The AUSB PsyD Clinical Psychology program will sponsor the Fall Quarter 2011 Workshop, Classical Mindfulness Based CBT For the Treatment of Anxiety Disorders with a Focus on PTSD. The instructor, Lobsang Rapgay, PhD, is a Psychologist and Research Faculty at UCLA Dept. of Psychiatry & Researcher in Laboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience at the UCLA Department of Psychology
This workshop will be held on Saturday, October 15, 2011, 9:00am-5:00pm in Room 203 at AUSB's Garden Street campus, 801 Garden Street, Santa Barbara, 93101. Limited Seating-Register Early!
New Series on Advances in Evidence Based Practice Hosted by PsyD Program in Clinical Psychology
Dr. Lobsang Rapgay has graciously offered this workshop for the PsyD Program and Antioch University community. He seeks to introduce a more advanced and clinically relevant form of original mindfulness as a complement to Cognitive Behavioral Treatment to treat a range of anxiety disorders with a focus on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Dr. Rapgay will show how to integrate process-ori- ented mindfulness in real time in sessions as well as outside sessions to help patients who are resistant to practice based mindfulness. Participants will acquire five therapeutic processes common to each of the four foundations of mindfulness of body, feeling, thought, and path. Dr. Rapgay was a Tibetan Buddhist Monk for nearly twenty years and studied Buddhism extensively during that time.
For professionals seeking CEUs: $75 registration fee required. Antioch University Santa Barbara is a California BBS approved provider, PCE #46, of continuing education. 7 CEUs provided for MFTs & LCSWs. The workshop is currently under review by the MCEPAA for 6.5 credit hours for psychologists, provider #ANT009. To honor faculty for their work at AUSB, a discounted registration fee is offered for PsyD & MACP faculty seeking CEUs, $25. Certifcates will be provided for full workshop attendance.
Register prior to October 10th, with Stephanie Holland, PsyD Program Coordinator: email@example.com. Doctoral and advanced graduate students are invited to attend this useful workshop to become familiar with the cutting edge of evidence based practice. Faculty and other professionals are encouraged to attend for continued education.