Hi friends and colleagues,
You might enjoy this video from Mike Christensen, one of the rising stars in TEAM-CBT. He is about to start a 12-week online introductory course in TEAM-CBT limited to 14 therapists. There are only a couple slots left, so email him ASAP if you are interested. Mike is a terrific teacher and therapist, and a very compassionate individual! Highly recommended!
You will find a list of additional in-person and online training groups if you click here. Many of the groups are sponsored by the Feeling Good institute in Mt. View, California. I endorse the training groups enthusiastically, but do not receive any financial compensation for endorsing them. I know they are wonderful teachers and I take great pride in what they have accomplished and satisfaction in supporting their efforts! You will also find information on many weekly in-person training groups, including my own 2 1/2 hour training group every Tuesday evening at Stanford, and it is totally free of charge. For details, click here.
Here is a cool endorsement for Mike Christensen that just arrived in my mailbox today (Monday, May 8, 2017), following publication of this blog:
I can attest to Mike’s skill, passion and all-around great-guy-ness. Anyone could learn a ton from him and enjoy themselves thoroughly in the process. If you are thinking about this class…. just do it!!
Dr. Annie Hanaway
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