Tools for Success: A Cognitive Behavior Therapy Taster (#9900)

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Highlights from a workshop featuring Frances Cook, MSc, MRCSLT (Hons)Cert. CT (Oxford), and Willie Botterill, MSc, (Psych. Couns.), MRCSLT, provide insights into working with the cognitive aspects of stuttering.

This 3 hour 45 minute "taster" into cognitive behavior therapy explores the interaction of thoughts, feelings, physical reactions and behaviors from the perspectives of children, parents and therapists.

Ways to use the cognitive model are discussed and demonstrated.

(start time) TOPIC
(00:00-) Introduction
Laying the Groundwork for Success
(04:04-) a. Exercise 1 - Meet Your Partner
(09:21-) b. Exercise 2 - Best Hopes
(11:09-) c. Best Hopes Analysis
(20:22-) d. Where Are Your Now?
(21:02-) e. Exercise 3 - Skills & Resources
(24:05-) f. Skills & Resources Analysis
Cognitive Behavior Therapy
(31:39-) a. Overview
(33:44-) b. Exercise 4 - Cognitive Therapy Model
(43:02-) c. Using the Cognitive Therapy Model
(44:15-) d. Therapeutic Alliance
(46:02-) e. Characteristics of Cognitive Therapy
(49:07-) f. Information Processing
(53:30-) g. Appraisal & Anxiety
Key Components of Therapy
(59:35-) a. Overview
(1:01:33-) b. Negative Automatic Thoughts
(1:05:16-) c. Safety Behaviors
(1:07:32-) d. Examples of the Vicious Circle
Group CBT Video with Children
(1:09:44-) a. Video
(1:25:15-) b. Evaluation & Questions
Group CBT Video with Parents
(1:32:01-) a. Video
(1:49:13-) b. Evaluation & Questions
(1:58:44-) Cognitive Cycle for Families
Steps in Therapy
(2:10:19-) a. Practical Steps in Therapy
(2:21:09-) b. Eliciting NATs
(2:22:53-) c. Turn Questions into Statements
(2:23:59-) d. Downward Arrow Catastrophic Thinking
(2:25:47-) e. Identify Hot Thoughts
(2:25:57-) f. Questions Therapists Ask
(2:29:42-) g. Thought Record
(2:39:14-) h. How to Identify NATs
(2:40:36-) i. Working with NATs (Cognitive Reframing)
(2:41:45-) j. Possible Directions
(2:44:35-) k. More Questions Therapists Ask
(2:46:20-) l. Unhelpful Thinking Patterns
(2:58:21-) m. Socratic Questioning
(3:00:06-) n. Behavioral Work/Experiments
(3:02:07-) o. Problem Solving
(3:12:17-) p. Problem Solving Steps
(3:13:52-) q. Action Plans: Preparing for the Future
(3:14:54-) r. Personal Action Plan
Therapeutic Alliance
(3:17:14-) a. Therapeutic Alliance
(3:17:52-) b. Exercise 5 - Parent’s Vicious Cycle
(3:19:39-) c. Evaluation & Questions
(3:31:12-) d. Exercise 6 - Therapist’s Negative Cycles
(3:33:16-) e. Evaluation & Questions
(3:45:23-) Close

Additional Therapy Footage includes Ali Berquez, MSc, MRCSLT Dip. CT (Oxford), Jane Fry, MSc (Psych. Couns).,MRCSLT., Dip.CT (Oxford), and Willie Botterill MSc, (Psych. Couns.), MRCSLT of the Michael Palin Centre for Stammering Children, London, England, and Jane Fraser, President, Stuttering Foundation, Memphis, TN.

Special thanks to Boston University and Diane Fillion Parris, M.S., CCC-SLP, Boston University and the 20 Stuttering Foundation Workshop Attendees.

This video is eligible for ASHA CEUs. Go to www.stutteringceus.org for details.

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Tools for Success: A Cognitive Behavior Therapy Taster (#9900)

Highlights from a workshop featuring Frances Cook, MSc, MRCSLT (Hons)Cert. CT (Oxford), and Willie Botterill, MSc, (Psych. Couns.), MRCSLT, provide insights into working with the cognitive aspects of stuttering.

This 3 hour 45 minute "taster" into cognitive behavior therapy explores the interaction of thoughts, feelings, physical reactions and behaviors from the perspectives of children, parents and therapists.

Ways to use the cognitive model are discussed and demonstrated.

(start time) TOPIC
(00:00-) Introduction
Laying the Groundwork for Success
(04:04-) a. Exercise 1 - Meet Your Partner
(09:21-) b. Exercise 2 - Best Hopes
(11:09-) c. Best Hopes Analysis
(20:22-) d. Where Are Your Now?
(21:02-) e. Exercise 3 - Skills & Resources
(24:05-) f. Skills & Resources Analysis
Cognitive Behavior Therapy
(31:39-) a. Overview
(33:44-) b. Exercise 4 - Cognitive Therapy Model
(43:02-) c. Using the Cognitive Therapy Model
(44:15-) d. Therapeutic Alliance
(46:02-) e. Characteristics of Cognitive Therapy
(49:07-) f. Information Processing
(53:30-) g. Appraisal & Anxiety
Key Components of Therapy
(59:35-) a. Overview
(1:01:33-) b. Negative Automatic Thoughts
(1:05:16-) c. Safety Behaviors
(1:07:32-) d. Examples of the Vicious Circle
Group CBT Video with Children
(1:09:44-) a. Video
(1:25:15-) b. Evaluation & Questions
Group CBT Video with Parents
(1:32:01-) a. Video
(1:49:13-) b. Evaluation & Questions
(1:58:44-) Cognitive Cycle for Families
Steps in Therapy
(2:10:19-) a. Practical Steps in Therapy
(2:21:09-) b. Eliciting NATs
(2:22:53-) c. Turn Questions into Statements
(2:23:59-) d. Downward Arrow Catastrophic Thinking
(2:25:47-) e. Identify Hot Thoughts
(2:25:57-) f. Questions Therapists Ask
(2:29:42-) g. Thought Record
(2:39:14-) h. How to Identify NATs
(2:40:36-) i. Working with NATs (Cognitive Reframing)
(2:41:45-) j. Possible Directions
(2:44:35-) k. More Questions Therapists Ask
(2:46:20-) l. Unhelpful Thinking Patterns
(2:58:21-) m. Socratic Questioning
(3:00:06-) n. Behavioral Work/Experiments
(3:02:07-) o. Problem Solving
(3:12:17-) p. Problem Solving Steps
(3:13:52-) q. Action Plans: Preparing for the Future
(3:14:54-) r. Personal Action Plan
Therapeutic Alliance
(3:17:14-) a. Therapeutic Alliance
(3:17:52-) b. Exercise 5 - Parent’s Vicious Cycle
(3:19:39-) c. Evaluation & Questions
(3:31:12-) d. Exercise 6 - Therapist’s Negative Cycles
(3:33:16-) e. Evaluation & Questions
(3:45:23-) Close

Additional Therapy Footage includes Ali Berquez, MSc, MRCSLT Dip. CT (Oxford), Jane Fry, MSc (Psych. Couns).,MRCSLT., Dip.CT (Oxford), and Willie Botterill MSc, (Psych. Couns.), MRCSLT of the Michael Palin Centre for Stammering Children, London, England, and Jane Fraser, President, Stuttering Foundation, Memphis, TN.

Special thanks to Boston University and Diane Fillion Parris, M.S., CCC-SLP, Boston University and the 20 Stuttering Foundation Workshop Attendees.

This video is eligible for ASHA CEUs. Go to www.stutteringceus.org for details.

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