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Category: Teaching and Supervising

Teaching and Supervising CBT

Teaching and Supervising CBT by Donna Sudak, MD Did you learn CBT through the tradition of “See one, do one, teach one?” Were your instructors and supervisors clinicians who had never learned the principles of adult learning? Did they instead teach or supervise you in the way they themselves had been taught or supervised? Dissemination and training of quality CBT therapists has become a recent focus for CBT programs throughout…
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Workshop Participant Spotlight – Dr. Ignacio Etchebarne

Dr. Etchebarne works as a clinical psychologist treating adults with anxiety and performs psychotherapy research. He is currently developing a research program in Argentina about CBT for Personal Growth. He was so excited to (finally) come to Beck Institute after completing supervision and consultation with multiple Beck Institute staff. He combined this training, Teaching and Supervising CBT, with his presentation next week at the Society for Psychotherapy Research conference at…
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From CBT Therapist to CBT Supervisor

 Judith S. Beck and Daniella Cavenagh How do you become a skilled CBT supervisor? Delivering effective CBT supervision requires a highly specialized, advanced set of competencies for which clinical acumen is essential but not sufficient. A growing body of literature indicates the importance of: developing the relationship with supervisees, including eliciting and responding effectively to their feedback setting goals with supervisees accurately assessing supervisees' strengths and weaknesses developing effective individualized…
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