Live Online Seminars:
I will be teaching a series of 3 live online seminars therapy for psychosis, starting July 8, 2022. Each seminar will last for 4 hours and will include time for discussion and practice. The series is as follows:
You can click on the links above for more information about each seminar, to get information about CE credit, and to register.
Live and online seminars:
The two seminars below are 6 hours each, and will take place near Seattle WA.
Pre-recorded Online Courses:
Three seminars are currently available as “online courses” which consists of prerecorded videos and other materials that you watch whenever you want, with lifetime access. You can also write questions which will be answered usually within a day or two. These courses are:
I am also available to teach live seminars for your organization (online, or also in person once the Covid crisis abates.) If you are interested and/or if you have questions, please contact me at 4ronunger at gmail.com, or at 541-513-1811.
People seeking to become competent in psychological approaches to psychosis often find it helpful to consult with someone experience in that area. I am available to provide such consultation: details at this link.
On another note, I would like to publicize the availability of other opportunities to learn more about CBT for psychosis.
Training in CBT for psychosis is also available on the east coast. One option is the Institute of Cognitive Therapy for Psychosis (ICTP). Go to their website for more information.
NYC CBTp offers some trainings, see this page.
The Beck Institute offers training in Recovery Oriented Cognitive Therapy, an approach especially useful for people who are seen as having lots of “negative symptoms.”
Michael Garrett is an expert in combining CBT for psychosis with a psychodynamic approach. He offers online training at https://www.pany.org/psychosis-course
Options for getting training in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for psychosis (CBTp) are often advertised on the website for The North American Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Psychosis Network (NACBTpN).
Some of you may be interested in training in the methods used in the Open Dialogue approach: see http://www.dialogicpractice.net/
There are continuing education courses available from the Mad in America Continuing Education Project – see http://madinamericacontinuinged.org/
Also, I’ve put together a page with links to a variety on online courses, or collections of online courses, that relate to psychosis and seem worth consideration: Check them out at this link!