CBT: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Techniques for Everyday Clinical Practice by John Ludgate
- New Cognitive Behavioral Approaches
- Apply CBT Skills to Anxiety, Depression, Anger, Trauma, PTSD and more
- Top Strategies for Emotional Regulation
- Best of Motivational Interviewing and Motivational Enhancement
In a few short hours, you can easily solve the age-old question of finding practical ways to integrate evidence based therapies into everyday clinical practice with clients.
Join expert John Ludgate, Ph.D., for a workshop chock-full of practical Cognitive Behavioral Therapy techniques, focusing on how to treat clients by challenging and replacing automatic negative thoughts, core beliefs and self-defeating behaviors. Case studies, interactive discussions, role plays, handouts and worksheets will be utilized in this enjoyable seminar that features cutting-edge skills to improve and enhance your understanding of CBT — and help your clients live more enjoyable and worthwhile lives.
Apply CBT Skills To Treat
- Anger Management
- Eating Disorders
Clinical Applications of CBT Skills
- Anxiety Disorders
- Anger Management
- Trauma and PTSD
- Eating Disorders
- Alcohol and Drug Addiction
Cognitive Therapy Strategies and Skills
- Challenge Automatic Thoughts
- The CBT Thought Record
- Guided Discovery and Socratic Questioning
- Setting Goals and Monitoring Progress
- Label Cognitive Distortions
- Thought Stopping Techniques
- Feel Better with the ABC Technique
- Reduce Worry: Consider the Odds
- Increasing Positive Self-Talk
- Schedule Worries
- Strengthen Positive Core Beliefs
Behavior Therapy Strategies and Skills
- Techniques for Behavior Change
- Problem Solving Skills
- Increase Positive Coping Skills
- Behavioral Activation
- Act More Assertive
- Social Skills Training
- Small Step Success Therapy
- Relaxation and Breathing Training
- Gradual Exposure to Feared Situations
- Anger Management Strategies
- Increase Self-Esteem
Motivational Interviewing Strategies and Skills
- 4 Guiding Principles
- Personal Strengths and Supports
- Stages of Change
- Decisional Balance Worksheets
- Discussing the Pros & Cons
- Preparing a Change Plan
- Identify Personal Values
- Providing Personalized Feedback
Emotional Regulation Strategies and Skills
- Identify and Label Feelings
- Identify Situations that Trigger Feelings
- Feeling Better Strategies Worksheet
- Grounding & Self-Soothing Strategies
- Coping with Frustration
- Emotional Regulation Skills
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Medicine encompasses a variety of health care practices evolved to maintain and restore health by the prevention and treatment of illness.
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