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Some clinicians make the mistake of thinking that CBT isn't for trauma.

Yet... trauma-informed CBT (TI-CBT) is considered a gold-standard treatment.

In this unique and expertly designed course you'll gain the education to give your clients the highest level of care and develop more confidence to treat the most challenging cases.

You'll learn a straight-forward protocol to use with diverse clients that helps them overcome negative thoughts, builds resiliency and creates mental flexibility around painful trauma narratives.

Join Robert Lusk, PhD, expert trauma therapist with over 30 years' experience, and learn through detailed case examples, current research and more.
 
  • Give clients control over their lives again through increased mental flexibility
  • Address body-based concerns by integrating mindfulness, somatic & affective therapies
  • Target stuck points and fears with tools from Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT), Prolonged Exposure & more
  • Simplify comorbidities and trauma diagnoses with updates from DSM-5™

PLUS, you'll get THREE free bonuses to help integrate CBT into ACT and Mindfulness!

Transform your practice with simple, essential skills that have a lasting impact on growing your client base and change your client's lives with ease!

Trauma-Informed CBT:
Help Traumatized Clients Change Their Thoughts
and Behaviors to Achieve Lasting Relief


A $524.95 Value
Own it now for $199.99 — Incredible Savings!
Plus, you'll learn to integrate CBT with Mindfulness, Somatic, Narrative and Affective Therapy techniques!
Earn up to 11.75 CE Hours included in the course tuition.
Click here for CE credit details | Click here for course objectives and outline
When you register now, you'll get:
 
  • ✓ Expert training, simplified instruction, and easy-to-implement techniques
  • ✓ Free eBook with over 50 tips, tools, and handouts for working with anxiety, depression, personality disorders, AND MORE!
  • ✓ Free eBook that clearly defines the principles of CBT
  • Unlimited access to trainings, printable guides, case studies, and other course materials
  • ✓ An interactive forum to share and consult with like-minded colleagues

Here's What You'll Learn...

Working with Trauma Survivors: Critical Variables when Identifying Trauma in Clients for Mental Health & Healthcare Professionals
Robert Lusk, PhD | Click here for information about Robert Lusk

Gain the education to identify and assess critical variables with trauma survivors. In a simple 1-hour module, you'll learn to:
 
  • Spot the differences between developmental, complex & other trauma types
  • Simplify diagnosis with updates from DSM-5™
  • Assess for co-occurring disorders
  • Interpret current research for improved clinical outcomes
  • Conceptualize treatment through a trauma phase framework

Trauma-Informed CBT: A Framework for Integrating Affective, Narrative & More Approaches
Robert Lusk, PhD | Click here for information about Robert Lusk

Refine your CBT skills and apply them to challenging trauma symptoms and presentations in all your clients. You'll walk away from this training with the concrete skills to:
 
  • Structure client sessions with a trans-diagnostic framework
  • Apply concepts from Cognitive Processing Therapy, Prolonged Exposure & more
  • Learn specific techniques from Mindfulness, Somatic & Affective Therapy
  • Disempower negative core beliefs & compensatory behaviors
 
Foundations of TI-CBT
  • History of CBT
  • Core assumptions of CBT
  • Mechanisms of change in CBT
    • Problematic core beliefs & doubt labels
  • The broad definition of "behavioral" in TI-CBT
  • Core emotional regulation issues
  • Universal Protocol (UP) & core skills
  • Two main types of Post-Trauma Treatment

TI-CBT: Conceptual and Research Basis
  • 3 Pillars of Trauma-Informed Care
  • TF-CBT: The 'gold standard' for trauma treatment
  • American Psychological Association Clinical Practice Guideline for the Treatment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) in Adults
    • Recommended models
      • Cognitive Processing Therapy
      • Prolonged Exposure Therapy
    • Suggested model: EMDR
  • Stages of Trauma Treatment applied to CBT
  • Assess client readiness, apply screens & measures

What Do TI-CBT Models Have in Common? The PRACTICE Acronym
  • P — Psychoeducation & Parenting skills (Stage One)
    • Cognitive Factors
  • R — Relaxation & coping techniques (Stage One)
  • A — Affective expression & regulation (Stage One)
  • C — Cognitive coping & processing (Stage One)
    • In CBT models, this is the majority of the focus (along with the narrative)
    • When the upsetting thought is accurate (often true for real-life problem areas involving basic needs), teach clients to create Action Plans to implement practical solutions
  • T — Trauma narrative & processing (Stage Two if needed)
  • I — In vivo (real life) exposure (Stage Two)
  • C — Conjoint parent/child sessions (All stages for youth)
  • E — Enhancing personal safety & future growth (Stage Three)

Diving into PRACTICE with Illustrative Case Examples
  • Building Affective Expression & Regulation Skills
  • Identify & express feelings
  • SUDs scales & zones of Regulation
  • Correcting Cognitive Distortions
  • The 5-step process
  • Most common targets of cognitive processing
  • The Franklin Method
  • Case #1: 14-year-old female sexual abuse survivor
  • Case #2: 35-year-old male who lost a child

Building a Treatment Plan (including Interventions & Methods for Evaluating Progress)
  • Stage One
    • Psychoeducation Goal & Objectives
    • Parenting Goal & Objectives (Youth)
    • Emotion Identification & Expression Goal & Objectives
    • Coping Skills & Emotional Regulation Goal & Objectives
    • Healthy Thinking Goal & Objectives
  • Stage Two
    • Arousal Modulation Goal & Objectives
    • Trauma Narrative/Exposure Goal & Objectives
  • Stage Three
    • Enhancing Personal Safety Goal & Objectives
    • Planning for Future Triggers Goal & Objectives

Interventions for Parents of Youth Trauma Survivors
  • Caregiver Emotional Control
  • Building Emotional Safety and Parenting Skills
  • Positive Discipline

Implementing Relaxation, Coping, and Grounding techniques
  • Behavioral and related strategies
  • Breathing retraining/controlled breathing
  • Movement-based strategies
  • Bruce Perry's Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics
  • Using Props/The Comfort Kit (with examples)
  • Cognitive strategies
  • Distraction
  • Mindfulness practice
  • Problem-solving

Implementing Stage Two & Three: The Trauma Narrative & Growth
  • But first . . . Stage One additional components
    • Safety plans
    • Trauma-specific areas of focus
  • Stage Two: Trauma Processing
    • Creating the trauma narrative
      • Methods
      • Process
    • When is your client done with Stage Two?
  • Stage Three
    • Enhancing personal safety & post-traumatic growth

Trauma-Sensitive CBT Training Course

$524.95 Value
Own it now for $199.99 Incredible Savings!
Plus, earn up to 11.75 CE Hours included in the course tuition.
Click here for CE credit details | Click here for course objectives and outline


BONUS — FREE CE SESSION AND E-BOOKS!
$249.99 VALUE — OWN THEM NOW!

 
Get a full training on CBT interventions for chronic depression and suicidality.
Plus, two eBooks with printable handouts, exercises and more!

 
Integrated CBT Treatment Techniques for Depression, Suicidal Ideations, & Other Co-Morbid Conditions
Integrated CBT Treatment Techniques for Depression, Suicidal Ideations, & Other Co-Morbid Conditions
David M. Pratt, PhD, MSW | Click here for information about David M. Pratt
 
A full six-hour training through self-paced, easy-to-follow modules guides you through the nuances of applying CBT to chronic depression and suicidality.

"FIRST AND SECOND WAVE" APPROACHES
  • Foundations of CBT
  • “First Wave” therapies
  • “Second Wave” therapies

"FIRST AND SECOND WAVE" CBT FOR THE DEPRESSED AND SUICIDAL CLIENT
  • Education: The CBT Model and depression
  • Mood Monitoring: Developing self-awareness
  • Behavioral Activation: Getting active again
  • Teaching Mindfulness Skills: Multi-sensory applications
  • Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT): The dialectic of acceptance vs. change
  • Mindfulness self-monitoring: Enhanced self-awareness
  • Mindfulness and Acceptance: Developing tolerance for distressful experiences
  • Acceptance vs. Change: Identifying and committing to personal values

EVIDENCE-BASED TREATMENTS FOR COMMON CO-MORBID CONDITIONS
  • Cognitive Restructuring: Healthy Thinking
  • Problem Solving: Overcoming "Learned Helplessness"
  • Social Skills Training: Essential social skills for relationship development
  • Wellness and Depression: Developing a healthy lifestyle to overcome depression
  • Using CBT Skills for suicide prevention and safety planning

"THIRD WAVE" ADVANCES IN CBT
  • Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT): Mindfulness vs. Meditation
  • Anxiety Disorders and Exposure Therapy
  • PTSD and "Prolonged Exposure"

INTEGRATING DEPRESSION AND CO-MORBID CONDITIONS WITH THE COMPLICATED CLIENT
  • Evaluation and case conceptualization
  • Prioritizing treatment
  • Treatment phases and juxtaposing interventions
  • Enhanced skills-based suicide prevention and safety planning
CBT Certification Online Training
The CBT Flip Chart: An Evidence-Based Psychoeducational Tool for Anxiety, Depression, Stress, Insomnia, PTSD, and More
Seth Gillihan, PhD | Click here for information about Seth Gillihan
 
You'll find this downloadable eBook to be a go-to for easy-to-understand and implement interventions that make it easier to share CBT techniques with clients. Intended for use in sessions, this simple, user-friendly format includes:
  • 27 full-color diagrams on client-facing pages
  • Additional explanations and examples on each corresponding therapist-facing page
  • White-board client pages for easy mark-up and reuse

With The CBT Flip Chart, clients will learn the fundamental concepts of mindfulness-centered CBT, such as:
  • The interconnections among thoughts, feelings, and behavior
  • Cognitive distortions
  • Behavioral activation
  • Exposure therapy
  • Mindfulness in daily activities

The pages that follow demonstrate how CBT is used in the treatment of specific conditions your clients are facing, including:
  • Overwhelming stress
  • Depression
  • Worry
  • Procrastination
  • Social anxiety
  • Panic
  • Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
  • Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
  • Problematic anger
  • Insomnia
Free CEUs
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy & Mindfulness Toolbox: 50 Tips, Tools and Handouts for Anxiety, Stress, Depression, Personality and Mood Disorders
Richard Sears, PsyD, PhD, MBA, ABPP | Click here for information about Richard Sears
 
This downloadable eBook is a practical, engaging skills manual that clearly defines the principles of CBT and then demonstrates steps for integrating mindfulness practices into therapy — all drawing from the latest research. Straight-forward explanations and dozens of worksheets provide fresh insights and new tools to move therapy forward when treating stress, anxiety, panic, depression, pain, trauma, addictions, and other issues.


CBT for Trauma Training

$524.95 Value
Own it now for $199.99 — Incredible Savings!

Frequently Asked Questions

This comprehensive training covers the basics of trauma-informed therapy and the foundations of CBT, and helps you to advance your skill set. Whether you know just the basics of using cognitive approaches or you've been using them for years, you'll enhance your skills and walk away from the training with refined skills that won't let your career or your clients down.

PLUS, you're going to learn to integrate Mindfulness, Cognitive Processing, Somatic, Narrative Therapy approaches, and more into CBT.

This training presents hands-on, experiential learning through extended case studies, assessment tools, customizable interventions, and more. If you're like most clinicians, you've learned about CBT in school but may not really know the ins-and-outs of this approach, especially for trauma clients. Take this opportunity to transform what you've read in books into concrete interventions that change your clients' lives.

Whether you have limited training and education using CBT or if you've been using it for years, this course will benefit you, your clients, and your practice.

With over 12 hours of online video training, role-plays, insightful commentary, interventions, and examples, you will have compelling new clinical strategies that you can immediately start applying in your practice! We encourage you to take the time to fully absorb everything. Watch the videos. Read the materials. Get your CE hours!

But if you review all of the course materials and are still not satisfied, give us a call at 800-844-8260. Your satisfaction is guaranteed.

Yes! Once you register for this self-paced course, you will have unlimited access to all the materials — including slides, handouts, worksheets and more.
 
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Register for this intensive training course without risk. If you're not completely satisfied, give us a call at 800-844-8260.

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Trauma-Informed CBT:
Help Traumatized Clients Change Their Thoughts
and Behaviors to Achieve Lasting Relief


$524.95 Value
Own it now for $199.99 — Incredible Savings!
Plus, earn up to 11.75 CE Hours included in the course tuition.
Click here for CE credit details | Click here for course objectives and outline

NOTE: No additional discounts or coupons may be applied to this course.
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