Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is one of the most effective evidence-based treatments for chronic and recurring mental health issues, making it no surprise that CBT is the most widely used form of psychotherapy in the United States.
But when clients are suffering with really challenging issues, like deep-rooted developmental trauma, destructive relational patterns, and perfectionistic and rigid belief systems, it can make the therapeutic process feel like it’s going in circles…
... and you often end up working harder than the client to effect change.
In this training, Amy Van Arsdale, PhD and CBT expert, will show integrating CBT and Schema therapy interventions can help you overcome common obstacles to client progress and what to do when your initial interventions don’t work. Through use of clinical cases and videos, you will walk away with a set of CBT and Schema Therapy clinical tools to enhance your practice and breakthrough some of your toughest cases.
In this training, you will also learn:
Leave this training with specific CBT and Schema Therapy tools to confidently and consistently treat your most difficult and resistant clients!
Planning Committee Disclosure - No relevant relationships
All members of the PESI, Inc. planning committee have provided disclosures of financial relationships with ineligible organizations and any relevant non-financial relationships prior to planning content for this activity. None of the committee members had relevant financial relationships with ineligible companies or other potentially biasing relationships to disclose to learners. For speaker disclosures, please see the faculty biography.
This online program is worth 6.25 hours CPD.
|Number of pages
|Manual - Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (1.6 MB)
|Available after Purchase
Dr. Amy Van Arsdale, is a licensed psychologist with over 15 years of clinical experience. In her private practice, she provides individual therapy, couples therapy, and career counseling. She identifies as an integrative practitioner and specializes in perinatal mental health and vocational psychology. CBT is the foundation of her practice, which she routinely integrates with approaches such as interpersonal, Schema, and multicultural therapy. In her career, Dr. Van Arsdale has worked successfully with patients on a range of concerns including relationship issues, pregnancy and perinatal mental health, career problems, adjustment issues, trauma, mood/anxiety disorders, and other matters.
Dr. Van Arsdale earned a PhD in Counseling Psychology rom the University of Florida and received post-graduate clinical training in Perinatal Mental Health at the Postpartum Stress Center in Rosemont, PA. Active in the psychology community, Dr. Van Arsdale currently serves on the Board of Directors of Division 42 (Independent Practice) of the American Psychological Association and has presented at over twenty national and international conferences. Her work has been published in Practice Innovations, Psychotherapy Research, and The Counseling Psychologist, among others, and she is in the process of co-authoring a chapter in the forthcoming International Handbook of Perinatal Mental Health Disorders. In addition to clinical work, Dr. Van Arsdale enjoys teaching. A former professor at Marymount University, she currently provides clinical supervision to doctoral students at the University of Denver Graduate School of Professional Psychology and trains therapists, psychologists and psychiatric residents in Cognitive-Behavior Therapy. She has been a PESI speaker since 2016.
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