An Introduction to Compassion Focused Therapy | January 29, 2020

An Introduction to Compassion Focused Therapy | January 29, 2020

$0.00

1 Hour | 1 CE (CEU)

10:00 am – 11:00pm PST | 11:00am – 12:00pm MST

12:00pm – 1:00pm CST | 1:00pm – 2:00pm EST

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Program Description

This webinar on An Introduction to Compassion Focused Therapy is presented by Dr. Yotam Heineberg.

It is well-known that shame and self-criticism can be difficult problems to treat in a range of psychological problems and may even prevent people from seeking help. Compassion Focused Therapy was developed by professor Paul Gilbert. CFT was specifically developed with and for individuals with these difficulties, in part by helping them develop a compassionate orientation to themselves and others by elaborating on cognitive behavioral strategies. CFT is an evolutionary and neuroscience-based approach to psychotherapy that articulates how the evolution of attachment and affiliative emotion regulates threat-processing and the emergence of our self-identities. CFT integrates evidence-based therapies with the basic insight that our emotions serve an evolutionary function, and that recognizing this can help de-shame and de-pathologize painful symptomatic experiences, towards greater engagement in therapy. CFT has a growing empirical evidence to support its efficacy in a broad range of complex cases, including trauma and rigid personality structures. The webinar will cover the basic concepts of CFT with PowerPoint presentations and describe experiential practices with the use of emotion focused, cognitive behavioral and imagery practices.

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Upon completion of this webinar, participants should be able to:

  • Describe perspectives from the evolutionary model that underpins CFT towards psychoeducation, by offering clients insight into the three types of affect regulation systems (threat, drive and soothing)
  • Describe insight into the complexities and conflicts within the threat system processing
  • Describe the Fears of Compassion scale, and framework towards assessment, psychoeducational, experiential and behavioral treatment goals

About Dr. Yotam Heineberg

Dr. Yotam Heineberg is a licensed clinical psychologist and a clinical faculty member at Palo Alto university’s Gronowski Center, where he offers supervision, clinical and didactic psychotherapy training in Compassion Focused Therapy (CFT), and other compassion focused approaches to healing and growth. Dr. Heineberg is also a Research Fellow at Stanford University with the Center for Compassion and Altruism, Research and Education (CCARE), where he develops various compassion programs to support personal and collective resilience, as well as compassion for self and others. He also designs and delivers compassion-based burnout reduction programs that support nurses, clinicians, leaders and patients in large hospital settings.

Dr. Heineberg completed his doctorate at the PGSP-Stanford Psy.D. consortium at Palo Alto University, and his post-doctoral training at Stanford University’s CCARE, during that time he trained with Professor Paul Gilbert, who developed the CFT model in the UK. He lives in San Francisco, runs a private practice and offers workshops nationally and internationally.

Continuing Education Credit

This is a live webinar. To earn CE’s, you will have to complete the webinar evaluation. No partial credit is available. For this live webinar, you will need to complete an evaluation form to earn the certificate. Participants will earn 1 CE credit hour for this live webinar. Each participant will be able to print their CE certificate immediately after completing the webinar evaluation.

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Webinar Outline

  • Experiential practices
  • Cognitive behavioral practices
  • Imagery practices

Intended Audience

The webinar is appropriate for therapists, counselors and those in healthcare and support professions. This webinar is for beginner, intermediate, and advanced level clinicians.