Application of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (Co-Occurring Emphasis)

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is a general classification of psycho-therapy, based on social learning theory, which emphasizes how our thinking interacts with how we feel and what we do. It’s based on the premise that when a person experiences depression, anxiety, or anger that these stressors can be exacerbated, or maintained, by exaggerated or dysfunctional patterns of thought and that these patterns can be modified by reducing erroneous and maladaptive beliefs. A counselor using CBT helps a client to recognize their style of thinking and to modify it through the use of evidence and logic. Come join Dr. Malkin as she presents the evidence-based practice of CBT.

Educational Objectives

After attending the course, a participant will be able to:

• Describe an overview of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) principles
• Discuss case conceptualization and treatment planning utilizing a CBT approach
• Identify and discuss modifications to CBT treatment based on co-morbid/co-occurring diagnoses

Available Continuing Education:

— 3 hours —

Certified Health Education Specialist (CHES)

Certified Public Health (CPH)

DMH-Addiction Therapist

DMH- IDD

DMH-Licensed Administrator

DMH-Mental Health Therapist

Mississippi Association of Addiction Professionals (MAAP)

NBCC/LPC

Social Work

Presenter

Mallory Laine Malkin, Ph.D.

Location

MSPHI

829 Wilson Drive Suite C
Ridgeland MS 39157

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Date

Oct. 29, 2018

Time

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Presenter

Mallory Laine Malkin, Ph.D.

Location

MSPHI

829 Wilson Drive Suite C
Ridgeland MS 39157

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