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SOA13 507 with Don Meichenbaum

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2 Responses to SOA13 507 with Don Meichenbaum

  1. dawnbhat says:

    Thank you for an informative presentation! This was the second time I’ve seen Michenbaum (first was a video clip in CBT graduate course). I appreciate his expertise and his particular delivery of CBT (he has a great sense of humor, too). I thought it was great to hear him talk about incorporating a strength-based approach in treatment.

  2. rinanyemah says:

    I appreciate learning about the case conceptualization model. It was easier to follow along after obtaining the chart from the site. I also like how Michenbaum identified similarities of how he works with other therapists, such a Burns. He identified the need to be predictable and to work in collaboration with the client which was emphasized in a session by Barrett. I really like how some of the same therapeutic skills are being reinforced in different presentations. This speaks to the effectiveness.

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