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10488 Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Psychosis: An Individualized, Recovery-Oriented Approach




Course Description

Increase understanding of CBT for psychosis, an evidence-based method to reduce distress and disability related to experiences such as hearing voices, paranoia, and delusional beliefs. Learn to collaborate with people by “exploring the evidence” rather than imposing beliefs, using coherent strategies that can help people improve coping and take an active role toward recovery.

Sponsored by Portland State University.

Notes

This section is for NONCREDIT (CEUs) only. Please note that this section is only for Feb 17.

  • To register, please click on the [Add to Cart] button below. You will be prompted to sign in or create a free new student account during the check-out process.
  • To register for Feb 18 as well, please visit course 10489.
  • To register for credit, please visit course 46H3.
  • Please do NOT set up a Banweb student account. Banweb is for academic credit only and the $25 fee is nonrefundable.

Prerequisites

Registration for Day 2 of this training (Trauma, Dissociation, and Psychosis: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Other Approaches to Understanding and Recovery) is encouraged but not required.


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