Evolution of Psychotherapy | Evolution of Psychotherapy 2017 | Online Continuing Education
Steven Hayes, PhD | David Burns, MD
Master Degree or Higher in Health-Related Field
Audio and Video
Original Program Date :
Dec 16, 2017
This is a description.
The future of mental and behavioral health intervention isn’t in the form of protocols for syndromes, but in evidence-based care. What is happening in its place is the subject of this talk. I believe that process-based therapy is the next step in the evolution of evidence-based care, as it is linked to evidence-based procedures that alleviate the problems and promote the prosperity of people. Using the work on psychological flexibility as a foil, I explore how process-based therapy can help remove some of the long standing differences between the various wings of psychotherapy, and liberate the practices of practitioners who value an evidence-based approach.
The educational objectives are listed.
Describe the traditional scientific approach to evidence-based therapy.
Describe what successful mediational studies demonstrate.
Define process-based therapy.
Session may be edited to preserve confidentiality.