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Our newest CBT Clinical Demonstration on video DVD is titled: Building Resilience with Strengths-Based CBT (SKU: VRES. release date: 05/10/2015). This DVD illustrates our Strengths-Based CBT’s 4-step model to build resilience (Padesky & Mooney, 2012). Important phases of the interview are highlighted with chapter titles and paired with an audio voiceover narration in which Padesky describes the therapy processes and strategies that viewers can look for in the next segment. Her narrative guidance helps make this DVD an excellent teaching tool for therapists who want to learn to foster client resilience. To read more about this new clinical demonstration, visit our BUILDING RESILIENCE DETAILS PAGE.
Here's a review comment about Anxiety Disorders: Principles & Methods (ANX2): "I've already listened to several of Dr. Padesky's programs and they are all great quality and value. It has made my driving time an opportunity for acquiring new techniques that I have been able to implement into my practice."
Did you know that we provide some workshop handouts? Some are available now, but not for all programs.
A Step-by-Step Model of Collaborative Case Conceptualization (SKU: MCCC)
One reviewer said: I´m a trained and specialized psychologist and psychotherapist. I have found the step-by-step model of CCC very useful. It provided me with information about research, at a very useful level. The "present problem in a box - arrow in - arrow out" is a very useful model, which is presented in a way that makes it immediately understandable. And I´m very thrilled about Padeskey's focus on resilience and strengths in the clients, which is also presented in a very nice way in the program. (Anna Wejdemann)