CBT with Children and Adolescents: Social Anxiety Disorder

United States

This talk will cover how to apply CBT to Children and Adolescents when working with Social Anxiety Disorder. The course overview is as follows:



  1. A brief overview of CBT theory 
  2. The theory of Anxiety from a CBT perspective
  3. Case Study 
  4. Conceptualisation
  5. Social Anxiety Theory from a CBT perspective
  6. Treatment Planning
  7. Skills Building

Informative slides and additional materials are included.

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