WEBINAR: Intro to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy - Part 2 (Depression & Anxiety)
*This is an ONLINE WORKSHOP. You will be sent a link to this virtual webinar in your registration confirmation email. If you don’t see the email in your inbox, be sure to check junk/spam folder.
**To participate in this webinar, you will need to download the application, Zoom. You can join the meeting through the link (sent in your registration confirmation email). CLICK HERE to learn more.
JULY 2020 – DECEMBER 2020
Webinar dates, times and locations:
WEBINAR: Intro to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy – Part 2 (Depression & Anxiety)
Date: Thursday, October 22, 29, November 5, 12, 19
Time: 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Who is this webinar for?
This webinar is for patients 18+ struggling with depression and anxiety. Building on knowledge from Part 1, we offer more in-depth learning about the role of thoughts along with CBT tools and strategies.
Introduction to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy – Part 1 must be completed prior to taking Part 2.
How long is the webinar?
5 sessions (1/week), 90 mins each session.
*You will use the same Zoom link, meeting ID and password (that you receive in your confirmation email) to join each week
What will I gain from attending this webinar?
Build skills to challenge negative thinking
Create a plan to reduce feeling hopeless
Learn how to deal with setbacks
Do I have to keep my video ON during this webinar?
Yes – this webinar requires that your video be ON, in order to fully participate in the sessions.
Is there a booklet or any handouts for this webinar?
In your registration email, you will see a link to download the booklet for this webinar. You will use these handouts for all 5 sessions.
Facilitated by a Mental Health Counsellor(M.S.W.)
You MUST pre-register for this online workshop in order to receive a link to the virtual webinar.
Participants have to be 18 years of age or older to attend.
Registration opens 1 MONTH PRIOR to start date.
This is a webinar and therefore its purpose is to deliver information in a supportive way – this is not a therapy or support group.
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