List of Webinars
Seminars are intended for doctoral level psychologists, physicians and terminal level master degree clinicians who have completed their own programs of study. CBTI maintains responsibility for this program and its content. All of our home study courses are provided to the consumer via digital download.
September 22, 2017
Strengths-Based Parenting Strategies that Work
November 2, 2017
CBT for Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
Cognitive Behavior Therapy Institute is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Cognitive Behavior Therapy Institute maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
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 always be thoughtful about the way they are
parenting their children. 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
Click here to download a printable PDF flyer.
CANCELLATION / REFUND POLICY
A service charge of $30 is withheld from all refunds (refund in full if the conference is cancelled, discontinued, or rescheduled). Refund request must be in writing and postmarked or faxed no later than one week prior to the event.
TRANSGENDER COMPETENCE IN THE THERAPEUTIC SETTING
Gender minorities continue to be an under-served population, often presenting with previous/current harm(s) from healthcare providers, positive prognosis for therapeutic growth, and specific risk factors. Dr. Greg Stanford, Psy.D., WPATH will discuss the ethical and clinical considerations of working with transgender clients. Creating a safe environment, as well as identifying a practical level of competence regarding transgender issues will be presented. At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:
- Negotiate the concerns of transgender oppression such as individual, cultural, and institutional
- Identify non-medical transition (social transition) and medical transition (i.e., hormones and surgeries)
- Apply appropriate therapeutic skills as they relate to gender minority stress
Dr. Greg Stanford, Psy.D., is a Licensed Psychologist with practices in Arcadia, Beverly Hills, and Cypress, California. He is a member of World Professional Association for Transgender Health (WPATH). He received his Psy.D. in clinical psychology from California School of Professional Psychology in 2009. He began his clinical training at Los Angeles LGBT Center (formerly Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center) in 2006.
His doctoral project consisted of a selective literature review of the harms, considerations, and need for affirmative therapy for survivors of sexual reorientation attempts, culminating in delivering a presentation to mental health professionals. He completed his postdoctoral internship at Ocean Park Community Center, providing services in shelter communities and with recently housed, formerly homeless individuals. Dr. Stanford has over 10 years of experience in serving the trans community.
TREATING PSYCHOSIS UTILIZING COGNITIVE BEHAVIOR THERAPY
Melissa Magaro, Ph.D., provides an overview of CBT for Psychosis (CBTp). A treatment that addresses chronic and often debilitating psychotic spectrum illnesses characterized by hallucinations, delusional thinking, paranoia, and reduced social interaction and motivation. Specifically, participants will learn:
- Individualized CBTp case formulation
- Key methodology utilized in CBTp
- Case management focused on empowerment and supportive recovery
Biofeedback - An Adjunct Tool in Optimmal Patient Care
Dr. Megan Wagner, Ph.D., BCB will provide an overview of how biofeedback (BFB) can help clients self-regulate their physiological responses to stress, and how BFB can be used in combination with other treatments (e.g., psychotherapy, medication, physical therapy). Client responses measured include heart rate, heart rate variability, skin conductance, breathing rate, muscle tension, and peripheral blood flow. Research has found BFB to be an effective tool in the treatment of anxiety disorders, chronic pain, headache (migraine, tension, & mixed), hypertension, depression, motion sickness, Raynauld’s disease, TMJ, and others.
Specifically, participants will learn:
- The theoretical underpinnings of BFB
- How specific populations interface with the technology
- Integration of BFB into treatment planning and patient care
Dr. Megan Wagner received her Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology in 2011 from George Mason University in Fairfax, VA. While completing a postdoctoral fellowship at the VA Loma Linda Healthcare System she received specialized training in Clinical Health Psychology focusing on understanding and treating problems pertaining to the reciprocal relationship between psychological and physical health. Dr. Wagner is board certified in biofeedback therapy by the Biofeedback Certification International Alliance.
Conquering Insomnia: CBT-i Introductory Webinar
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT-I) — the only scientifically proven non-drug insomnia treatment,” is now available for digital download. Dr. Joel Becker, Cognitive Behavior Associates will present this course as an introduction for clinicians and psycho-education for clients.
Bipolar: What CBT Has to Offer
Dr. Joel Becker's Tele-seminar Bipolar: What CBT has to Offer is now available for purchase for 1.5 Continuing Education credits, as well as to the general public.
CBT for the Treatment of Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Dr. Jayson L. Mystkowski's Tele-seminar CBT for the Treatment of Irritable Bowel Syndrome is now available for purchase for 1.5 Continuing Education credits, as well as to the general public.