Goal Setting to Engage Adolescents

Many adolescents begin treatment on a different footing from adults. Rather than choosing to start treatment, adolescents may be referred by someone else for behavior the adolescent sees as justified, appropriate, or a part of their identity rather than something to be changed. Other adolescents may be referred for treatment for behavior or situations they […]

An Introduction to the Suicide Mode

Seven Steps for Anger

How Cognitive Therapists Can Contribute to Patient Well-Being

Children’s Emotional Buckets

Why do we structure the session in the first place?

“Every minute in a session is precious, and we want to maximize the time we have to help clients learn to deal with the issues that are most important to them.”

Dr. Judith Beck

 

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2015 Annual Graduate Student Workshop

CBT for Depression and Suicidality
Student Workshop Collage

Our Student CBT Workshop, held in Philadelphia, August 3-5, 2015 for the sixth consecutive year, received 140 participants from twenty six states including the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, and an amazing fifteen countries including Australia, Brazil, China, Hong Kong, Ireland, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, Pakistan, the Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Thailand and the United Kingdom.

Thank you to everyone who made our Student Workshop such an overwhelming success!

“The examples of current clients, paired with the “on-the-spot” role play scenarios really gave tangible, concrete applications of techniques reflected by passionate providers.”

– Graduate Student Workshop Attendee

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