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Welcome to the October CBT newsletter. In this edition's resource section we have material on using CBT with children & adolescents, the elderly, physical health, and various mental health applications; along with some interesting issues in the world of CBT, notices about CBT conferences worldwide and an update on the year's training events here in New Zealand. And to lighten up a little, don't miss the the '50 Ways to Leave Your Neuroses' video.
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ROTORUA TRAINING EVENTS (November)
There are are still places available on all of the one-day workshops. The Primary Certificate in REBT course is almost full (there is still plenty of time to do the preparatory work if you would like to take advantage of one of the few remaning places).
Primary Certificate in Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy: this ever-popular programme now incorporates a computer-based multimedia training tool which is making a significant difference to the level of expertise trainees are gaining. An innovative way to get a practice-based introduction to one of the major systems of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy.
One-day workshops are stand-alone events and you can attend them individually or combine them with each other and with the Certificated courses.
Workshop: Mindfulness - Mon 14 Nov Places available
Practicum: Primary Certificate in REBT - Tue-Fri 15-18 Nov Places available
Workshop: CBT with Clients Reacting to Traumatic Events - Sat 19 Nov Places available
Workshop: Treating Chronic & Resistant Depression - Mon 21 Nov Places available
Training quick links:
Here's our latest selection of resources we have researched on the internet. To view any item, click on the highlighted part of its listing:
Assessing the Severity of Anxiety: is the Beck Anxiety Inventory a good tool? Study examines use of the BAI in primary care.
Depression screening: No benefit - and possible harm - from routine depression screening?
Children with OCD: Cognitive behavior therapy seen as crucial treatment mode.
Anxious children: Brain scan 'predicts if kids with anxiety disorder will respond to talk therapy'
New book: Cognitive-Behavior Therapy for children and adolescents
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder: Cognitive Behaviour treatment for children and young people with OCD.
Trauma: Cognitive Behavioral Intervention for trauma in schools.
Depressed adolescents: CBT less effective when insomnia present.
Miscellaneous applications of CBT
Therapy in general
New Technology: CBT & the Internet
Websites of Note
GET Self Help: Website with a huge collection of resources you can print out for your clients.
34th AACBT National Conference: Sydney, 26-30 Oct 2011.
AnzaCBT Conference: Wellington, 18 Nov 2011.
British Association for Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapies: 40th Annual Conference and Workshops, Leeds University, 26-29 June 2012.
European Association for Behavioural & Cognitive Psychotherapies: 42nd Annual Congress, Geneva, 29 Aug - 1 September 2012.
International Association for Cognitive Psychotherapy: Triannual Congress, Hong Kong, 24-27 June 2014.
Do you have any CBT-related news items, or know of any conferences, articles or websites that would be of interest to your colleagues around the country and around the world? Let us know and we will add them to the next newsletter.
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