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ACCT News & Information

October 2016- Donald Meichenbaum, Ph.D. Resilience.

David Burns, M.D.
was hosted in Atlanta by Atlanta Center for Cognitive Therapy as he presented his T.E.A.M. approach to trauma as guest faculty for our Certification Program- February 27-28, 2015.
 

 ACCT helped host Steven Hayes workshop on Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) March 22-23, 2013 in Atlanta .
Scared Stiff!

Fast, Drug-Free Treatment for Anxiety Disorders
With David Burns, M.D.
13 CE/CME Credit Hours

 he Atlanta Center for Cognitive Therapy has a long-standing relationship with David Burns, M.D., author of Feeling Good, When Panic Attacks and countless other books, articles, and research papers. ACCT has sponsored many of Dr. Burns's workshops in the past, and on Feb. 1-2, 2013, we helped host his two-day workshop in Atlanta.

      






Above: Clinicians of ACCT and Dr. Burns

Above: Clinicians of ACCT and Dr. Burns

Training Certification Program Alive and Well

Regarding our Training Program in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, it is currently available for home study. Please call our Center or Email for an application. Programs are on DVD with accompanying written materials.  Writing an annotated article and receiving 80 minutes of case consultation are also required as part of the program. Click herer to learn more about our training program and other CE opportunities available through ACCT: PROFESSIONAL TRAINING




Overcoming Depression: Available Now

Congratulations to Mark Gilson on his most recent publication.  Arthur Freeman and Mark Gilson have collaborated on multiple writing and training projects over the years.  Oxford University Press has recently published their most recent project, an update to their therapist guide and client workbook, Overcoming Depression: A Cognitive Therapy Approach, 2nd Edition.

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RECOMMENDED PUBLICATIONS




Arthur Freeman and Mark Gilson, 2011


Across the Years: Archives From the Past


Left: Judith Beck, Jane Yates, Aaron T. Beck, and Mark Gilson sometime in the mid 90's.

Below: Mark Gilson, Aaron T. Beck, and Jane Yates at APA.



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