- John Ludgate
- 5 Hours 59 Minutes
- Audio and Video
- Jul 26, 2016
New Cognitive Behavioral Approaches
- CBT skills can be applied to anxiety, depression, anger, trauma, and more.
- There are top strategies for emotional regulation.
- Motivational Interviewing and Motivational Enhancement are some of the best.
The age-old question of finding practical ways to integrate evidence based therapies into everyday clinical practice can be easily solved in a few hours. Join an expert. John Ludgate is a doctor. For a workshop full of practical Cognitive Behavioral Therapy techniques, focusing on how to treat clients by challenging and replacing automatic negative thoughts, core beliefs and self-destructive behaviors. Case studies, interactive discussions, role plays, handouts and worksheets will be utilized in this enjoyable seminar that features cutting-edge skills to improve and enhance your understanding of CBT, and help your clients live more enjoyable and worthwhile lives. CBT skills can be applied to treat.
- Anger management.
- There are eating disorders.
There are clinical applications of CBT skills.
- There are anxiety disorders.
- Anger management.
- Both trauma and post-traumatic stress disorder.
- There are eating disorders.
- Drug and alcohol addiction.
There are cognitive therapy strategies and skills.
- Challenge automatic thoughts.
- The Thought Record of the CBT.
- Guided discovery and questioning.
- Monitoring progress and setting goals.
- The Cognitive Distortions should be labeled.
- Thought about stopping techniques.
- The ABC technique makes you feel better.
- Consider the odds to reduce worry.
- Positive self-talk is increasing.
- There are schedule concerns.
- Positive core beliefs should be strengthened.
Strategies and skills for behavior therapy.
- There are techniques for behavior change.
- Problem Solving Skills
- Positive Coping Skills should be increased.
- There is behavioral activation.
- Act more assertive.
- Social skills training.
- Therapy for small steps of success.
- Training for relaxation and breathing.
- Gradual exposure to fear.
- Anger management strategies can be used.
- Increase self-esteem.
- The focus is on the present and not on what happened in the past or what is going to happen in the future. The focus is on the present and not on what happened in the past or what is going to happen in the future.
Motivational Interviewing Strategies and Skills.
- There are 4 guiding principles.
- Personal strength and support.
- There are stages of change.
- There is a decisional balance.
- Discussing the pros and cons.
- A change plan is being prepared.
- Personal values should be identified.
- Providing feedback.
Skills and strategies for emotional regulation.
- It’s important to identify and label feelings.
- There are situations that cause feelings.
- There is a feeling better strategies.
- Strategies for Grounding and Self-Soothing.
- Dealing with Frustration.
- Skills for emotional regulation.
John Ludgate, Ph.D., is a licensed clinical psychologist who has worked as a psychotherapist for almost 30 years. He is a Founding Fellow of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy. His practice, which involves work in both a private practice and in an outpatient psychiatric center, consists largely of treating clients referred with mood problems and/or anxiety conditions. He is currently working at the Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Center of Western North Carolina in Asheville, North Carolina.John is a native of southern Ireland and obtained a Master Degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Edinburgh in Scotland, and a Ph.D. from Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland in 1990. He trained at the Center for Cognitive Therapy in Philadelphia under Dr. Aaron Beck, the founder of Cognitive Therapy, obtaining a Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Cognitive Therapy from the University of Pennsylvania in 1986. He subsequently became assistant director of training at Dr. Beck’s Center.In the early 1990’s, Dr. Ludgate was a research clinical psychologist at the University of Oxford in England and served as cognitive therapist in several outcome studies of panic disorder, agoraphobia, social phobia and hypochondriasis. He authored Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Relapse Prevention for Depression and Anxiety (Professional Resources Press, 2009) and was co-editor with Wright, Thase and Beck of Cognitive Therapy with Inpatients: Developing a Cognitive Milieu (Guilford Press, 1993). His other books include Overcoming Compassion Fatigue (PESI, 2014 co-authored with Martha Teater and The CBT Couples Toolbox (PESI, 2018). He has written numerous journal articles and book chapters in the field of Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Anxiety and Depression. He has presented many seminars and workshops on cognitive behavioral approaches, both nationally and internationally. Speaker Disclosures: Speaker Disclosures: Financial: John Ludgate has an employment relationship with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Center of WNC. He receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.Non-financial: John Ludgate has no relevant non-financial relationship to disclose.
– After your purchase, you’ll see a View your orders link which goes to the Downloads page. Here, you can download all the files associated with your order.– Downloads are available once your payment is confirmed, we’ll also send you a download notification email separate from any transaction notification emails you receive from courselamps.net.– Since it is a digital copy, our suggestion is to download and save it to your hard drive. In case the link is broken for any reason, please contact us and we will resend the new download link.– If you cannot find the download link, please don’t worry about that. We will update and notify you as soon as possible at 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM (UTC 8).