Thursday 28th and Friday 29th April 2022
A two day workshop for CBT-E practitioners
This workshop is suitable for all CBT-E practitioners. It is focused on developing competence in implementing key procedures in CBT-E. It will include experiential elements with a particular focus on developing practical skills. It is designed to complement CREDO’s web-based training programme. It will comprise a small group of delegates.
Detailed guidance on each of the procedures below will be provided, as well as guidance on therapist style of delivering CBT-E. Please be prepared to participate in role-play in the context of a supportive environment.
– Creating a Collaborative Formulation
– Body Checking
– Feeling Fat
– Food Avoidance
Please note that the first day will involve watching pre-recorded videos and responding to reflective questions, so this can be completed at a more convenient time if preferred and/or if time difference is a problem. The videos should take approximately two and a half hours to watch but please allow yourself extra time to complete the reflective questions and take breaks (suggested around 3 1/2 hours’ time). We advise that you watch the videos as close as possible in time to the second day of the workshop (Friday 29th) so that the material is fresh in your mind. We will discuss your responses to the reflection questions, respond to any additional questions, and engage in therapist/patient role plays during the second day of the workshop, which will be 09:30–14:30 GMT (UK time) online via Zoom.
Please note: if there is not sufficient interest for a particular date, we may need to cancel that workshop. In that instance, we will offer you an alternative date, if available. If you do not wish to attend another date, we will refund your payment in full.
In the future, we plan to deliver this training face-to-face, however due to current world circumstances we are unsure when that will be possible.
Please book early to avoid disappointment as spaces are limited.
For further details or booking information, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org