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November 14 – 16, 2011, Cognitive Behavior Therapy Workshop Level ll: Personality Disorders and Challenging Problems

[caption id="attachment_2442" align="alignleft" width="150"] Dr. Judith Beck demonstrates a how to conceptualize a challenging case.[/caption] Last week at Beck Institute we held our Level 2 CBT Workshop on Personality Disorders and Challenging Problems. Psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, counselors, and other health and mental health professionals traveled from all over the world, including Canada, India, Peru and nine U.S. states, to receive training in Cognitive Behavior Therapy. Participants received professional training…
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October 31 – November, 2011, Cognitive Behavior Therapy Workshop Level I: Depression and Anxiety

November 2011: Psychologists, psychiatrists, physicians, social workers, professors, counselors, nurses and other professionals from mental health, medical, and related fields traveled from 11 states and 5 countries (including Brazil, Singapore, Canada, India, and the Dominican Republic) to attend this month’s Cognitive Behavior Therapy Workshop Level I on Depression and Anxiety at Beck Institute. Participants had the opportunity to gain professional training from Aaron T. Beck, M.D., Judith S. Beck, Ph.D., and…
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Using CBT to Target Body Image Issues in Female College Smokers

A recent study showed that using CBT techniques to target body image issues among female smokers in smoking cessation intervention programs can help lower their smoking rates. High smoking rates and the health risks associated with smoking are a serious concern. An alarming twenty-two to thirty-four percent of college students smoke cigarettes. Previous research has shown that smoking rates in some female college students are related to their body image…
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CBT for Children and Adolescents

OCTOBER 2011:  Earlier this week, 43 child psychiatrists, school psychologists, school counselors, and other health and mental health professionals working with children and adolescents, came from 5 countries including: Brazil, Canada, Cayman Islands, Singapore, and South Africa; and from 11 US states to participate in our first ever CBT for Children and Adolescents workshop at Beck Institute. This 3-day workshop began with the basics of cognitive behavioral therapy and progressed…
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What research is Dr. Beck presently involved in? (Students Ask Dr. Beck – Part SEVEN)

This is the seventh question from the Q&A portion of Beck Institute's 3-Day CBT Workshop on Depression and Anxiety for students and post-doctoral fellows, held on August 15 - 17, 2011. In this video Dr. Aaron Beck discusses research he is presently involved in and/or leading at the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Beck explains the work being done by three different teams within his unit; including clinical trials with suicidal…
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