By Robert Hindman, PhD A popular myth about CBT is that it’s comprised of a set of strategies used in the same manner across organizations and the individuals for whom they provide treatment. Fellow therapists often ask me which treatment manual I follow for a specific disorder. They do not realize that treatment manuals are […]
By Stefanie T. LoSavio, PhD Marcus was engaging in Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) related to an accident he witnessed during his military service when the COVID-19 pandemic began. As we transitioned to telehealth, Marcus reported an increase in distress related to the pandemic. Clients often experience stressful events during PTSD […]
On July 13, the National Institute of Mental Health held a virtual meeting to help promote HIV prevention and treatment science, as well as inform the Ending the HIV Epidemic initiative (EHE) and HIV efforts worldwide through furthering HIV-related int…
A large-scale study of U.S. teens shows associations between outdoor, artificial light at night and health outcomes.
Hello Anxiety Slayers! This month we’re taking a summer break and
highlighting some of our most popular interviews on the Anxiety Slayer
Long before the COVID-19 pandemic changed the landscape for mental health practices, Cohen Veterans Network (CVN) and Beck Institute (BI) worked together to provide high-level online trainings for clinicians. The results of this training have positively impacted many lives. Introduction In 2018, Beck Institute and Cohen Veterans Network (CVN) began a partnership of remote CBT […]
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By Lisa Pote, MSW These are times of extreme and constant change. Without question, it is a challenging and compelling time to be a nonprofit focused on mental health. Our mission of “improving lives worldwide through excellence and innovation in Cognitive Behavior Therapy training, practice, and research” places Beck Institute squarely in the position of […]
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Dr. Allen Miller, Director of CBT Programs, discusses ways in which organizations and businesses can address this important topic respectfully and responsibly. He provides a summary background of CBT alongside tips for managers and supervisors in discussing mental health and strategies to normalize discussions of mental health in the workplace. This webinar was hosted in […]
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This week we’re talking about how to calm the anxiety many of us are facing
in returning to work, or stepping back into the world after the lockdown.
Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavior Therapy (BI) announced today the organization’s rebranding, reflecting efforts to increase clarity around its mission, priorities and programs. Since 1994, the nonprofit has been recognized as the leading international source for training and resources in Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), the most highly researched and widely adopted psychotherapy in the world. Over the past five years, Beck Institute has experienced exponential growth and drawn in an expanded audience, while providing a new and exciting range of offerings in service of its mission of improving lives worldwide through excellence and innovation in CBT training, research and practice.