“Ask the Experts”: A roundtable discussion on Process Based Therapy (PBT)
featuring Drs. Steven C. Hayes, Maria Karekla, Andrew Gloster, Claudia Drossel, Joseph Ciarrochi, and Kristy Dalyrmple (moderator)
Process based Therapy (PBT) advances a novel framework by Drs. Steven C. Hayes and Stefan Hofmann that aims to help providers understand which core biopsychological processes to target in an individual using functional analysis, network modeling approaches, and identification of core change processes (Hayes & Hofmann, 2018). This 2-hour live video event brings together seven of the foremost clinical and research experts in the field to address PBT’s advancements and progress to date, challenges and opportunities that lie ahead, and what the future of PBT and its dissemination may entail. This is the capstone event of the PBT Special Interest Group’s (PBT SIG) yearlong book club, in which members of the Association for Contextual and Behavioral Sciences (ACBS) community gathered to discuss Drs. Hayes, Hofmann, and Lorscheid’s book Learning Process-Based Therapy: A Skills Training Manual for Targeting the Core Processes of Psychological Change in Clinical Practice. This is an interactive event in which attendees can submit questions in advance via this web link that the panel will address together. This event is intended for individuals at any level of PBT understanding and training. Everyone is welcome.
This training is worth 2 CE credit hours if attended live. While we can only provide CE to those who are present – i.e. logged in – for live sessions, Praxis webinars are recorded for later viewing. Registrants may access these recordings at any time for up to nine months from the conclusion of the training to which they pertain. You can review the Speaker Bios by clicking here.
Thursday, February 9, 2023, 3 pm-5 pm EST
Participants will be able to:
- Describe the development of Process-Based Therapy and understand the importance of a process-based approach.
- Identify the goals of process-based therapy.
- Discuss current PBT research approaches.
Please review complete CE and conflict-of-interest disclosure information prior to registering. This live online course is sponsored by Praxis Continuing Education and Training and is approved for 2 CE Hours by the following listed below. There was no commercial support for this activity. None of the planners or presenters for this educational activity have relevant financial relationship(s) to disclose with ineligible companies whose primary business is producing, marketing, selling, re-selling, or distributing healthcare products used by or on patients.
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Joint Accreditation: In support of improving patient care, Praxis Continuing Education and Training, Inc is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.
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Ciarrochi, J. Sahdra, B., Hofmann, S., & Hayes, S. C. (2022). Developing an item pool to assess processes of change in psychological interventions: The Process-Based Assessment Tool (PBAT). JCBS, Volume 23, Pages 200-213.
Steven C. Hayes, Stefan G. Hofmann, Cory E. Stanton (2020) Process-based functional analysis can help behavioral science step up to novel challenges: COVID – 19 as an example. JCBS, Volume 18, Pages 128-145.
A. Solomon Kurz, Yelena L. Johnson, Karen Kate Kellum, Kelly G. Wilson (2019) How can process-based researchers bridge the gap between individuals and groups? Discover the dynamic p-technique. JCBS, Volume 13, Pages 60-65.
Hofmann, S. G., Hayes, S. C., & Lorscheid, D. N. (2021). Learning process-based therapy: A skills training manual for targeting the core processes of psychological change in clinical practice. New Harbinger Publications.
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