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COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY
From its roots in Stoic philosophy to its refinement by Adler, Beck and Ellis (RET), Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) is one of the most widely practiced evidence based treatment approach for mental health disorders. The main principal behind CBT is that the thoughts and beliefs of individuals, families, work groups, religions and societies affect how they operate in very powerful ways. Mistaken beliefs and negativistic thinking can both contribute to and maintain negative behavioral patterns, interactions, and even mental illness (Sexton, 2003). CBT works on changing negative thought patterns into reality based ones that result in positive, constructive behavior changes.

Norman C. Dasenbrook, MS, LCPC has been practicing various forms of RET and CBT for over 35 years. He has practiced CBT working as a counselor with the chronic mentally ill in an outpatient community mental health center, as a clinical director of an outpatient substance abuse center, divorce mediator, employee assistance program provider, counselor in private practice and as well as an organizational consultant working with business and industry. Norm will discuss the theory of CBT in a way that can be applied by clinicians and clients alike. Moreover, he will present his most effective CBT based techniques used to treat depression, anxiety, ADHD, and assist businesses in cultural change and developing high functioning work teams.

This workshop is presented as a online webinar.

1CE will be awarded

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