Understanding and Dealing with Co-morbidity in CBT
Presenting the December 4th upcoming training Webinar:
Rumination Focused CBT for Depression
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Unified and Experiential CBT: Foundation Intensive
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Help Teens & Young Adults Sleep Well: Practical, Evidence-Based Strategies
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The CBT training with Dr. Sanjay Rao absolutely revolutionized my clinical practice. Dr. Rao’s program taught me the experiential components of treatment to move stuck clients, including stubborn belief systems that were resistant to change in purely cognitive work.
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Dr. Sanjay Rao, Director of Unified CBT, is an experienced teacher and Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the University of Ottawa. In 2018 he was awarded a Fellowship by the Canadian Association of Cognitive Behavioral Therapies for his contribution to CBT in Canada. He has received an award from the Department of Health, UK for CBT development.
He has delivered over 250 workshops in Cognitive Behavioral Therapies, presented in national, international conferences and published in several scientific journals.
In most societies’, mothers are the centre of the circle of life. One of the best ways to practice prevention of mental health problems is to improve mothers’ mental health. Anxiety and depression are more common in women compared to men but women live longer than men. During pregnancy and after child delivery, about 13%
World Mental Health Special: How can we work our interventions better
The World Mental Health on October 10 is a recognition of the global importance of mental health. What is the relevance for Canada? First: The slogan ‘1 in 5’ is not enough We need to move beyond this oversimplification. Imagine saying to people with heart problems that they have a ‘physical health problem’ in common
Since social situations are variable with multiple factors at play, focusing on the imagery cognitions gives us the specificity to design the treatment. This may be a reason cognitive therapy was superior to exposure treatment in this study. There are, of course, other components to the treatment model, which contribute to its effectiveness.