This two-day workshop, presented on consecutive Mondays, will provide participants with an introduction to cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) principles that can be used in working with young people experiencing psychotic disorders. The workshop will use multimedia and interactive formats, and include didactic elements, case studies, and skills-based work.
At the end of the workshop, participants will be able to:
- describe the theory and rationale underpinning the CBT model;
- outline the evidence base for the use of CBT with people experiencing psychotic disorders;
- complete a cognitive behavioural case formulation;
- identify strategies for effective provision of psycho-education;
- discuss the role of trauma in work with young people with psychosis;
- identify strategies in working with young people experiencing hallucinations; and
- describe how to work effectively and compassionately with people experiencing delusions.
Day one: Monday, 19 October 2020
Day two: Monday, 26 October 2020
Due to COVID-19 outbreak, we will be delivering this workshop online.
The dates and times of delivery will be the same.
The training will comprise didactic and interactive experiential sessions. The workshop will include PowerPoint slides, video clips, online documents, and both large and small group discussions. Regular short breaks will be included throughout the training.
Participants will need a computer, laptop or tablet with internet access and a working camera and microphone to take part in the workshop.
Handouts and the Zoom meeting link will be sent to participants via email prior to the workshop.