We are one of the largest practices in the Los Angeles area specializing in problem-focused Cognitive-Behavior Therapy. All of our clinicians are trained and practice with the most current treatments supported by scientific empirical research. At CBA, all of our treatments are based on proven treatment methods.
What skills should your cognitive-behavioral therapist have?
Have you ever wondered what skills your therapist should have? Read this pamphlet distributed by the National Institute for Mental Health in England on what skills your cognitive-behavioral therapist should have.
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Upcoming Webinar: Strengths-Based Parenting Strategies that Work
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 2017 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Parents are often trying to juggle many demands at once, making it difficult to be thoughtful about the way they are parenting their children at all times. Lauren Shapiro, Ph.D., will focus on evidence-based parenting techniques that amplify a child’s strengths, enhance the parent-child relationship, and teach children contingencies: when they behave well, good things happen; when they do not, there are logical, natural consequences.
This workshop is designed to help you:
- Explain the role of emotional awareness and regulation
- Create routines in the home and between parent-child
- Assess dysfunctional vs. effective parenting strategies that enhance the parent-child relationship