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Increasing Effectiveness of Your Therapy Skills with Team CBT

Process Therapy Institute
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The Feeling Good Institute practice a model of therapy called TEAM-CBT that was developed by David Burns, MD. TEAM (Testing, Empathy, Agenda Setting, Methods) Therapy is focused on providing empathy and compassion, melting away resistance to change, and identifying specific tools that lead to symptom relief. You can learn more about TEAM-CBT here:www.feelinggoodinstitute.com

Join PTI and the Feeling Good Institute in an experiential workshop focusing on Melting Away Resistance in CBT.

Using a combination of presentation, group, and dyadic role plays, clinicians will begin to familiarize and start to apply several helpful motivational tools in CBT.

About the Presenters:

Ellen A. Sande, LPCC (Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor)
Ellen describes her mission as bringing healing to people who are dealing with depression, anxiety, trauma, and interpersonal discord.
She enjoys working with teenagers, adults, couples, and families.
Ellen has been trained in a range of modalities, including the David Burns’ TEAM model (Level 4 Certification), Solution-Focused Brief Therapy for Couples, Solution-Focused Family Therapy, Gestalt Therapy, EMDR, and Psychodynamic Therapy. Her educational background includes a Masters Degree in Music from The New England Conservatory of Music, and a Masters Degree in Counseling Psychology from Seton Hall University.

Danielle Pinson Seybold, Associate Marriage and Family Therapist #103742.
Services: Individual therapy & couples counseling, Adults & adolescents
Specialties: Depression, life transitions, anxiety, relationship difficulties, self esteem, parenting, and mindfulness

PTI Brown Bag Lecture Series:
We endeavor to provide affordable, experiential, peer-to-peer learning opportunities for budding therapists and licensed professionals in a relaxed and comfortable atmosphere.

Please bring a lunch, your curiosity, and some business cards if you'd like. Restrooms are located outside Suite 102 in the courtyard hallway, and coffee, tea, water, and snacks are inside PTI's offices in the kitchen.

We ask for a $5-10 contribution to cover the cost of room rental, but will never turn anyone away for lack of funds.

Questions? Interested in referring or being a speaker? Contact PTI's Continuing Education Coordinator at mary.w.karver@gmail.com.