Saturday 3 June 2017
9am - 11am (local time Hobart, Australia)
Online - Zoom
Trainer: Bruno Cayoun
If the course is full, please join the waiting list and we will contact you if a place becomes available.
Providing a sound rationale to clients is an important feature of all CBT-related programmes because of the need to engage clients in active participation. However, discomfort, reactivity, drowsiness, doubts, misunderstandings, and practice avoidance are all typical and expected challenges that new clients encounter in the early stages of MiCBT. Accordingly, it is important to provide clients evidence of their existing strengths and self-efficacy in order to increase their engagement in the programme and decrease the probability of dropping out.
To this end, delivering the rationale experientially is a great asset, as it immediately demonstrates to clients that they have the potential to decrease suffering if they learn to be equanimous. Nonetheless, this experiential delivery is an exposure method that requires guidance and skills that often take years to mature fully. This master class will highlight the typical traps that clinicians encounter and provide detailed guidance for successful implementation.
To ascertain a timely, focused and content-efficient delivery, masterclasses do not offer online interactions during the event, so you are very much encouraged to send any related questions you may have, via the dedicated online form following your registration. Please note that questions are read anonymously and there will be no way for the participants to know who asked the questions. For a general overview the master classes (process, pre-requisites, CPD, etc.), please read the General Overview on the previous page.
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