12-13-14 October 2018
9am - 5pm
Trainer: Bruno Cayoun
No prior knowledge of mindfulness is assumed, but basic skills in cognitive and behavioural techniques are required. MiCBT is a mindfulness-based therapy specifically designed to address clinical and subclinical conditions.
Mindfulness-integrated Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (MiCBT) is an evidence-based integration of mindfulness training (in the Burmese Vipassana tradition) and CBT core principles applicable for a wide range of conditions and ages. The aim of this 1-day workshop is to introduce the application of MiCBT to address crisis, chronic conditions and to help prevent relapse in a wide range of psychological disorders. It will describe the co-emergence model of reinforcement which underpins MiCBT and expands our conventional understanding of operant conditioning. The workshop will also 3-Day Workshop introduce participants to new exposure and desensitization techniques and the transdiagnostic use of these skills across a wide range of conditions, including in the presence of complex comorbidity. This workshop will provide opportunities to practise mindfulness skills under the guidance of Dr Bruno Cayoun, an experienced teacher and principal developer of MiCBT. The 3-day workshop is a comprehensive introduction to MiCBT and can be taken independently without proceeding
Workshop content will involve practical and experiential components. You will learn:
The workshop will involve learning material through various modalities, including: