4- Cognitive and Behavior Therapies for Psychosis: Recovery is Possible Friday, June 14, 2019, 9:00 AM—4:00 PM

Cognitive and Behavior Therapies for Psychosis: Recovery is Possible Friday, June 14, 2019, 9:00 AM—4:00 PM Stefanie Gregware, LMHC & Andrea Wolloff, LMHC
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Cognitive and Behavior Therapies for Psychosis: Recovery is Possible

Friday, June 14, 2019, 9:00 AM—4:00 PM

Stefanie Gregware, LMHC & Andrea Wolloff, LMHC

 

This workshop will major new developments in CBT theory and techniques to treat psychotic symptoms. The structure of CBT sessions will be explained, as will specific interventions to address paranoid ideation, delusions, auditory hallucinations, and the negative symptoms common in psychotic disorders.

Following this training the participants will be able to:

  • Describe psychosis as conceptualized through a CBT framework
  • List and describe standardized assessments
  • Demonstrate how to develop a CBT treatment plan for psychosis
  • Describe how to monitor progress and make treatment adjustments
  • Demonstrate behavioral strategies including activity scheduling and behavioral experiments
  • Describe relapse prevention plans

 

Your Trainers

 

Stefanie Gregware, MA, LMHC is the Director of Clinical Services at the Bridge of Central Massachusetts.  In this capacity, she oversees clinical services agency wide.  She is trained in all evidence-based practice models The Bridge provides and supervises each clinical team ensuring fidelity, outcome measurement, training, supervision, and development of self-sufficient practices.

Ms. Gregware received her Master’s Degree from Assumption College with a concentration in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. She was also awarded a certificate in CBT through the Aaron T. Beck Institute in Cognitive Studies at Assumption College.  Ms. Gregware received advanced training and consultation in Recovery Oriented CBT for Schizophrenia through the Beck Institute and the University of Pennsylvania. In addition, she has received intensive training in Dialectical Behavior Therapy.

Ms. Gregware has provided direct clinical care for the past 10 years with treatments based in a Cognitive Behavioral therapy framework.  These treatments include; DBT, CBT for symptoms of psychosis, Cognitive Restructuring for PTSD, and CBT for anxiety and depression.  She has received training and supervision from leaders in these practices (Charles Swenson, M.D., Kim Meuser, Ph.D., Jennifer Gottlieb, Ph.D., Corine Cather, Ph.D, Aaron Brinen, Ph.D,) Ms. Gregware is one of two CR for PTSD practitioners at the Bridge who are trained to provide fidelity ratings on audio-taped therapy sessions. 

Ms. Gregware has also co-facilitated a 2-day course on Recovery Oriented Cognitive Therapy.  This workshop was created under the supervision of Aaron Brinen, Ph.D., at the Beck Institute.

 

Andrea Wolloff, MA, LMHC is the Director of CBT Services at The Bridge of Central Massachusetts where she trains and supervises clinicians and provides Cognitive

Behavioral treatment for individuals. In this capacity, Ms. Wolloff directs the Cognitive Restructuring for PTSD treatment team. She provides training and direct supervision to clinicians including providing fidelity assessments of audio recorded sessions for new CR clinicians. In 2014, Ms. Wolloff and her team were awarded the Association for Behavioral Health’s Excellence in Outcomes award for their strong outcomes in CR for PTSD.

Ms. Wolloff received her Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology from Assumption College. She also received additional certifications in CBT for children and families and general CBT from The Aaron T. Beck Institute for Cognitive Studies at Assumption College. Ms. Wolloff received advanced training and consultation in Recovery Oriented CBT for Schizophrenia through the Beck Institute and the University of Pennsylvania.

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