Master Series in Clinical Practice
Jointly sponsored by The Continuing Education Program at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, a Major Teaching Hospital of Harvard Medical School; Boston Psychoanalytic Society and Institute; and the Massachusetts School of Professional Psychology.
The Master Series affords the chance to spend a complete day with leaders in our field to consider the unique perspective each speaker brings to the challenging dilemmas in both theory and practice. We hope that you will consider joining us for the entire series at a reduced tuition or choose the programs most relevant to your own practice.
Robert Goisman, M.D., instructor
This program will serve as an introduction to the expanding field of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT). Designed particularly for the clinician without a significant background in this form of psychotherapy, this course will provide a review of the development of CBT and an overview of its use in the treatment of anxiety disorders, mood disorders, borderline personality disorder, and psychotic disorders. Basic methods common to all cognitive-behavioral therapies such as exposure, skill deficit remediation, cognitive restructuring, contingency management, and stimulus control will be discussed in detail. The relationship of CBT to psychodynamic psychotherapy will also be considered. The course is most likely to be useful to clinicians working in outpatient or partial hospital settings, but it will be applicable to inpatient work as well. Other than perhaps regarding some mild anxiety during role-playing, this course is unlikely to be experienced as stressful by attendees.
Upon completion of the program, the student will be able to:
· Discuss the history and development of CBT
· Describe CBT approaches to anxiety disorders, mood disorders, borderline personality disorder, and psychotic disorders
· Define exposure, cognitive restructuring, skill deficit remediation, contingency management, and stimulus control as they apply to the practice of cognitive-behavioral therapy
· Discuss issues in the relationship between CBT and psychodynamic psychotherapy.
Program Code: MS70
6 CE/CME Credits
Location: at MSPP, Newton
Robert M. Goisman, M.D., is Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School. He is a Founding Fellow and Certified Trainer/Consultant of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy and a Distinguished Life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. He has been teaching, writing, and practicing cognitive-behavioral therapy since 1977, particularly emphasizing anxiety disorders and psychotic disorders. Formerly Director of Medical Student Education at the Massachusetts Mental Health Center in Boston, Dr. Goisman has received teaching awards from Harvard Medical School and the American Psychiatric Association and the 2000 Outstanding Psychiatrists Award for Public Sector Service from the Massachusetts Psychiatric Society.
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|Cost per program
|Doctoral Level Professionals
|Master’s Level Professionals
|Fellows, Interns, Students,
Unemployed & Retired Professionals
*Only for Master Series attendees who register for multiple dates at the same time.
Event Type:Continuing Education Program
Category:Master Series (Clinical)
|Early registration ends on Aug 13, 2013.|
Regular registration starts on Aug 14, 2013 and ends on May 26, 2014.
Late registration starts on May 27, 2014.
| Doctoral Level Professionals|
|Member Fee: ||$225.00||$225.00||$225.00 |
|Non-Member Fee: ||$225.00||$225.00||$225.00|
| Master's Level Professionals|
|Member Fee: ||$195.00||$195.00||$195.00 |
|Non-Member Fee: ||$195.00||$195.00||$195.00|
| Fellow's, Interns, Students, Unemployed & Retired Professionals|
|Member Fee: ||$115.00||$115.00||$115.00 |
|Non-Member Fee: ||$115.00||$115.00||$115.00|