Recorded Trainings

More trainings will be added as they become available.

 

Cost listed below is for your unlimited access to the recording of the workshop for 1 year, along with an emailed copy of the slide handouts used.

 

Please note that our 4-day workshops cannot be recorded and are not available for later review.

 

Contact Dr. Sandy Capaldi with any questions.

 

Interoceptive Exposures for Anxiety-Related Disorders with Dr. Lily Brown - Recorded May 21, 2021 - 3 hours

Many patients with anxiety disorders struggle with fears of bodily sensations. While this fear is most obvious in the context of panic disorder, patients with social anxiety, PTSD, and OCD often report elevated concerns about physiological manifestations of anxiety. For instance, it is common for patients to worry about sweating, breathing, choking, or their heart rate. In this webinar, Dr. Lily Brown will discuss the importance of interoceptive exposures for patients with fears of bodily sensations. We will introduce strategies to standardize the practice of interoceptive exposures for patients with anxiety. In addition, we will discuss strategies for using cognitive restructuring and acceptance to optimize the impact of interoceptive exposures. Attendees will leave this webinar with tips and tricks to ease the implementation of interoceptive exposures in their clinical practice.

Cost: $75
To access:  Complete this form and send to Dr. Sandy Capaldi. You will then receive information on how to access the recording after payment is processed.

Cognitive Approaches for Treating Generalized Anxiety Disorder with Dr. Keith Bredemeier — Recorded May 7, 2021 — 3.5 hours

Amongst anxiety-related disorders, many clinicians find generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) to be particularly difficult to treat effectively, perhaps due to the pervasive avoidant coping tendencies of these clients and the varying focus of their worries.  Importantly, worry can be conceptualized as a cognitive form of avoidance, and this formulation has important clinical implications.  Several cognitive therapy techniques have strong empirical support (as components of CBT for GAD protocols, or standalone interventions) – these techniques involve engaging in reflective processing and/or behavioral experimentation on the content of worries (e.g., the likelihood that specific feared outcomes will occur) or aspects of meta-cognition (i.e., “thinking about thinking”; e.g., views about the utility of worrying).  This workshop will focus on prominent evidence-based cognitive interventions for GAD – in particular, attendees will learn and practice implementing traditional cognitive therapy techniques, tailored cognitive therapy techniques targeting worry thoughts, strategies for evaluating beliefs about worry, and strategies for evaluating personal performance standards.

Cost: $75
To access:  Complete this form and send to Dr. Sandy Capaldi. You will then receive information on how to access the recording after payment is processed.

Cognitive Behavioral Treatment of Social Anxiety Disorder with Dr. Lily Brown - Recorded April 30, 2021 - 3 hours

This workshop will review cognitive behavior therapy for SAD, including adapting interventions to telehealth and with adherence to current social distancing guidelines. Moreover, evidence suggests individuals with SAD often misperceive and underestimate their own social performance, as well as rely on maladaptive safety behaviors in social situations. Therefore, this workshop will focus in particular on the theory, research, and application of video feedback components in the treatment of SAD. This 3 hour workshop is designed to review prominent evidence-based behavioral interventions for delivering video-feedback exposures among individuals with SAD, including video-feedback exposures conducted with telehealth.

Cost: $75
To access:  Complete this form and send to Dr. Sandy Capaldi. You will then receive information on how to access the recording after payment is processed.

Trauma and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder with Dr. Sandy Capaldi — Recorded April 13, 2021 — 90 minutes — FREE!

Free 90-minute presentation for the Community Behavioral Health network in Philadelphia, where Dr. Sandy Capaldi presents information on various definitions of trauma, ways traumas are encountered, and trauma’s effects on the mind and body. Common reactions to trauma, along with a review of symptoms of PTSD are also discussed. Dr. Capaldi also introduces an effective model of treatment for PTSD, Prolonged Exposure therapy.


Behavioral Approaches for Treating Generalized Anxiety Disorder with Dr. Keith Bredemeier — Recorded January 22, 2021 — 3 hours

Amongst anxiety-related disorders, many clinicians find generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) to be particularly difficult to treat effectively, perhaps due to the pervasive avoidant coping tendencies of these clients and the varying focus of their worries.  Importantly, worry can be conceptualized as a cognitive form of avoidance, and this formulation has important clinical implications.  Interestingly, the cognitive nature of this condition can lead therapists to presume that cognitive techniques are most suitable for these clients – however, several behavioral techniques have strong empirical support (as components of CBT for GAD protocols, or as standalone interventions).  This workshop will focus on prominent evidence-based behavioral interventions for GAD – specifically, attendees will learn and practice implementing stimulus control strategies, applied relaxation skills, problem-solving tools, and exposure therapy techniques.

Cost: $75
To access:  Complete this form and send to Dr. Sandy Capaldi. You will then receive information on how to access the recording after payment is processed.

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