Implementing Alternative Forms of CPT for PTSD, June 20, 2024, presented by Dr. Patricia Resick and Dr. Candice Monson, Online

Implementing Alternative Forms of CPT for PTSD, June 20, 2024, presented by Dr. Patricia Resick and Dr. Candice Monson, Online

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This workshop will be presented by one of the pioneers of CPT, Dr. Patricia Resick and co-author, Dr. Candice Monson!

Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) is a front-line recommended treatment for PTSD in multiple treatment guidelines worldwide. It was initially tested as a 12-session outpatient protocol with women who had suffered sexual assault. Since then, it has been tested with different genders who have suffered various types and multiple traumas. It has also been examined in low resource countries, within front-line practice, in different treatment contexts (e.g., telehealth, residential) and with individuals suffering ongoing trauma (e.g., war). CPT delivery has also evolved to include testing in different formats, including self-directed, text-based, personalized length, and intensive dosing.

In this workshop we will provide a brief history of the evolution of CPT to help participants understand the various modifications and contexts in which it has been found to be effective. We will then review client and clinician factors that predict dropout and outcomes from treatment. Various adaptations of CPT will be specifically presented and demonstrated, including CPT with and without trauma accounts, personalizing the dose of CPT, telehealth delivery, and cross-cultural adaptations. Role plays and video from cases will be used to facilitate this experiential workshop.

This workshop is suitable for healthcare practitioners and trainees in psychology, social work, nursing, counselling, medicine, and related fields.

Skill Level: Intermediate, Advanced (note that prior completion of a CPT for PTSD Foundational Training is strongly recommended).

Learning Objectives:

After this workshop, participants will be able to:

  1. Identify the evidence base supporting CPT as an evidence-based PTSD treatment.
  2. State factors that predict dropout and treatment response.
  3. Recognize how to implement personalized length treatment.
  4. Evaluate types and considerations for intensive CPT.
  5. Apply practical tips in delivering CPT via telehealth.
  6. Assess how CPT can be customized based on client response and equity, diversity, inclusion, and justice considerations.

Continuing Education: Candice Monson, PhD, is approved by the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) to offer Continuing Education credits to Canadian psychologists. This program offers 6 CE credits with full attendance. Partial CE credit is not offered. Candice Monson, PhD, maintains responsibility for the program. For U.S. clinicians or other related healthcare fields, it is the responsibility of attendees to determine if CE credit offered by Candice Monson, PhD meets the regulations of their licensing/certification board.

For additional information about this CE learning activity, please click here.

ACA/ADA:  For accommodations on the basis of disability, please email us at 

For additional information, including the workshop overview, speakers' bios, please download the workshop flyer here.

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