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CBT (cognitive-behaviour therapy) should be a collaborative and creative process between therapist and client, where we help our clients become curious about any unhelpful cognitive or behaviour patterns that might be creating or prolonging their emotional suffering. Once these are identified, we then further assist our clients to experiment with new cognitive and behaviour strategies, to discover their emotional impact.

Some of the cognitive and behaviour strategies that clients can implement might be traditional CBT methods like thought records, behavioural activation, or graded exposure via behavioural experiments. However, there are other contemporary CBT practices that can also be very useful, such as using

1. Imagery-based strategies to enhance the emotional impact of therapy;

2. Acceptance and mindfulness strategies integrated within CBT; and

3. Metacognitive therapy approaches to help clients overcome repetitive unhelpful thinking styles.

These days CBT is not one thing. It is not just thought records plus positive behaviour change, although these methods are still of great value and should not be underestimated. CBT is a rich, varied and broad therapy, and this series of three 1-day workshops are designed to reflect recent innovations and the contemporary practice of CBT.

These are stand-alone workshops, however each workshop occasionally references other workshops in this series. Participants can choose to attend any one of the workshops, however participants will get the most out of attending all three.

Dr Lisa Saulsman, PhD

Dr Lisa Saulsman is a registered clinical psychologist, completing her Masters in Clinical Psychology and PhD at the University of Western Australia. She worked for 13years as a senior clinical psychologist in public mental health at the Centre for Clinical Interventions (CCI), providing individual and group CBT to adults with complex and enduring depressive and anxiety disorders. In addition to her clinical work at CCI, she was also the co-ordinator of training, being responsible for developing and facilitating CBT training workshops for mental health practitioners across Western Australia.

Lisa has also authored self-help CBT resources covering numerous clinical areas, such as worry, self-esteem, distress intolerance, self-compassion, procrastination, health anxiety, and body dysmorphia. These resources are freely available via the CCI website (www.cci.health.wa.gov.au), which is well known locally, nationally and internationally amongst clinicians and consumers alike. Lisa has been involved in developing treatment protocols that target mood management, social anxiety disorder and worry and rumination, with published research supporting the effectiveness of these treatments. Lisa is co-author of a new book, Imagery-Enhanced CBT for Social Anxiety Disorder, available through Guilford Press.

Venue: 87 Club Street, #03-01, Singapore 069455

Contact: Email Organizer

Brochure: Download

Fees:
Course Fee for each 1-day workshop:

Early Bird Registration:
SGD 349.00(pay by 15/06/2018)

Standard Registration:
SGD 399.00

Language: English

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