Next offered: November 2nd, 2018
Course attendees will receive a certificate of attendance from the Dept of Psychiatry, University of Ottawa.
Contrary to popular belief behavioural activation treatment (BAT) is not merely increasing activity levels. BAT is one of the evidence-based treatment for depression. Learn the insides of BAT from a practising academic clinician and teacher of cognitive behavioural therapy.
The course covers the theory and model for diagnosing and treating depression. Approach BAT through the functional analysis of avoidance and loss of rewards in depression. By understanding the skilled use of the activity diary, you will learn to identify ‘stuck’ points and effective treatment strategies to get clients unstuck.
The nuances of BAT rest in its simplicity and attention to detail. Avoid the common pitfall of techniques which may be incompatible with BAT formulation and approach.
The course will also describe how medication strategies interact with psychological treatments.
Dr Sanjay Rao is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Ottawa and Addl Professor of Psychiatry Dalhousie University. He has delivered over 250 workshops in CBT across UK, Canada and regularly presents at national and international conferences on CBT. He has expertise in the treatment of mood and anxiety disorders and was the clinical director of the mood and anxiety programme at the Royal Ottawa Mental Health Centre. He was also the Clinical Lead for Improving Access to Structured Psychotherapy Programme in Ottawa.
He is a trained specialist in consultation-liaison psychiatry and established services to serve clients who have co-occurring mental and physical conditions. He trains and supervises multidisciplinary teams including physicians, nurses, social workers, psychologists and counsellors and has been on the forefront of CBT training in Canada. He developed and delivered province-wide CBT training in Nova Scotia.
Dr.Rao has written and published on internet-based behavioural activation with has written a CIHR funded app for behavioural activation treatment of Depression.
Dr Rao has been recently awarded Fellowship of the Canadian Association of Cognitive and Behavioural Therapy (CACBT-ACTCC) for contribution to the dissemination of CBT in Canada.
Location: Courtside A, RA Centre. 2451 Riverside Dr. (Parking on site and free)
Time: 9:00-4:00 pm
Note: Coffee Breaks will be provided for in the morning and afternoon with light snacks. Lunch is not provided, however there are a number of options in the area.
Registration Fee: $249 +HST
Student Rate: $199.00 + HST (Note: Students send proof of being a student to firstname.lastname@example.org to receive your Discount Code)
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- Full refund minus $50.00 Admin fee until October 1st, 2018 at 4:00 pm.
- After October 1st, 2018 the refund will be for 50% of fee paid.
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