TRANSDIAGNOSTIC BEHAVIOR THERAPY FOR ANXIETY DISORDERS
A 1-day training event focused on a simple and transdiagnostic treatment for anxiety from an expert in the field.
Friday August 23, 2019
Workshop will be held at:
Center for Anxiety & Behavior Therapy
940 E. Haverford Road
Bryn Mawr, PA 19010
This training is appropriate for all licensed mental health professionals, or those working under the license of a mental health professional. The workshop will include:
An introduction to safety behaviors as a transdiagnostic behavioral factor in anxiety disorders including real-world illustrations across anxiety disorders
Exercises to identify safety behaviors and plan appropriate interventions to address them in a systematic manner
Discussion and demonstration of safety behavior assessment using the Safety Behavior Assessment Form (SBAF)
Discussion of case-examples of safety behavior elimination therapy
A comprehensive, step-by-step guide in the delivery of TBT-A including:
Assessment, monitoring, and education
Safety behavior elimination
Workshop fee: $200 per person, which includes:
6.5 hours of CEUs
A copy of the therapist manual for TBT-A
Hardcopies of all workshop slides
Therapist and patient handouts
Complimentary continental breakfast and light refreshments
Workshop with Expert Consultation fee: $300 per person which includes all of the above plus:
Two, 30-minute, one-on-one consultation sessions with a TBT-A expert to be completed after the workshop to help attendees implement TBT-A with their own clients
Instructor: Dr. Jason Goodson earned his PhD from Utah State University after completing a pre-doctoral internship at the Milwaukee VA Medical Center. He then completed a 2 year postdoctoral fellowship at Dartmouth Medical School in exposure-based treatment for anxiety disorders. After his fellowship, he began working with in the VA system where he treats veterans with PTSD, anxiety, and mood disorders and continues to work in this capacity. Dr. Goodson is a national consultant and trainer in prolonged exposure therapy for PTSD. He has published several scientific articles in the areas of PTSD and anxiety. He is interested in behaviors that perpetuate anxiety and PTSD and developed and published the Safety Behavior Assessment Form (SBAF). The SBAF has been used to predict response to treatment as well as the development of future anxiety. He regularly presents at local and national conferences and has been an invited reviewer for several scientific journals.
How to register:
You will be notified of your successful registration via email with instructions on how to submit payment. Please note, registration is not complete and attendance is not guaranteed until payment is received in full.
To ensure the high-quality of this training opportunity, space is limited so early registration is strongly encouraged.
For questions or more information, feel free to contact us at (610) 455-5757 or firstname.lastname@example.org.