BT03 Clinical Demonstration 01 - Experiential Engagement in Integrative Therapy - Jeffrey Zeig, PhD
1) To list three integrative methods in the demonstration.
2) Given a patient, propose an integrative treatment plan.
BT03 Clinical Demonstration 03 - Facilitating the Four-Stage Creative Process in Psychotherapy - Ernest Rossi, PhD
1) To name the essentials of a behavioral activity-dependent approach to creative work.
2) To list the four stages of the creative process in psychotherapy.
BT03 Clinical Demonstration 04 - Cognitive-Behavioral Techniques with Couples - Frank Dattilio, PhD
1) To identify maladaptive schemas and dysfunctional thoughts.
2) To describe how to integrate cognitive-behavioral skills into treatment.
BT03 Clinical Demonstration 05 - Connecting with the Inner Self in Psychotherapy - Stephen Gilligan, PhD
1) To describe how therapists can connect clients to a calm, centering inner state.
2) To describe how connection to the inner self can allow new resources and solutions to develop.
BT03 Clinical Demonstration 07 - Attunement as a Clinical Technique - Pat Love, EdD
1) To describe the clinical effectiveness of attunement.
2) Given a case, integrate the importance of attunement in clinical practice.
BT03 Clinical Demonstration 08 - Solution-Focused Supervision - Yvonne Dolan, MA
1) To identify two practical questions that are useful for solution- focused supervision.
2) To identify two criteria for maximizing therapist effectiveness through supervision.
BT03 Clinical Demonstration 09 - Possibilities and Probabilities in Hypnosis - Michael Yapko, PhD
1) To describe how hypnosis may enhance problem solving.
2) To describe how hypnosis may serve as a vehicle for building expectations of success.
BT03 Clinical Demonstration 10 - Strategic Treatment of Panic Disorder - R. Reid Wilson, PhD
1) To describe framing the treatment approach with a client with panic disorder.
2) To describe interoceptive exposure within the initial interview.
BT03 Clinical Demonstration 11 - Outframing Limiting Beliefs - Robert Dilts
1) To describe one method to help clients develop new perspectives with respect to limiting beliefs and assumptions.
2) To describe how to lead clients to reflect on themselves from different time frames and perceptual positions.
BT03 Clinical Demonstration 12 - Pain Control in Brief Therapy - Stephen Lankton, MSW, DAHB
1) To describe the use of three trance phenomena in the reduction of pain.
2) To describe how hypnosis for pain control can be introduced in brief therapy.