November 27, 2021
MiCBT Masterclass 16: Therapy Contracting in MiCBT
MiCBT begins with an important contractual agreement between therapist and client. Although the use of a therapy contract is common in standard CBT, it is constructed and presented differently in MiCBT, in a way that motivates and prepares clients for an ongoing commitment to daily meditation practice. The MiCBT therapy contract is also used at various stages of therapy to help clients re-engage in daily practice if their motivation decreases over time. It is also used to assess the client’s progress at mid- and post-treatment.
This masterclass will provide you with useful guidance for the implementation of the therapy contract in three contexts:
- using standard pen and paper,
- using the 2015 (blue) self-help MiCBT book, and
- using the MiCBT app.
It will also contribute to your decision-making process and focus on the tasks to be implementing in Stages 2 and 3, and the home practice to suggest.
You will learn:
Q and A
This masterclass will end with a 20-minute online discussion and Q & A with Dr Cayoun.
If you cannot attend the online discussion or prefer not to ask questions publicly, you are encouraged to send any related questions you may have via the registration form. The name of attendees who send questions is kept completely confidential.
Dr Bruno CayounDirector | Trainer | Researcher
Dr Bruno Cayoun is a Clinical Psychologist and principal developer of Mindfulness-integrated Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (MiCBT). He is the Director of the MiCBT Institute, a leading provider of MiCBT training and professional development to mental health services and professional associations internationally since 2003.
Bruno keeps a private practice in Hobart, Australia, undertakes mindfulness research at the MiCBT Institute, and co-supervises several studies in collaboration with various institutions, including Monash University, University of Tasmania, University of Technology Sydney, and Massey University. He has practised mindfulness meditation and undergone intensive training in France, Nepal, India, and Australia since 1989.
Bruno is the author of three books, including Mindfulness-integrated CBT: Principles and Practice (Wiley, 2011), Mindfulness-integrated CBT for Well-Being and Personal Growth: Four Steps to Enhance Inner Calm, Self-Confidence and Relationships (Wiley, 2015) and co-author of The Clinical Handbook of Mindfulness‐integrated Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (Wiley, 2018). His mindfulness training audio instructions are used worldwide in various languages, and he is the principal developer of questionnaires, including the Short Progress Assessment and the Mindfulness-based Self Efficacy Scale.