Level up your practice with our acclaimed 4 day self-practice/self-reflection masterclass in cognitive behaviour therapy
This 4 day intensive is for you if you are an alcohol and other drug worker in a counselling or case management role. Discover exactly what makes CBT tick to build and strengthen your core clinical skills, the foundation for all best practice in alcohol and other drug treatment. You will gain new knowledge, advanced skills and greater confidence in both traditional and newer behavioural and cognitive therapy models, including mindfulness-based therapies. Immerse yourself in self-reflection and self-practice to build on your foundational skills in assessment, case formulation, intervention and responding to therapeutic challenges.
Our cognitive behaviour therapy experts, Professor Nicole Lee, past President and Honorary Fellow of the AACBT, and Paula Ross, counselling psychologist and clinical expert, present this top-rated four-day workshop.
- Deepen your understanding of the CBT approach and the similarities and differences between the many forms of CBT
- Understand what really drives motivation and change from a behavioural and cognitive therapy framework
- Apply a comprehensive CBT model that offers a clear framework for effective assessment, formulation, and intervention
- Recognise and respond to therapeutic relationship challenges within a CBT framework
Who should attend:
This is an advanced skills workshop suitable for new, experienced and advanced practitioners. We recommend you do our Understanding CBT workshop before attending this workshop. This workshop is suitable for workers in clinical settings.
Facilitators: Professor Nicole Lee and Paula Ross
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Tuesday 8 November 2022 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM (UTC+11)
Wednesday 9 November 2022 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM (UTC+11)
Thursday 10 November 2022 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM (UTC+11)
Friday 11 November 2022 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM (UTC+11)
Rydges St Kilda
35-37 Fitzroy Street, St Kilda VIC 3182