Learn the fundamentals of cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) for depression and suicidality through an experiential workshop delivered by the Beck Institute, a leading international source for training, therapy and resources in CBT. You will learn how to conceptualize depressed clients, plan treatment based on an individualized conceptualization, establish the therapeutic relationship, instill hope, and use effective cognitive and behavioral strategies to motivate clients to complete homework, modify their maladaptive thinking and behavior, and solve problems on their own. Learn how to elicit and respond to clients’ feedback, measure progress, and prevent relapse. The third day of training focuses on identifying and assessing suicidal clients, implementing specific strategies for preventing and managing suicidal crises, and ethical issues.
Cost: $450 for OACCPP Members ($550 for Non-Members)
Date: May 9 – 11, 2019
Time: 8:30am – 4:00pm
Location: Oakham Lounge, Oakham House (Ryerson Student Centre)
63 Gould Street Toronto M5B 1E9
This workshop is eligible for 18 CECs.
Coffee, refreshments and lunch included.
Please note, space is limited.
OACCPP Members: Register from the OACCPP Member’s Portal
Non-Members: REGISTER HERE
About the Presenter:
Daniella Cortez Cavenagh, Ph.D., ABPP, is a clinical psychologist with a background in treating multi-diagnosed, trauma-exposed public sector medical patients. Dr. Cavenagh earned her doctorate in clinical psychology from the Pacific Graduate School of Psychology, completed a clinical internship at the Baltimore VA Medical Center, and a postdoctoral fellowship at Kaiser Permanente. Dr. Cavenagh began her career at the University of California, San Francisco, School of Medicine where she was an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and the CBT Training Track Coordinator at San Francisco General Hospital. In this position she taught, supervised, served as a CBT consultant on medical research studies, and provided clinical services to a very diverse, multi-cultural population. In 2008, she transitioned to private practice, focusing on individual CBT with adults and adolescents. While in private practice, she held adjunct faculty appointments at Argosy University and Drexel University College of Medicine. Prior to her current position as a psychologist at the Philadelphia VA, Dr. Cavenagh was the Director of Education at Beck Institute. Dr. Cavenagh is a Diplomate in the Academy of Cognitive Therapy and is board certified in Behavioral and Cognitive Psychology.