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The principles of Solutions Focused Brief Therapy (SFBT) have been increasingly applied to areas beyond clinical psychology, such as in education. Helping children and adolescents in school look beyond their current struggles and challenges towards their strengths and values in order to encourage and empower them to make behavioral changes in the direction of their own goals, is a philosophical foundation behind the practical tips in this webinar presentation. In addition, the components of the TEAM-CBT model (Dr. David Burns) are used to describe a method of working with children and adolescents such that the students themselves feel lowered resistance to checking on their thoughts and challenging feelings, and begin to reframe those in ways that move them toward their own goals and values. By engaging with students using unconditional positive regard and empathy, school psychologists can help students externalize problems and their corresponding unhelpful automatic thoughts, such that young people can come up with solutions for feeling and doing better and partner with a caring school psychologist to feel proud of themselves and supported. Presented by Rebecca Comizio, MA, MA Ed, NCSP, in April of 2020. This individual webinar can be purchased for $25 (scroll down to purchase). The content in this webinar is intertwined with Domain 4 of the NASP Practice Model. Schoolpsych.com’s recorded webinars are non-refundable. Attendees who complete this 1-hour webinar will receive 1.0 NASP-Approved CPD credit.
Rebecca Comizio, MA, MA Ed, NCSP, is Connecticut’s 2019 school psychologist of the year. She is a practicing school psychologist at New Canaan Country School in New Canaan, CT and is a co-host of School Psyched Podcast. Rebecca also advocates for children’s mental and behavioral health supports in schools. As a leader and Committee Chair for NASP’s Communications Committee, Rebecca supports the practice of school psychology at a national level. Rebecca has co-authored the book, 70 Play Activities for Better, Thinking, Self-Regulation Learning and Behavior. She is working to utilize her education, training and life experience to positively, affect the lives of children and families by advocating for students.
Participants will learn:
1. A brief overview of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
2. How CBT can help children reframe how they identify, interpret, and evaluate their emotional and behavioral reactions to negative experiences
3. Practical tips while reviewing some of the presenter’s favorite mini-lessons to conduct with students
Reviews Based on Attendee Evaluation Feedback:
“Fantastic practical strategies! I absolutely loved this webinar and will be re-watching for sure!” -Angela
Brendon’s Overall Rating: 5/5 (Excellent)
Caitlin’s Overall Rating: 5/5 (Excellent)
Dana’s Overall Rating: 5/5 (Excellent)
“Good CBT skills to learn and implement with students.” -Felipe
“Thank you for a great webinar! It was very helpful – great explanations and strategies that are age appropriate, simple and effective. I believe they will be useful in my sessions and look forward to testing them out :)” -Kate
Kris’s Overall Rating: 5/5 (Excellent)
“I loved the practical tools. Many trainings are theoretical, but I don’t walk away with any skills that I can really use. Rebecca was very good at finetuning strategies I have used. I loved how she suggested we keep ourselves busy while waiting for a response from the client and incorporate their ideas into goal setting.” -Marla
“Practical examples of effective techniques and strategies.” -Veronica
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Counseling Children Using CBT Quiz
Here you will complete the quiz on the webinar. You may take the quiz as many times as you need to until passing (75 percent).