Lørdag den 1. september 2018 holder SAKT Årsmøde:
Workshop Interpersonal processes in therapy and supervision med dr. Stirling Moorey, Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College, London
Kl. 10.00-12.30 Workshop – session 1: Interpersonal processes in CBT
Kl. 12.30-13.30 Frokost – sandwich og sodavand med mulighed for at netværke
Kl. 13.30-17.00 Workshop – session 2: Interpersonal processes in CBT
Kl. 17.00-18.00 Posters: Igangværende danske KAT forskningsprojekter og kliniske studier
Kl. 18.30-20.30 Middag – buffet og drinks
Psykoterapeutisk Center Stolpegård, Stolpegårdsvej 20 2820 Gentofte.
Pris og tilmelding
Prisen er 795 kr. for medlemmer af SAKT. Ikke-medlemmer 1.095 kr.
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This workshop will review the evidence base concerning 3 aspects of the therapeutic relationship. Firstly, the role of the core conditions of warmth, genuineness and empathy will be discussed and their effect on outcome evaluated. Secondly, the place of the working alliance, in CBT more specifically collaborative empiricism, will be discussed. Thirdly, a cognitive-behavioural perspective on ‘transference’ and ‘countertransference’ will be given, using the model of interpersonal schemas. Clinical implications of the theoretical and empirical aspects of the therapeutic relationship will be presented with opportunities to apply them to participants’ own practice.
This workshop will allow participants to explore their cognitive and emotional reactions to difficult patients and to experiment with alternative ways of approaching these patients. A model for conceptualising the unhelpful patterns of interaction that we can get into with these patients will be presented and participants will be able to consider how they might escape from therapy-inhibiting interpersonal cycles.
The workshop will help participants:
1. Understand the relative contribution of ‘non-specific’ therapist factors and specific CBT interventions on outcome
2. Use an experiential empathy exercise to change our relationship to a ‘heartsick’ patient
3. Understand the place of collaborative empiricism in effective CBT
4. Understand how ‘transference’ and ‘countertransference’ can be described within a CBT framework and how to understand and manage the interaction of therapist and patient beliefs
Presenter: Stirling Moorey is Consultant Psychiatrist in CBT at SLaM and visiting senior lecturer at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Psychotherapy (IOPPN). He has been teaching and supervising CBT for over 30 years and was a co-founder of the IOPPN PgDip in CBT. He is author of Moorey S (2014) “Is it them or is it me?” Transference and countertransference in CBT In Whittington A & Grey N Eds. How to Become a More Effective CBT Therapist: Mastering Metacompetence in Clinical Practice (Wiley). He is co-editor (with Dr Anna Lavender) of the forthcoming SAGE publication ‘The Therapeutic Relationship in CBT’.
Dattilio, F. M., & Hanna, M. A. (2012). Collaboration in cognitive-behavior therapy. Journal of Clinical Psychology: In Session, 68, 146–158.
Norcross, J. C., & Lambert, M. J. (2011). Psychotherapy relationships that work II [Special Issue]. Psychotherapy, 48(1).
Moorey S (2014) “Is it them or is it me?” Transference and countertransference in CBT In Whittington A & Grey N Eds. How to Become a More Effective CBT Therapist: Mastering Metacompetence in Clinical Practice (Chichester: Wiley).