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CPT is an effective cognitive behavioural treatment for PTSD with a focus on assisting a client to process and modify their beliefs related to the traumatic event.
If you are looking to learn an evidence-based therapy for PTSD, Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) offers an alternative to exposure-based therapy.
With the aid of expert video demonstrations and skills rehearsal, this interactive training program consists of a two-day workshop and three follow-up consultations. This will give you the skills and confidence to deliver CPT to people affected by a wide range of traumatic events. A comprehensive treatment manual* including client handouts is provided.
- The theoretical basis for CPT
- Delivering CPT: session by session
- Rehearsal of key CPT skills
- Addressing common difficulties in therapy
- Managing comorbid mental health conditions
- Treating complex PTSD
Who should attend?
Specialist mental health providers who provide treatment and support services to adults with PTSD.
2 day workshop followed by three small-group consultations with an expert trainer via teleconference.
Continuing Professional Development
The training program provides a total of 17 CPD hours – the two-day workshop provides 14 hours, and the consultations a further 3 hours.
Refunds and cancellation
Please understand, as a not-for-profit, our cancellation policies are necessary to ensure the viability of our workshops, as delivery is dependent on minimum numbers. Phoenix Australia provides a full refund if cancellation is received 20 business days prior to the workshop date. For full cancellation & refund details please click here https://www.phoenixaustralia.org/training-cancellation-and-refund-policy/.
*Cognitive Processing Therapy for PTSD: A Comprehensive Manual
Patricia A. Resick, Candice M. Monson, and Kathleen M. Chard