Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Basics
Welcome to CBT Basics, the first in a series of CBT workshops that Providers for Healthy Living will be offering over the next year. In this first workshop we will be discussing the theoretical basis for Cognitive Behavior Therapy and how to conceptualize cases within this frame work. We will discuss goal development strategies, as well as how to structure therapy sessions. We will introduce strategies for identifying automatic thoughts, and utilizing thought records. Strategies for behavioral activation will also be addressed. We will explore issues of compliance and resistance, as well as termination of therapy. Please join us for this hands on, interactive training. This four hour training can be counted as part of the 40 hours of education required for a certification in Cognitive Therapy.
Please join us for a 4 hour continuing education training approved for Social Workers, Counselors AND Psychologists.
- • Discuss the theoretical basis for Cognitive Behavior Therapy
- • Conceptualize cases based on the Cognitive Model
- • Discuss and demonstrate structure of the therapy session
- • Develop treatment goals
- • Guide clients in identifying automatic thoughts
- • Identify which automatic thoughts to pinpoint in session
- • Utilize Thought Records
- • Demonstrate behavioral strategies
- • Incorporate homework assignments
- • Address issues of compliance and resistance
- • Discuss termination of therapy
Sponsored by: Providers for Healthy Living
When: Friday, July 21, 2017, 8:45 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
3933 Trueman Blvd.,
Hilliard, OH 43026
Tinker is located next to the old PFHL office, behind Staples. Turn into the Staples parking lot and drive around back.
Presented by: Matthew Lowe, DO, Monica Feller, LISW-S and Frances Deutschle, LISW-S
Dr. Matthew Lowe is the Medical Director of Providers for Healthy Living. Dr. Lowe has experience working with children, adolescents, and adults in a variety of settings and has specialty training in mood disorders, ADHD and other disruptive behavior disorders, PTSD, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, autistic disorders, cognitive behavior therapy, and group therapies. Dr. Lowe is board-certified in psychiatry by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, Inc.
Monica Feller, MSW, LISW-S is the clinical supervisor at Providers For Healthy Living. She provides individual and group therapy for children, adolescents and adults, with a special focus on anxiety disorders, depressive disorders and posttraumatic stress disorders. Monica has facilitated a CBT for Insomnia group at PFHL. Monica is also an adjunct instructor at Mount Vernon Nazarene University in the Adult Degree Completion Social Work program.
Frances Deutschle, LISW-S is a clinical social worker at Providers For Healthy Living. She provides individual and family therapy for children, adolescents and adults, with a special focus on CBT, Structural Family Therapy, and Motivational Interviewing with dual diagnosis clients. Frances is also an adjunct instructor at Mount Vernon Nazarene University in the Adult Degree Completion Social Work program, and has taught in the Social Work program at The Ohio State University.