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Noah Clyman
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Program Director & Clinical Supervisor at NYC Cognitive Therapy, PC
Program Director & Clinical Supervisor at NYC Cognitive Therapy, PC

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NEWSFLASH - New dates & new flyer for Trial-Based Cognitive Therapy Workshop (TBCT). 

Now Approved for Social Work CEUs.

(Apologies for cross-posting).

A workshop flyer is attached, and a summary of the workshop is below.

Click here to register.

To learn more about TBCT and CBT, visit my website - here. 

Would you circulate this information to other clinicians who would be interested?

Best, Noah 
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Trial-Based Cognitive Therapy (TBCT) is a three-level, three-phase, case formulation approach, developed by Professor Irismar Reis de Oliveira at Federal University of Bahia, Brazil. TBCT's foundation is in cognitive therapy (CT); however, it has a unique approach to conceptualization and techniques that make it a distinct intervention in modifying patients' core beliefs, especially those about the self.
To know more about TBCT, read Dr. de Oliveira's new book Trial-Based Cognitive Therapy: A Manual for Clinicians, published by Routledge.
Training Objectives 


At the end of this predominantly practical training, attendees will be able to demonstrate that he/she can:
1) explain the cognitive model, utilizing the 3 levels and 3 phases of the Trial-Based Cognitive Therapy (TBCT) conceptualization diagram;
2) implement and explain the 14 steps of the Intra-personal Thought Record (Intra-TR);
3) implement and explain the 9 steps of the Inter-personal Thought Record (Inter-TR);
4) implement and explain the 7 steps of the Consensual Role-Play (CRP);
5) demonstrate the 7 steps of Trial-Based Thought Record (Trial I) to change one or more core beliefs;
6) demonstrate the 7 steps of the Trial-Based Metacognitive Awareness (Trial II) technique;
7) demonstrate the Participation Grid (PG) in working with events that produce guilt;
8) combine relaxation and the sailboat metaphor.

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We have a lot of well-meaning people panicking about Ebola. Why do people overestimate risk? Read the latest PsychologyToday blog by CBT expert Dr. Bob Leahy:
http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/anxiety-files/201410/how-panic-spreads-fears-ebola
Best, Noah

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