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.
Dr. Stanford gives a brief introduction to our practice here at CBA.
Find out about our mission, our philosophy, and what you can expect from our professional clinicians.
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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Watch the video below to further understand how to qualify a therapist.
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In this video, Dr. Joel Becker discusses what basic questions you should ask when selecting a qualified cognitive-behavioral therapist.
Cognitive Behavior Therapy Institute is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Courses can be taken by the general public without the continuing education component. The Cognitive Behavior Therapy Institute maintains responsibility for all programs and their content.
Applying and Understanding Cognitive Processing Therapy as Treatment for PTSD
Greg Stanford, Psy.D. & Emily Owens, Ph.D.
Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) is a cognitive-behavioral treatment for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Evidence over the past several decades has shown that CPT is effective in reducing PTSD symptoms related to a variety of traumatic events including child abuse, rape, combat, and natural disasters, making CPT a "best practice" for PTSD. CPT Coach is a free application (app) for mobile devices developed by the VA's National Center for PTSD. CPT Coach was created to increase convenience and adherence for patients and clinicians working through the CPT treatment manual. It is intended to be used as a treatment companion for a patient working with a therapist trained in CPT. Licensed psychologists Greg Stanford, Psy.D. and Emily Owens, Ph.D. will describe the evidence supporting CPT as a treatment approach for PTSD, as well as an overview of the theoretical basis of CPT. The webinar will include an instruction on the application of the protocol using the CPT Coach app to an individual with PTSD.
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