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Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT) for Depressive Disorders


Depression is a leading cause of disability in the United States and worldwide. It is estimated that one in five individuals will experience depression in their lifetime, and while these symptoms are common, under-treatment is often seen in practice. Cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is a valuable evidence-based intervention and effective approach to use in practice for individuals experiencing depressive disorders. This workshop will discuss depressive disorders, CBT theory, and use of CBT to treat depressive disorders.


  • Name 2 components of a cognitive case conceptualization
  • Describe 2 CBT tools or techniques used in treatment of depression

Self-Paced Agenda

Expected DurationDescription
15 MinutesDepressive disorders overview
15 MinutesIntroduction to CBT (theory, model)
15 MinutesCBT for depressive disorders overview and theory
12 Hours 15 MinutesCBT for depressive disorders case conceptualization/formulation
15 MinutesCBT for depressive disorders tools and techniques
15 MinutesWrap up: synthesis, culture/intersectionality, challenges, suggested clinical case for practice
webinar (asynchronous)

CE Contact Hours

  • 1.5 regular asynchronous online

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