Så här beskriver Nick Grey föreläsningen:
Using Behavioural Experiments in Cognitive Therapy
Behavioural experiments are one of the most powerful means to cognitive change. They are now used in all contempory CBT approaches. This workshop will help participants use behavioural experiments most effectively with their clients. It will describe when to and how best to set the cognitive platform for behavioural experiments. There will be videos of behavioural experiments both inside and outside the therapy office. There will be opportunity for participants to reflect on their own work and to discuss how to overcome obstacles to effective use of behavioural experiments.
- Understand the theory behind behavioural experiments
- Be able to set up and do behavioural experiments
- Be able to learn from them and plan next steps
- How to use a standard behavioural experiment form
- Be able to overcome some difficulties with behavioural experiments
Bennett-Levy, J., Butler, G., Fennell, M., Hackmann, A., Mueller, M., & Westbrook, D. (2004). Oxford Guide to Behavioural Experiments in Cognitive Therapy. Oxford Univeristy Press
McMillan, D. & Lee, R. (2010). A systematic review of behavioural experiments vs. exposure alone in treatment of anxiety disorders: a case of exposure while wearing the emperor’s new clothes? Clinical Psychology Review, doi: 10.1016/j.cpr.2010.01.003
About the presenter
Nick is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist and Clinical Research and Teaching Fellow at Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. Nick is a BABCP-accredited practitioner, supervisor and trainer. He is the co-editor of ‘How to become a more effective CBT therapist’ (2014, Wiley).
Information om workshopen:
Datum och tid: 7 mars kl. 9:30–16:00
Plats: Grillska huset, Stadsmissionen, Stortorget 3 i Gamla stan Stockholm
Pris: 950 kr exkl. moms
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