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IN PERSON

Client Centered Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Instructor

John Wade

What You Will Learn

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is both widely researched and practiced. Probably most of you reading this description have some training and familiarity with CBT. And although it can be effective in facilitating psychological and behavioral change for many patients, as you probably know it is often experienced by clients as difficult to practice and sustain. This workshop will blend the core elements of CBT with components of other therapeutic approaches specifically designed to lower client resistance, and present practical, client-friendly tools for fostering client engagement and receptivity.

Social workers, psychologists, LPCs, LCPCs will earn 6 contact hours. APRNs, RNs, and LPNs may self-submit to KSBN.

To view learning objectives, click on view outline link.

IN PERSON

$129.00

Client Centered Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Days:F

Dates: March 25

Times: 8:30AM-3:30PM

Location: Main Campus Campus Map

Other Details

Course Code: HCSEM-297-1

Category: Healthcare Seminars

Contact Hours: 6.0

Format: Classroom

After registering for this course, you can come back to the catalog to register for more courses.

Need help registering? Please contact us at CERegistration@jccc.edu or call 913-469-2323.

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Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the core foundational elements of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
  2. Learn the subtle factors that cause CBT to be difficult to practice and to stall in treatment
  3. Learn how to foster client engagement through Compassion Focused Therapy
  4. Incorporate key elements from Adlerian Therapy, Construct Theory, and Narrative Therapy to increase the effectiveness of utilizing CBT
  5. Understand methods to effectively work with client resistance. Learn strategies to engage both the "head" and the "heart" in the change effort