Renew your certification CEU's here.

event graphic
Apr 10 2017

Utilizing Cognitive Behaviour Therapy in Family Therapy

When therapists learn the clinical application of CBT families and groups they are able to develop a collaborative therapeutic relationship with each member and with the family unit, which is a fundamental aspect of the Cognitive Model.  The Collaborative Therapeutic relationship has been shown to be effective in helping with a wide variety of issues and challenges.  CBT, often criticized for being "mechanical" is "anything but"; when practioners understand how to use the model correctly, they see that CBT is not merely concerned with alleviation of symptons; it is concerned with each member of the family, their history and past experiences, the interactional dynamics and how it all contributes to the issues that have arisen within the unit, and what they have "learned and come to believe" about themselves that is getting in the way of experiencing fulfilling relationships.  In short, it helps families to address the problems that cause distress, and helps them work towards a healthy relationship in a systematic and evidenced-based manner.

  • Date:
    Apr 10, 2017 - Sep 29, 2017
  • Organization:
    CounselCareCanada Learning Solutions
  • Contact:
    CCCLS Registration
  • Phone:
    0
  • # Core CEU's
    80
  • # Related CEU's
    0
  • Location:
    ONLINE, Ontario