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The incidence of post-traumatic stress disorder in the general population is as high as 8%, and in the active military and veteran population as high as 17%. Given the impact of PTSD on individuals and families affected by this condition, dissemination and implementation of effective treatments is a high priority.
Led by Aaron Brinen, Psy.D.,this Beck Institute specialty workshop will cover cognitive behavior therapy for PTSD. Learn exposure techniques and other skills specifically developed to aid clients in accessing salient trauma information, understanding their reactions and achieving a realistic perspective on the traumatic event. An in-depth explanation and illustration of prolonged exposure, a primary intervention for PTSD, will be included, as well as cognitive techniques for imaginal revisiting of the trauma memory.
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Available Dates in 2018:
- July 9-11
8:45am – 4:00pm
Beck Institute | Directions
The workshop features a special question-and-answer and role-play session with Dr. Aaron Beck. Participants are encouraged to prepare or have in mind cases for discussion or role-play
CE/CME: 18 credits
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All trainees receive a Certificate of Workshop Attendance verifying participation in this program.