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Free Combating Depression Online Workshop
Join the Workshop to learn cognitive, emotive, and behavioral techniques to overcome and prevent depression.
By: SMART Recovery
Cognitive behavioral therapy is the most widely used psychological method for combating depression, for one simple reason: it works. In this brief workshop, Dr. Bill Knaus will introduce you to cognitive, emotive, and behavioral techniques to overcome and prevent depression. He will share innovative, practical and evidence-based ideas from the second edition of his newly published The Cognitive Behavioral Workbook for Depression (New Harbinger, June 2012). This book is already receiving great acclaim, and may be the best of its kind. It has been endorsed by a former APA president, founders of psychotherapy clinics, professors emeritus, and psychotherapists who work with people suffering from depression. If you, a friend, or relative battles depression, don't miss this presentation!
Bill is also famous for his work in helping people overcome procrastination. He originated the self-help movement in procrastination and has three bestselling books in this area. He has worked with thousands of people who were plagued by procrastination. He’ll add ideas on how to use anti-procrastination techniques to combat depression. An original director of post-graduate training in rational emotive behavioral therapy, Bill directly helped train over 1000 professional counselors and psychotherapists. He’ll share techniques he taught therapists to help their clients overcome depression.
In addition, Bill originated rational emotive education, an evidence-based positive mental health program for kids and teens. He donated this outstanding program to the public. He is known by many in SMART Recovery as the author of The SMART Recovery Primer, a manual that helped launch SMART. This former professor has authored more than 20 books.
To Attend: You must be a registered member of SMART Recovery Online (there is no charge to register). Please register in advance. Once registered, you will be taken to the SMART Message Boards. Select “SMART Recovery Chat and Meeting Rooms” – the long blue bar in the center of the page. Then click on the drop down item, “SMART Recovery Chat and Meeting Rooms.” From there, select The SMART Room. (Note: A microphone is not required. You can listen and there is space in which to type questions and comments.)
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Page Updated Last on: May 19, 2012