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Simplifying CBT Treatment:  An Introduction to the Unified Protocol


Registration deadline: July 21st

6 CEUs

Ryan Lindsay, MSW, LCSW
Assistant Dean for Social Work, Brown School

One of the complexities of being a therapist is selecting which treatments, for which disorders, and for what people are likely to be most effective. This has led to a proliferation of specific cognitive-behavioral protocols for treating anxiety disorders, post-traumatic stress disorders, depression, or other emotional disorders.

However, recent research has focused on the common elements and common treatment approaches that work across disorders, especially disorder classes like anxiety disorders and depressive disorders. These approaches are called transdiagnostic. This workshop will summarize a unified approach to treatment of emotional and behavioral disorders and will cover the principles that work across disorders. A central focus of the class will be the role that emotion regulation and dysregulation plays in creating problematic experiences.

Class size is limited to 45.

$100 General Admission
$60 Brown School Field Instructor
$20 Full-Time Graduate Student

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