Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Theory, Principle and Application in Occupational Therapy

Part I: The Theory and Principle of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Day 1: 6th November, 2010(Saturday) (14:30-18:00pm)

14:30-14:45

Introduction & overview of workshop

14:45-15:35

What is CBT?

Major characteristics of CBT
Theoretical background & development history

15:35-15:55

Break

15:55-17:00

Learning theory: basis of behavioral therapy
   - classical & operant conditioning
  - social modelling
Key principles of behavior therapy

17:00-17:10

Break

17:10-18:00

Key concepts in behavior therapy
   - behavioral assessment concepts and examples

Day 2: 7th November, 2010 (Sunday)(9:30-13:00&14:30-17:30)

09:30-10:30

Behavior therapy:
Principles of relaxation training and systematic desensitization

10:30-10:45

Break

10:45-12:00

Behavior therapy:
Principles of behavior rehearsal, cognitive   relabeling, reinforcement procedures

12:00-12:10

Break

12:10-13:00

Key principles of cognitive therapy

13:00-14:30

Lunch

14:30-15:15

Theoretical underpinnings of cognitive therapy

15:15-16:00

Key concepts in cognitive therapy

 - automatic thoughts

 - emotions identification

16:00-16:15

Break

16:15-17:00

key concepts in Cognitive therapy:
  - intermediate beliefs & schemas
  - core beliefs

17:00-17:15

The therapeutic relationship

17:15-17:30

Wrap-up

 

Recommended text:
(1) Goldfried, M. R. & Davidson, G. C. (1994).  Clinical behavior therapy.  New York; John  

Wiley & Sons.

(2) Beck, J. S. (1995). Cognitive therapy:  Basics and beyond.  New York; Guilford Press