These workshops are specifically designed to assist MiCBT therapists who have completed the Foundation Course as well as those with more advanced MiCBT training.
MiCBT for Chronic Pain
This is a specialised workshop on the specific use of MiCBT for chronic pain and its common co-morbid disorders. This hands-on workshop will describe the important theoretical framework underlying the use of MiCBT for pain, both chronic and acute. It will also involve real case video demonstrations of distress reduction in clients with different types of chronic pain.
MiCBT for Children
The aim of this specialised workshop is to introduce the use of MiCBT for children with behaviour difficulties, especially those associated with anxiety, ADHD and oppositional behaviour. It will describe the important theoretical framework underlying the use of MiCBT for impaired executive functions and demonstrate the application of the four therapeutic stages. This practical workshop will include video demonstrations of behaviour change in a 12-year old boy with anxiety, ADHD and mild Autism following MiCBT.
MiCBT for Chronic Pain & MiCBT for Children
Interested in both workshops?
Further discounts apply!
CPD Hours: 7 CPD hours / workshop may be claimed, but please check eligibility with your professional body regarding other criteria, e.g. active, special college, etc. (For Psychologists, this course meets APS criteria for 7 Active CPD hours.)
Come and share your experience with other skillful MiCBT practitioners and colleagues!
Hotel Mercure Melbourne
Dr Bruno Cayoun is Director of the MiCBT Institute and a Clinical Psychologist in private practice in Hobart, Tasmania. He is the principal developer of Mindfulness-integrated Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (MiCBT) and has been teaching this approach to mental health professionals in Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, Singapore, Canada and Ireland since 2003. He has practised mindfulness meditation and undergone intensive training in mindfulness centres in France, Nepal, India, and Australia for since 1989.