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Perfectionism: A cognitive-behavioural approach

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Join Bespoke Mental Health Canada on Friday March 1st and March 8th 2024 at 9.00 a.m. -12.30 p.m. (PT), 12 p.m– 3.30 p.m. (ET) for full day workshop delivered over two half days by Dr Roz Shafran on treating perfectionism using CBT. 

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., March 1st, 2025). 

This workshop will provide practical skills in CBT for perfectionism. It will describe the difference between striving for excellence and perfectionism associated with mental health disorders such as eating disorders, anxiety and OCD. It will describe the core characteristics of perfectionism, information on how to identify it and provide measures that can be used in assessment.  The workshop will provide techniques to help derive a shared formulation of perfectionism and engage clients in interventions despite them highly valuing what they often perceive to be the benefits of perfectionism. Time will be spent on when perfectionism should be addressed in treatment, particularly when it arises in the context of other disorders. Finally, the role of therapist perfectionism in treatment outcome will be considered.

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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