Do you work have clients who struggle with overcoming adversity? Would you like to be better equipped to help them overcome adversity? Would you like to learn the latest strategies for building individual resilience in the clinical setting? Would you like to develop resilience skills that will enable you to avoid burnout and excel professionally? If you answered yes to either one of the aforementioned questions, this workshop was designed specifically for you. In this engaging and interactive workshop, you will receive an overview of the Cognitive Processing Therapy and how it can be used to treatment PTSD.
Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) is an evidenced-based therapy that has proven to be an effective modality in helping clients cope effectively PTSD. Through the use of CPT, clients gain understanding of, and modify meanings attributed to their trauma. This technique is taught in three phases which include focus on education and rapport building, formal processing of adversity and teaching of cognitive skills. Each phase will be explained in detail so that participants can apply the techniques effectively in treatment. Dr. Buckingham will share personal stories with participants to help them understand how he used Cognitive Processing Therapy to exchange a lifestyle filled with hardship, disappointment and dread to a lifestyle filled with favor, satisfaction and confidence.
- Define and describe trauma
- Review Cognitive-behavioral Therapy framework
Introduction to Cognitive Processing Therapy (Phases I, II, III, IV and V)