As follow up to the Introduction to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Psychosis course, this course offers a deeper look at how practitioners can utilize CBTp to help their clients.
Prerequisite Course – Introduction to Cognitive Behavior Therapy
As a follow-up to the Introduction to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for psychosis (CBTp) training, CCSME and the PIER program offered a two-session CBTp practitioner training series. This online course includes the video recordings from these sessions and offers a deeper look at how practitioners can integrate CBTp into their work. Part 1 focuses on early assessment and treatment and part 2 explores ongoing treatment.
Prior to participating in this course, participants should take the https://ccsme.org/product/introduction-to-cognitive-behavioral-therapy-for-psychosis-cbtp>online Introduction to CBTp course. Those who participated in the live Introduction to CBTp webinar in June 2020 do not need to take the online introduction.
How it works:
Watch the video lessons presented by the PIER team, then complete the quiz and course evaluation to receive your certificate.
- Part 1 video – 1 hour 15 minutes
- Part 2 – 2 videos, 1 hour and 50 minutes total
- Final quiz
- Course evaluation
Part 1 Description
Participants will learn skills to apply the CBTp principles reviewed in the introductory workshop. This includes operationalizing the initial stages of CBTp treatment with specialized engagement strategies, Socratic questioning, formulation-based “making sense” interventions and targeted clinical strategies for psychosis.
Course Agenda—Part One:
- Review of Core Concepts from Introduction to CBTp
- CBTp Session Structure
- Engagement and Socratic Questioning
- Psychosis-Specific Assessment tools
- Introduction to CBTp Formulation & ‘Making Sense’ framework
What You Will Learn:
- To build on prior learning of the structure of cognitive behavioral therapy for psychosis;
- To enhance skills and practice strategies of engagement, Socratic questioning in early stages of treatment
- To enhance skills and practice treatment formulation using “making sense” model
- To enhance skills and practice targeted interventions for psychosis.
Part 2 Description
Participants will learn skills to promote cognitive flexibility, will be introduced to psychosis-specific behavioral interventions, and learn a 5-step process of Cognitive Restructuring, a key concept in CBTp practice. Participants will learn these techniques through trainer demonstration and role play practice at multiple stages in treatment. Training participants will increase their awareness of what treatment looks like over time, as clients progress toward treatment goals.
Course Agenda—Part Two:
- Review engagement, assessment/formulation, making sense and targeted interventions
- Build strategies to enhance cognitive flexibility: identifying thinking styles and introducing alternative beliefs
- Learn the 5 steps of Cognitive Restructuring—trainer demonstration
- Learn Psychosis-Specific Behavioral Strategies
- Enhance skills and practice at different stages of treatment
What You Will Learn:
- To build on the concepts of Introduction of CBTp and Day One Practitioner training
- To enhance skills and practice strategies to promote cognitive flexibility
- To learn and practice the 5 Steps of Cognitive Restructuring and behavioral strategies
- To build an understanding of how treatment changes over time through roleplay practice at multiple stages of treatment
ABOUT the PRESENTERS
Meredith Charney, Ph.D Dr. Charney is currently a clinical psychologist at Maine Medical Center in the Portland Identification and Early Referral (PIER) program. https://ccsme.org/bio-meredith-charney>Read more
Rebecca Jaynes, LCPC Rebecca has been working as a clinician with the PIER Program since 2007, and has been providing training, supervision and consultation to communities throughout the US with the PIER Training Institute since 2010. https://ccsme.org/bio-rebecca-jaynes-lcpc>Read more
Sarah Lynch, LCSW Sarah is the Program Manager for the Portland Identification and Early Referral (PIER) Program, an early psychosis treatment program at Maine Medical Center. https://ccsme.org/bio-sarah-lynch-lcsw>Read more
- 3.5 contact hours for social workers, licensed clinical professional counselors, and behavioral health professionals
- 3.5 contact hours independent study Category I contact hours for Psychologists are provided. CCSME is a pre-approved sponsor and provider of Professional Education Activities for Psychologists.
- 3.5 contact hours CHES. CCSME is a designated provider of continuing education contact hours (CECH) in health education by the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc.