A 3.00 CE webinar series led by Matis Miller, LCSW, ACT, DBT-LBC

Learn how to develop and refine a cognitive case conceptualization for patients.

Participants will finish this course with the ability to assess and identify relevant childhood history, underlying core beliefs/schemas, conditional assumptions, and maladaptive compensatory strategies that cause and maintain specific psychiatric disorders.

The skills to modify underlying negative core beliefs and conditional assumptions using evidence based cognitive and experiential interventions will also be developed.


June 5th, June 6th and June 7th

12 PM EST – 1 PM EST

Credentialed for 3.00 CE by the NJ Board of Social Work Examiners

 This course is approved by the Association of Social Work Boards – ASWB NJ CE Course Approval Program Provider #115 Course #1223 from 4/20/2017 to 4/20/2019. Social workers will receive the following type and number of credit(s): General Social Work Practice 3

Cost: $99 Early Bird Special (Normally priced at $129)

Questions? Reach out to us at office@cbtofnj.com or 732-961-7363

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Course Objectives

Participants will:

– Develop conceptualization of presenting problems based on Cognitive Model

– Utilize cognitive conceptualization diagram in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

– Modify underlying negative core beliefs and conditional assumptions using evidence-based cognitive and experiential interventions

– Identify and strengthen positive core belief beliefs

Detailed Course Description

I: Assessment and Conceptualization

In the first part of the workshop you will focus on developing and refining a cognitive case conceptualization for patients with residual psychiatric symptoms and Axis II diagnoses. Attendees will learn to assess and identify relevant childhood history, underlying core beliefs/schemas, conditional assumptions, and maladaptive compensatory strategies that cause and maintain specific psychiatric disorders. Participants will be able to trace back presenting problems to the source and have a deeper understanding of complex clinical problems in therapy. They will be taught ways to effectively share this information in a collaborative fashion so that patients can better understand the origin of emotional triggers and maintenance factors.

II: Treatment Skills

Participants will receive psychoeducation on early maladaptive schemas and their processes. They will learn importance of the therapeutic relationship as a vehicle for change while setting limits. Individuals will be introduced to evidence-based techniques that include both cognitive and experiential techniques that place greater emphasis on modifying cognitions developed during early childhood. This will be accomplished through didactic instruction, case examples, recordings, and experiential learning techniques.


Day 1: Individuals will learn to develop and refine a cognitive conceptualization that will guide the therapy

Day 2: Individuals will learn cognitive strategies and interventions to modify negative core beliefs, assumptions, and rules.

Day 3: Individuals will learn experiential strategies and techniques to create more significant change to maladaptive schemas while developing and strengthening positive core beliefs.

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Format of course is distance learning only with an interactive, live webinar feauring a chat room allowing questions and comments from participants.

Course appropriate for advanced levels of social work practice.

For requests concerning accommodations for individuals with disabilities, please contact us at office@cbtofnj.com

All grievances should be addressed to Malky at office@cbtofnj.com or 732-961-7363.

Course registration deadline is June 2nd, 2017.

Cancellation and refunds will only be honored if made at least 48 hours in advance.

Participants will receive certification of completion via email after attending all 3 live virtual sessions and answer a brief questionnaire reviewing the course material.

 

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