Through our Cognitive Behavior Training Institute, mental health professionals participate in a 2-year training program designed to advance their expertise and experience in the understanding of and provision of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy with children and adolescents. The Institute provides both didactic training and consultation/case discussion. Trainings take place every other month and last 3 hours and 15 minutes (3 hours of instruction with a 15 minute break). Small group consultation sessions occur during the alternate months and last 90 minutes. No meetings are scheduled during the months of July and August. Participants will receive a continuing education certificate for each didactic presentation that they attend either online or in person. Participants who complete at least 75% of the total institute training hours will receive a Certificate of Completion at the end of the two-year institute. Each group is led by an experienced Alvord Baker & Associates therapist with expertise in CBT. For additional information, contact our Professional Development coordinator, Dr. Keri Linas (301) 593-6554 ext. 58, or email: email@example.com
Those who register by July 31, 2016, will receive a free 3-hour continuing education seminar offered by Alvord, Baker & Associates. Our course offerings are typically scheduled between September and June . The list will be available soon.
To register online, click here.
Download information and mail-in registration: PDF.
The following is our didactic seminar schedule for the 2016-2018 CBT training:
|10/14/2016||Theoretical and Practical Introduction |
to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
|Mary Alvord, Ph.D
|Cognitive Behavioral Treatment of Childhood |
|Bonnie Zucker, Psy.D.
|2/10/2017||Application of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for |
Specific Childhood Anxiety Disorders
|Kelly O’Brien, Ph.D.
|4/21/2017||Incorporating Others in the Treatment|
of Childhood Anxiety Disorders
|Lisa Sanchez, Ph.D. and
Heather Loffredo, Psy.D.
|6/2/2017||Cognitive Behavior Therapy for ADHD|
|Veronica Raggi, Ph.D.
|10/20/2017|| Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of Obsessive|
|Bonnie Zucker, Psy.D.
|12/8/2017||Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for |
|Mary Alvord, Ph.D.
|2/9/2018||A Behavior Therapy Approach to the |
Treatment of Tic Disorders
|Jessica Samson, Psy.D
|4/13/2018||Cognitive-Behavioral Treatment of |
|Lynn Bufka, Ph.D. and
Mary Alvord, Ph.D.
|6/8/2018||Therapy Trauma Focused Cognitive Behavior ||Julia Felton, Ph.D.