MiCBT Masterclasses

MiCBT Masterclasses

Mindfulness Training, Courses and Workshops

Overview

Despite the efficacy of Mindfulness-integrated CBT as a transdiagnostic approach to treating a wide range of mental health conditions, it is inevitably complex and clinicians need as much assistance and training as possible to improve its use, especially with high comorbidity and complex or reluctant clients. 

The aim of the masterclass series is to assist therapists already trained in MiCBT to deepen their skills and make the most out of the MiCBT approach. You will learn useful strategies that can make a marked difference in your therapy outcomes. It will offer the space to discuss problems you commonly or occasionally encounter in your clinical work and will provide tools to address them. 

Our masterclasses are specifically designed to assist mental health professionals who have already undertaken at least basic training in MiCBT and implemented MiCBT with their clients under supervision through the Applied Course. It will be an opportunity to learn directly from Dr Bruno Cayoun, the principal developer of MiCBT. 

Teaching Approach 

Masterclasses last 2 hours and are offered online only. A masterclass is a live presentation where you watch the trainer discuss a specific topic and answer and discuss related questions in real time. Although you are invited to send questions that you may have related to the masterclass topic, it is not a requirement for you do so in order to attend. To prevent distractions and maximise the focus on the masterclass theme, only topics related to the masterclass theme will be discussed. For example, if the theme is “improving interoceptive exposure while in crisis”, queries about how to use the Socratic dialogue will be addressed in relation to this theme only. 

To ascertain a timely, focused and content-efficient delivery, masterclasses do not offer online interactions during the event, so you are very much encouraged to send any related questions you may have, via the dedicated online form following your registration. Please note that questions are read anonymously and there will be no way for the participants to know who asked the questions. 

Masterclasses are segmented into two parts. In the first (longer) part, the trainer discusses the chosen theme in some detail.  In the second (shorter) part, the trainer will answer questions previously submitted. 

Masterclasses are conducted online using Zoom.  This is accessed through your internet browser and you do not need to purchase any software - all you need is a computer with good internet connection, a headset with microphone and a webcam. Information on accessing the masterclass with Zoom is available after registration.

Pre-Requisites 

Participants must have attended at least one Foundation Course in Mindfulness-integrated CBT with a MiCBT Institute accredited trainer. Registered and currently practising psychologists, psychiatrists, general practitioners (with mental health - level 2), mental health social workers, mental health occupational therapists, mental health nurses and professionally qualified counsellors and psychotherapists are welcome to attend. Physiotherapists with mental health training who have completed the Foundation Course are also welcome to register. 

CPD Hours 

2 CPD hours may be claimed, but please check eligibility with your professional body regarding other criteria, e.g. active, specialist college, etc. (For psychologists in Australia, this course meets APS criteria for 2 CPD hours).Live participants will receive a certificate of attendance.

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TESTIMONIALS

Mary McAuliffe, Cognitive Behavioural Psychotherapist, Ireland commented on 26-Apr-2017 05:53 AM4 out of 5 stars
Kylie Drabsch, Occupational Therapist, Qld commented on 23-Apr-2017 08:57 PM4 out of 5 stars
Well worth attending. I gained practical ideas and approaches to use within the MiCBT setting.
Julie McFadden, UK commented on 15-Apr-2017 06:07 PM5 out of 5 stars
Dr Richard Hume, Clinical Psychologist, Australia commented on 13-Apr-2017 07:42 PM4 out of 5 stars
Amelia Ishikawa, counsellor, Canberra Australia commented on 12-Apr-2017 09:45 AM5 out of 5 stars
Each masterclass that I have attended to date has been extremely relevant and immediately applicable. Attending masterclasses has a tangible positive impact on my effectiveness as a practitioner using the MiCBT model.
Caroline Croft, Clinical Psychologist, Armidale, NSW commented on 10-Apr-2017 04:34 PM5 out of 5 stars
Mikako Naito, Clinical Psychologist, Australia commented on 10-Apr-2017 12:35 PM5 out of 5 stars
Online masterclasses are very efficient way to learning in-depth material. They will not replace interactive formats such as supervisions or workshops, but they certainly add benefit to the overall MiCBT learning.
Dr Glenn Bilsborrow. D Psych. Clinical Psychologist. Tasmania commented on 09-Apr-2017 10:00 PM4 out of 5 stars
The format is very appropriate and the presentation was good. Time went quickly which usually indicates full involvement!
Amanda Cole MPsych (Clin) Private Practice Perth WA  commented on 18-Feb-2017 03:11 PM4 out of 5 stars
I enjoyed the Masterclass experience and found the information helpful and informative. The format was appropriate and very easy to access. I will be enrolling for more later in the year.
Dr Richard Hulme (DPsych; Clinical Psychologist)  commented on 16-Feb-2017 01:42 PM4 out of 5 stars
It was a wonderful and efficient way to receive the high quality teaching. I look forward to the next one.
Andrea Grabovac, MD, FRCPC, Psychiatrist, Vancouver, BC CANADA commented on 12-Feb-2017 03:49 AM5 out of 4 stars
Jon Ballantyne, MA (Psych) Dip App Psych (Clin), Clinical Psychologist, Thames NEW ZEALAND commented on 08-Feb-2017 05:17 AM5 out of 5 stars
I actually enjoyed it that it was a non-interactive lecture. I like being able to ask questions but that can sometimes detract from core teaching and take up time. This way the content was all covered in an organised fashion.