Thanks to a grant awarded to the NYS Office of Mental Health, CPI has worked with experts from the Aaron T. Beck Psychopathology Research Center at the University of Pennsylvania to create a series of nine videos focusing on Recovery-oriented Cognitive Therapy (CT-R).
CT-R was designed for people diagnosed with serious mental illness and is based upon a number of principles including:
- What people think effects how they feel and what they do
- Recovery extends to all
- There are concrete and effective procedures for bringing about recovery
- All individuals have an adaptive mode within them and everyone who works with them can collaborate to promote flourishing
Learning objectives of this video series are:
- Become familiar with the CT-R approach
- Understand the empirical support for CT-R
- Describe the activities associated with CT-R
- Understand how to user CT-R to address important issues such as negative symptoms, trauma, delusions and hallucinations
- Become familiar with the implementation of CT-R in treatment settings
The nine video topics are:
- Overview of Recovery-oriented Cognitive Therapy
- Meeting the individual where they are at
- Dreaming big: Developing the adaptive mode with meaningful aspirations
- Living large: Meaning through positive action
- Strengthening the adaptive mode
- Challenges to progress: Negative symptoms and challenges with communication
- Challenges to progress: Trauma, aggression and self-injury
- Challenges to progress: Delusions and hallucinations
- Recovery-Oriented Cognitive Therapy on the milieu
Continuing education credits for completion of this video series are available to social workers, licensed mental health counselors, and CASACs.
To access this video series:
- Log into the Learning Community using your username and password at: https://rfmh.csod.com/client/rfmh/default.aspx
- Click on "Browse for training"
- Click on "Recovery-Oriented Cognitive Therapy"
- Click on "Open curriculum player"
- Click on "Launch"