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Cognitive Therapy for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

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Join Bespoke Mental Health Canada on Friday May 31st 2024 at 8.00 a.m. -3.30 p.m. (PT), 11 a.m– 6.30 p.m. (ET) for full day workshop delivered by Dr Anke Ehlers on Cognitive Therapy for PTSD.

Can’t attend on that date? Just book to watch it ‘on-demand’ at a time that suits you. Available to watch for one year from event (i.e., until May 31st 2025).

This workshop builds on Ehlers and Clark’s (2000) cognitive model of PTSD. This model suggests that people with PTSD perceive a serious internal or external current threat that has two sources; excessively negative appraisals (personal meanings) of the trauma and/or its aftermath; characteristics of trauma memories that lead to re-experiencing symptoms. The problem is maintained by cognitive strategies (such as thought suppression, rumination, safety-seeking behaviours) that are intended to reduce the perceived current threat, but actually maintain the problem by preventing change in the appraisals and trauma memory. The workshop will describe how to deliver core interventions of CT-PTSD, including updating memories, trigger discrimination and behavioural experiments, and present video illustrations.

Bespoke Mental Health Canada is approved by the Canadian Psychological Association to offer continuing education for psychologists. Participants who complete this workshop (either live or on-demand) are eligible to receive 6 CE credits.


Professionals: $175.00 CAD + tax
Students: $140.00 CAD + tax

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