This CBT for Psychosis (CBTp) Training Series is for mental health clinicians who wish to increase their confidence in incorporating CBTp into their practice. We will include virtual tools to enhance therapy engagement and will focus specifically on trauma-informed early psychosis care, as well as diversity, equity and inclusion tactics to address the needs of our expanding racial/cultural demographics in Maine. Why CBTp? CBTp is a therapeutic framework for treatment of persons with psychosis that welcomes a broad range of perceptual, cognitive and bodily experiences that participants often feel reluctant to discuss elsewhere. Learn tools to accurately encourage open discussion, explain & normalize the occurrences, and inform both participant & provider when to seek more specialized help, such as coordinated specialty care, such as the PIER program. CBTp treatment formulation and structure also has the capacity to strengthen their overall treatment delivery, particularly when adapting it to complementary models such as Mindfulness-based-CBT, ACT, DBT and IFS. Presenters will explore in-depth all aspects of CBTp, focusing on early assessment and treatment. A mix of didactic information, discussion, interactive breakout room activities and role-plays will enhance learning and engagement in the interactive virtual format.
Identify basic tenets of CBTp
Identify the four Ps as part of Making Sense in CBTp.
Identify the steps of cognitive restructuring
Online Course Evaluation: Instructions
After the live meeting ends:
- Log into this online course
- Click below on “Course Survey” to access the survey. After completing the survey, return to the course page.
- After you submit the evaluation, click Mark Complete and you will be able to download or print your certificate.