Understand the Cognitive Models of PTSD;
Learn how to Assess Cognitions in TF-CBT clients;
Understand the Trauma and Attachment Belief Scale (TABS);
Understand the Personal Beliefs and Reactions Scale (PBRS);
Understand the World Assumptions Scale (the WAS);
Understand the Post-traumatic Cognitions Inventory (PTCI);  
Learn the etiology of Trauma and its Interpersonal, Physiological, Social, Economic, and Long lasting Effects;
Learn the purpose, structure and techniques for Functional Analytic Assessment in Trauma Treatment;
Learn the Importance of Fostering Attitudes of Acceptance in TF-CBT;
Learn How TF-CBT Fosters Cultural Competence; 
Become Competent in Fostering the Ability to Talk About Traumatic Events in TF-CBT Clients;
Learn Client Selection Criteria for TF-CBT; 

Registration Now Closed for Oct/17 Start Date

Role of Family Therapy for Adults with Post Trauma;
Master Therapeutic Materials and Activities Used in TF-CBT;
Learn Importance of Time Requirements and Adjusting Session Length in TF-CBT Treatment; 
Learn Skill Acquisition for Trauma Therapists;
Learn How to Sustain TF-CBT Fidelity and Avoid “Drift”;
Learn to Balance Fidelity and Flexibility in TF-CBT;
Learn to Consider Fidelity Issues with Novice vs. Experienced Therapists in TF-CBT;
Learn Factors in Meeting Fidelity Standards in TF-CBT;
Learn how to Address Comorbidity in TF-CBT Clients; 
Learn How to Provide TF-CBT for Multiple Trauma Events;
Learn How Prolonged Exposure Treatment is Used with PTSD;
Learn How Cognitive Processing Therapy (CPT) is Used in the Treatment of Rape and other Sexual Assaults;
Learn Session by Session Structure of  CPT with a fictional Case Study client, Jane Jones;
Learn the Basics of Setting up a Trauma Service.  

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​Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Program Pre-Approved by the Canadian Counselling & Psychotherapy Association for 80 Credit Hours

Event Code 64931045

​Pre-Approved by the Canadian Addiction Counsellors Certification Federation for 75 CORE CEU Hours 


This intense and fast-paced course is open to those who have a strong background in mental health and illness and basic knowledge of CBT.


While everyone who goes through a traumatic event will not develop post-traumatic symptoms, many of those who experience interpersonal trauma, traffic collisions, warfare, and other perceived threats to life and well-being do. The symptoms experienced may include disturbing thoughts, feelings, or dreams related to the events, mental or physical distress to trauma-related cues, attempts to avoid trauma-related cues, alterations in how a person thinks and feels, and increased arousal. These symptoms last for more than a month after the event. This course is designed to help mental health professional develop a better understanding of post-trauma and its treatment. ​​

Your questions are always welcome!
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To Register:

Fax your Registration to the number provided on the Form,
or Scan and Email to:
registration@ccclearningsolutions.com


http://www.counselcarecanadalearningsolutions.com


What Will I Learn in This Course? 

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Education and Training for the World in Which You Practice!


October  Intake (Now Registering)

October 16, 2017 to April 12, 2017
$1675 + HST: Early Bird Discount ($100) for Registration and payment before September 6

​Registration Deadline: September 25, 2017


We specialize in online learning in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for mental (and physical) health professionals.  We realize that educating professionals in CBT significantly expands the health and wellness resources available to healthcare clients.

You will work in small collaborative groups within a larger class. In fact, you can register with a group of 6-8 peers and expect to complete the entire program with that same group. Alternately, you can register individually and work with people from across the country and beyond. Your collaborative learning groups will facilitate the development of critical thinking skills, the co-creation of knowledge, meaning, reflection, and transformative learning. Reciprocal scaffolding (Holton and Thomas, 2006) is utilized where collaboratively working groups are provided with opportunities to learn from the experiences and knowledge of each other.

This online program consists of weekly video lectures, weekly discussion, frequent electronic quizzes to keep you on-track, group Case Studies, and meetings with your facilitator via  Skype/Adobe Connect.


Holton, D., and Clark, D. (2006). Scaffolding and metacognition. International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology, 37, 127-143.​

How Will I Learn It? 

Participants will learn:

How PTSD and ASD are assessed and diagnosed;

The treatment of ASD and Prevention of Chronic PTSD;
Acute Interventions for Children and Adolescents;
Early Cognitive-Behavioral Interventions for Adults;
Treatment for Chronic PTSD;
School-Based Treatment for Children and Adolescents
Psychosocial Rehabilitation.