Lecture: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) Past

Saturday, Nov 9, 2013 ,
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
- Vancouver, Canada

A lecture talk about Cognitive Behavioral Therapy by Goli Shifteh (Cross Cultural Counselor), An exceptional opportunity for everyone specially those seeking for culturally-rooted examples of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).

The main objective of this talk is to introduce strategies that will help individuals manage every day challenges using the Changeway Method.

This session will offer introductory but systematic clear messages regarding some of the questions about your personal and social problems by:

1- Identifying the problems, learning about the importance of motivation in relation to depression and setting goals;
2-Overcoming negative thoughts;
3-Finding solutions to individual problems based on techniques taught in class; and
4-Communicating in assertive and healthy ways.


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