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CC05 Workshop 17 - Cognitive-Behavioral Techniques in Couple and Family Therapy - Frank Dattilio, PhD

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Workshops |  Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) |  Couples Therapy |  Family Therapy
Couples Conference |  Couples Conference 2005
Frank Dattilio, PhD, ABPP
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Original Program Date:
Mar 06, 2005
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This workshop focuses on the specific use of cognitive-behavioral strategies as an adjunct to the many treatment modalities of family therapy. It offers a basic overview of the theories of cognitive-behavioral therapy, particularly as it applies to families. Participants will learn first-hand techniques and strategies for working with difficult families and how to integrate these strategies with their respective modes of treatment. Role-playing and case reviews will be used. A question and answer period will follow.

Educational Objectives:

  1. To name two cognitive-behavioral strategies that can be used with families.
  2. To describe two instances when the cognitive-behavioral strategies are not appropriate for family treatment.

*Sessions may be edited for content and to preserve confidentiality*



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FRANK DATTILIO, PhD, ABPP is a board certified clinical psychologist and marital and family therapist. He maintains a dual faculty position in the Department of Psychiatry at both Harvard Medical School and the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Dattilio is one of the leading figures in the world on Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. He is author of 230 professional publications, including 15 books. He also is the recipient of numerous state and national awards. His works have been translated into 25 languages and are used in 80 countries. His 2010 book is Family Therapy Homework Planner, co-authored with Louis J. Bevilacqua and Arthur E. Jongsma.