SOLD OUT: CPT for PTSD 2-Day Workshop (January 18 & 19, 2021)
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This workshop is sold out, but a new one is coming available in April. Please click this link for additional information.
Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) for PTSD is a recommended first line therapy in current treatment guidelines world-wide. This 2-day workshop serves as a foundational training in CPT, highlighting the most recent research and changes in the protocol with the recent publication of the comprehensive manual (Resick, Monson, & Chard, 2017). Participants will receive instruction in the theoretical underpinnings of CPT to facilitate individual case conceptualization, session-by-session review of the protocol, demonstrations with video-recorded materials from actual cases, personal experience with the therapy materials through role-plays, and discussion of common problems encountered.
This workshop is suitable for healthcare practitioners and trainees in psychology, social work, nursing, counselling, medicine, and related fields.
Course materials: Participants are encouraged to read the latest version of the CPT manual prior to attending the workshop, available at Guilford Press here.
CPT Consultation: Opportunity for additional learning via post-workshop consultation will be discussed during the training, including information related to achieving CPT Provider status. For details about structure and cost, please click here.
Continuing Education: Dr. Candice M. Monson is approved by the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) to offer continuing education for psychologists. Dr. Candice M. Monson maintains responsibility for the program. For other licensed professionals, please check with your licensing board to determine acceptability of CPA CE credits for this learning activity. This program offers 12 CE credits with full attendance. For more information about CEs, please click here.
Cancellation Policy: Refunds are subject to a $50 cancellation fee; no refunds are offered after January 11, 2021.
Additional information about the workshop, including Dr. Shnaider’s bio and learning objectives, is available here.