Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) for Frontline Workers

TRAINING FOR WORKERS IN ADDICTIONS, MENTAL HEALTH, HEALTH CARE AND SOCIAL SERVICES

ABOUT THE WORKSHOP

This workshop will provide the essential components for CBT therapy for frontline workers in addictions, mental health, health care, and social services. This two day course will review the fundamental clinical components of CBT throughout each step of the process. In order to support the integrative learning experience, this training incorporates a specific overview of each essential component of the CBT model with hands on practical learning.

LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  • Define the cognitive model.

  • Describe the structure of a cognitive therapy session.

  • Describe how to conceptualize clients according to the cognitive model.

  • Identify cognitive behavior therapy interventions.

  • Use techniques to engage the client in treatment.

  • Use techniques to develop the therapeutic alliance.

  • Use techniques to elicit and evaluate automatic thoughts.

  • Engaging and implementing graded exposures

  • Describe strategies to modify core beliefs and assumptions.

SUITABLE FOR
  • Mental health professionals
     

  • Counsellors
     

  • Psychotherapists
     

  • Front-line workers such as nurses, clergy, social workers and residential workers who provide services to vulnerable populations

Interested in taking part in this workshop or offering it to your organization? Contact us today.