Welcome to CBT Training! Time for an update – 2019 and remainder of 2018
2019 – Self-Practice/Self-Reflection Online Training in CBT and Compassion-Focused Therapy!
We have some exciting plans for 2019. For the first time, we’ll be offering online self-experiential training, based on our two recent self-practice/self-reflection (SP/SR books), Experiencing CBT from the Inside Out: A Self-Practice/Self-Reflection Workbook for Therapists (Bennett-Levy, Thwaites, Haarhoff & Perry, 2015); and Experiencing Compassion Focused Therapy from the Inside Out: A Self-Practice/Self-Reflection Workbook for Therapists (Kolts, Bell, Bennett-Levy & Irons, 2018).
If you are interested in either of these programs – we anticipate starting the first groups in early February 2019 – please register your interest at http://cbttraining.com.au/self-practice-self-reflection-program/ and we will contact you in the next few weeks. Having said this, it is possible you may have to wait for a little time to start a program, as there has already been a huge amount of interest.
James B-L and Tobyn Bell (two of the co-authors of the CFT Inside Out book) will offering one-day Introduction to Compassion Focused Therapy workshops for the AACBT in Brisbane (Oct. 24) and Adelaide (Nov 2). See https://www.aacbt.org.au/events/ for details about registration.
Tobyn will also be offering a one-day workshop for supervisors in Lismore: Developing your Internal Compassionate Supervisor
We are delighted to say Joan Farrell and Ida Shaw will be presenting a Therapist Self Reflection and Self Practice workshop for Schema Therapists in Byron Bay in May 2019. This is based on their book in the Self-practice/Self-Reflection Series Experiencing Schema Therapy from the Inside Out: A Self-Practice/Self-Reflection Workbook for Therapists (Farrell & Shaw, 2018). Please go to www.schematherapyaustralia.com.au for further details.
At this stage, we are unsure what other workshops we shall be offering in 2019. James B-L is potentially available to offer workshops in other parts of Australia, as he has been doing in 2018.