A cognitive-behavioral approach is a foundational model for working with clients demonstrating behaviors which contradict their desired outcomes. This course looks at the Behavioral and Cognitive components separately as well as how they both work together to prevent and treat self defeating behaviors while helping clients develop pro-social replacements that are conducive to realizing goals and objectives.
This program teaches professionals skills for unitilizing approved manualized journaling instruments to enhance staff efficacy in helping their clients successfully achieve desired outcomes, prevent recidivism and minimize the propensity for relapse.
Participants are taught to utilize top evidence-based journaling resources.
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“I loved the facilitator. She did an amazing job and kept us engaged at all times. I also was a big fan of the Zoom rooms for breakout sessions. I really learned a lot and can't wait to implement this into our treatment groups.”
“There were a few points that I enjoyed from this training. She was great, I won’t lie, I was scared of a virtual training, and I believe I got more from this training than I’ve gotten from others! The topic was very interesting and required participation from everyone. The Zoom rooms were awesome and made the training even better because you got to talk in smaller groups with people that we may have never spoken to before at any trainings or meetings. I think having a few participants that currently use Seeking Safety was great because she couldn’t be in all groups at one time but other participants that were familiar could help with the smaller groups and give more first hand experience.”
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