The U-M Psychological Clinic is hosting a four-day CBASP workshop for mental health providers Friday, April 24 to Monday, April 27, 2020. Registration is open now.
The workshop will focus on the fundamentals of the Cognitive Behavioral Analysis System of Psychotherapy (CBASP), with an emphasis on adaptations that provide a trauma-informed approach. This opportunity is for clinicians interested in learning more about CBASP and trauma-informed approaches. The workshop will also help those seeking CBASP certification. Dr. Todd Favorite, Psychological Clinic Director; Dr. Massimo Tarsia, President of the International CBASP Society; and Dr. James P. McCullough (via teleconference), Developer of CBASP, are leading the event.
What is CBASP?
CBASP is the evidence-based treatment for Persistent Depression Disorder. However, a significant number of individuals experiencing chronic depression report co-morbid symptoms related to trauma, which is addressed in this workshop. This workshop provides the content and experiential learning required for the CPASP mentorship and certification. Additionally, participants can request CEUs.
The workshop is sponsored by the Mary A. Rackham Institute, the Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration, and the Michigan Medicine Department of Psychiatry.
What: 4-day workshop exploring CBASP from a trauma-informed perspective.
When: Friday, April 24 – Monday, April 27, 2020
Where: University of Michigan Central Campus, Rackham Graduate School 915 East Washington St. Ann Arbor, MI 48109
Cost: $850 ($50 discount when you register by Feb. 29.) CEUs available by request.