Our all new workshop is just around the corner! Move fast if you want to attend, since the in-person seats are almost entirely sold out. We still have plenty of room if you want to attend online.
High Speed Methods to Reduce Resistance
and Boost Motivation
February 9, 2020
8:30 am – 4:30 pm PST (11:30 am – 7:30 pm EST)
Join us live online ($135)
or in person ($195) (only a few seats left)
at The Creekside Inn, Palo Alto, CA
(in person includes free breakfast, lunch and schmoozing)
7 CE credits*
For more info or to register
This workshop is BRAND NEW. You will learn how to identify and reduce the therapeutic resistance for faster, better outcomes in the treatment of depression (morning session) and anxiety disorders (afternoon session). Not only will your patients recover faster, but your satisfaction with your clinical work will soar as well.
This is a perfect workshop for those new to TEAM as well as seasoned clinicians who want to hone their skills through. Both in-person and online participants will practice with personalized feedback throughout the day. There will be many skilled helpers from the Feeling Good Institute in Mountain View, California, along with Jill and me, to provide you with personal feedback and mentoring as you hone your new skills.
We consistently receive feedback that our daylong workshops are not only educational but also engaging, lively, and great opportunities for networking. Jill and I will use a combination of didactic teaching, live role plays, and breakout group practice to keep you interested and engaged all day long!
Therapeutic resistance is by far the most important topic in psychotherapy, but most therapists so not understand it and do not have the skills to deal with it, so the possibilities for improving your clinical work are tremendous. I hope you can join us! You’ll love it, and we’ll really enjoy hanging out with you, too!
David Burns, MD
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Coming on May, 17th, 2020
The Cognitive Distortion Starter Kit:
How to Crush Negative Thoughts
TEAM-CBT includes more than 100 powerful techniques to change the distorted thoughts that trigger negative emotions. But what techniques should I select for my patient who feels depressed, anxious, or angry?
As you know, in my book, Feeling Good, I listed the ten most common cognitive distortions, like All-or-Nothing Thinking, Should Statements, Emotional Reasoning, and more, and you probably use that list all the time in your clinical work. But do you know which techniques work the best for each distortion?
Come to this workshop and find out! You’ll learn with tons of cool techniques you can use every day to boost your clinical effectiveness.