve likelihood of evidence-based practice (EBP) grant approval?
Who can benefit from CBT team training?
CBT team training is customizable, which makes it appropriate for different organizations of many different sizes. Some of the types or organizations we work with:
Community mental health centers
Private behavioral health companies
Schools and school districts
Hospitals and healthcare systems
Prisons and forensic settings
Our Customized Approach
Our recommended training approach includes four steps:
Foundational CBT Training
We recommend starting with one of our online courses to help get your whole team on the same page.
Customized Team Training
Our team trainings are fully customized for the diagnoses and populations important to your community. The workshops take place at your location and are taught and designed by our faculty around the learning needs and goals of your team.
After training is complete, we can help supervise your team as they begin putting their newfound CBT skills to use. This usually happens remotely with weekly sessions as individuals will submit session recordings for review. Your team will develop confidence in their newly acquired skills and their clients benefit more rapidly.
Continued consultation provides small group support to your team as they implement new CBT skills. Remote sessions with our faculty provide an opportunity to talk through challenges and get feedback as you put CBT to use.
Our team is here to talk you through the options and design a program that meet your specific CBT learning needs.
What topics do we cover?
Training your team in CBT can help your organization tackle many different health and mental health challenges. Here are some topics your team can focus on:
Children and Adolescents
Panic and Agoraphobia
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Schizophrenia and Severe Mental Illness
Suicide and Hopelessness
Borderline Personality Disorder
Medical Problems and Chronic Pain
Substance Use Disorders
Start the Conversation
Curious to learn more about how Beck might help your organization? Give us a few basic details about what you’re looking for. Then together, we’ll design a program specifically for you.
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