Christine A. Padesky, PhD
3 Audio CDs • Clinical workshop
Cognitive Therapy for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
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This audio program was edited in 2006 and is consistent with current CBT standards of treatment.
Why do most people recover naturally from trauma over time and yet others experience persistent trauma response?
Learn the updated cognitive theory of PTSD derived from empirical findings. This theory emphasizes the role of memory and beliefs about trauma events and symptoms.
Also identified are the common strategies used to cope with trauma that may actually contribute to the maintenance of PTSD.
With vivid case examples, Dr. Padesky illustrates in detail the revised Cognitive Therapy treatment protocol developed by Ehlers and Clark at the Institute of Psychiatry in London, England.
Learn about the importance of and how to identify "hotspots" in memories and imagery.
The clarity of this new model can help both novice and experienced therapists focus on the pivotal beliefs that maintain PTSD.
Unedited Original Program
Disc 1 of 3
1. 09:42 min
2. 10:21 min
3. 08:01 min
4. 12:33 min
5. 08:38 min
Disc 2 of 3
1. 09:21 min
2. 11:21 min
3. 12:32 min
4. 10:38 min
5. 08:49 min
Disc 3 of 3
1. 11:40 min
2. 13:41 min
3. 10:25 min
4. 10:28 min
5. 10:04 min