Margaret Notar, MSW, RSW
Faculty of Social Work at Wilfrid Laurier University
120 Duke Street West, Kitchener
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) is a popular clinical model that can be a helpful tool when working with individuals, families and groups. Because its impact tends to be more easily measured than some other clinical treatments, it is one of the most recommended therapies and is often the key method referred to when research refers to "evidence-based practice".
This introductory workshop will review both cognitive and behavioural techniques, with time allotted for demonstration, practice and discussion of case application. Beginning clinicians, as well as those who are newer to CBT, will increase their confidence in identifying when and how to apply these strategies. A variety of teaching tools including PowerPoint, discussion, film and triad work will help us move throughout the day.
Note: This workshop cannot be used toward the CBT certificate.
Lynne Jordan, Coordinator, Professional Development
T: 519.884.0710 x5265