Advanced TEAM-CBT Training Course Towards Level 3 Certification
This intimate 12-week live interactive online course is designed to help clinicians with some background in TEAM-CBT master their skills to the level of Level 3 TEAM-CBT certification. Class format includes didactic training, live demonstrations and role-play practice exercises with opportunities for feedback throughout.
Lorraine Wong, Ph.D.
12 Thursdays starting February 23, 2023 | 12-1:45pm Pacific Time (3-4:45pm ET)
Offers 21 CE Hours*
Provides 24 TEAM-CBT Units towards Level 3 Certification
Therapist level: intermediate
Registration closes at 5:30pm Pacific Time on February 22, 2023 or when full
This intimate 12-week live interactive online course is designed to help clinicians with some background in TEAM-CBT master their skills to the level of Level 3 TEAM-CBT certification. Class format includes didactic training, live demonstrations and role-play practice exercises with opportunities for feedback throughout. This course is ideal for (but not limited to) therapists preparing for the TEAM-CBT level 3 skills verification interview (known as the oral exam).
Attendance at all 12 sessions and completion of CE survey after this course is required to receive CE certificate of completion.
Prerequisite: TEAM-CBT Certified Level 2 or equivalent (at least 20 hours of course training or 40 hours of training group in TEAM-CBT), clinicians who don’t meet this criteria but feel they may be a good fit are welcome to contact the course instructor: firstname.lastname@example.org
Following completion of this course you will be able to:
- Utilize evidence-based outcome measures to track your patients’ progress
- Review summary scores from pre- and post- session outcome measures
- Skillfully empathize with challenging patients
- Describe “the five steps of agenda setting” to address and decrease resistance in CBT
- Issue an “Invitation step” and “sit with open hands” when necessary
- Guide your patients in determining a specific problem to work on and a specific moment in time so as to make better use of CBT
- Determine & articulate the conceptualization of the patient’s problem
- Issue the “magic button and magic dial” techniques to reduce resistance and boost motivation
- Explore outcome resistance through the use of “positive reframing”
- Apply “dangling the carrot and sitting with open hands” to address process resistance
- Use “the gentle ultimatum” technique to address process resistance
- Describe the purpose of the recovery circle
- Articulate your reasoning for the selection of methods based on the conceptualization of the patient’s problem
- Set up and deliver the “Externalization of Voices” method to generate positive thoughts to counter a negative belief
- Set up and deliver the “Double Standard” technique to help patients combat self-critical thoughts
- Set up and deliver the “Feared Fantasy” technique to help patients combat social anxiety
- Select a cognitive behavioral method suited for the treatment of depression or anxiety and provide a thorough explanation for the purpose of the method.
- Disarm an angry patient
- Bring cognitive therapy role-playing methods to closure in order to facilitate patient learning
Session 1: Review a sample case that will be used throughout the course. Leader will demonstrate a role play of the pre-session BMS (outcome measure) for the current session & provide didactic instruction before having group members grade the demonstration with a scoring rubric.
Session 2: A demonstration and didactic training will be provided for review of the BMS and ETS (outcome measure and alliance measure) from the previous session.
Session 3: Didactic teaching as well as a demonstration of advanced empathy skills (the five secrets of effective communication) with an angry patient.
Session 4: Leader will demonstrate an invitation, sitting with open hands, and specificity (choosing a specific problem and a specific moment in time). Leader will teach conceptualization.
Session 5: Assessing and addressing outcome resistance – part 1. Leader will demonstrate the magic button, voicing outcome resistance by eliciting advantages and core values of the problem and the magic dial.
Session 6: Assessing and addressing outcome resistance – part 2. Additional demonstration of magic button, voicing resistance and magic dial steps to address resistance.
Session 7: Assessing and addressing process resistance with dangling the carrot, the gentle ultimatum and sitting with open hands will be demonstrated.
Session 8: Use of recovery circle and demonstration describing “failing as fast as we can.” Questions and answers about selection of methods.
Session 9: Demonstration, practice and feedback of the Double Standard Cognitive Role Playing method to help patients address self critical thoughts.
Session 10: Demonstration, practice and feedback of the Externalization of Voices Cognitive Role Playing Method to help patients address anxious and/or depressed thoughts.
Session 11: Demonstration, practice and feedback of the Feared Fantasy Exposure method to help patients address thoughts common in social anxiety.
Session 12: Demonstration of the TEAM-CBT Level Three Exam will take place to help participants learn how to integrate all of the learning from the course and to experience and practice the flow of a TEAM-CBT therapy session from beginning to end.
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Continuing Education Accreditation
*The Feeling Good Institute (FGI) is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. Feeling Good Institute maintains responsibility for this program and its content. Feeling Good Institute Inc. is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Psychology as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed psychologists #PSY-0175. This course has been approved by FGI as a NAADAC Approved Education Provider, for 21 CEs. NAADAC Provider #149212. The Feeling Good Institute (FGI) has been approved by NBCC as an Approved Continuing Education Provider, ACEP No. 6750. Programs that do not qualify for NBCC credit are clearly identified. FGI is solely responsible for all aspects of the programs. Feeling Good Institute, #1442, is approved as an ACE provider to offer social work continuing education by the Association of Social Work Boards (ASWB) Approved Continuing Education (ACE) program. Regulatory boards are the final authority on courses accepted for continuing education credit. ACE provider approval period: 05/30/2021-05/30/2024. Social workers completing this course receive 21 continuing education credits. Feeling Good Institute, Inc. is recognized by the New York State Education Department's State Board for Social Work as an approved provider of continuing education for licensed social workers #SW-0678. A certificate of attendance will be emailed to attendees who attend 100% of the training within a week of completion of the workshop survey. Individuals with disabilities requiring special accommodations please contact Dr. Maor Katz at email@example.com.
Lorraine Wong, PhD, is a Board Certified, licensed clinical psychologist with a private practice at The Feeling Good Institute in Mountain View, CA. She works with a wide range of emotional and interpersonal difficulties. Some of her areas of specialization include low self-esteem, anxiety, panic and disordered eating. She is a Level Four Certified TEAM-CBT therapist, which means she has extensive training in a cutting-edge CBT based treatment approach developed by David Burns, MD at Stanford University. She is also certified in Family Based Therapy (FBT), evidence-based treatment for eating disorders.
Refund and Cancellation Policy
Refunds are available for cancelations outside of a 14-day window prior to the beginning of a training event or course. All refunds are subject to a $50 processing fee. Within a 14-day window prior to the beginning of a training event or course, no refunds are available. For cancelations within this window, credit may be applied towards a future similar training within a year of the original purchase date.