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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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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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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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CBT Interventions: The SPIRIT Training Course

Recently, due to important policy changes, there has been a significant increase in the demand for psychologists specializing in CBT in the United Kingdom.   As a result, specialists have been stressing the importance of various teaching approaches in CBT, such as workbooks or courses, to enable more professionals to practice CBT. In a recent study, the Structured Psychosocial InteRventions in Teams (SPIRIT) course, which is a university accredited program consisting…
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May 23 – 25, 2011, Cognitive Behavior Therapy Workshop Level I: Depression and Anxiety

May 2011: Psychologists, psychiatrists, physicians, social workers, professors, counselors, nurses and other professionals from mental health, medical, and related fields traveled from 16 states and 8 countries (including Brazil, Cayman  Islands, Denmark, Peru, Romania, Sweden, Switzerland, and Turkey) 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.…
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April 4 – 6, 2011, Cognitive Behavior Therapy Workshop Level I

April 2011: Psychologists, psychiatrists, physicians, social workers, professors, counselors, and other professionals from mental health, medical, and related fields traveled from 18 states and 8 countries, including Australia, Brazil, Canada, France, Ireland, New Zealand, Peru, and United Arab Emirates. Pictured above-left, Dr. Aaron T. Beck conducts a roleplay with Ricardo Luiz Malina Losso, a psychiatrist from Brazil, to demonstrate useful techniques to use for challenging problems when working with patients. Dr. Beck…
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