Resources from Roots of Resilience – A Webinar with Dr. Donald Meichenbaum

In this Webinar, Dr. Donald Meichenbaum examines specific ways to bolster resilience in six areas (Physical, Interpersonal, Emotional , Thinking, Behavioral and Spiritual domains).

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About Dr. Donald Meichenbaum

Donald Meichenbaum, Ph.D. is  a founder of Cognitive Behavioral Modification and has been voted one of the 10 most influential psychotherapists of the Century by North American clinicians in a survey reported in the American Psychologist.  Dr. Meichenbaum is Distinguished Professor Emeritus at the University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, and maintains a private practice as a clinical psychologist.

As an expert in the treatment of PTSD, Dr. Meichenbaum has presented throughout North and Central America, Israel, Japan, and the former Soviet Union.  This workshop presents the essence of Dr. Donald Meichenbaum’s approach to  PTSD.  As a clinician and researcher, he has treated all age groups for traumas suffered from violence, abuse, accidents, and illness.

Dr. Meichenbaum is the author and co-author of numerous books including: A  Clinical Handbook/Practical Therapist Manual for Assessing and Treating Adults with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Stress Inoculation Training, Pain and Behavioral Medicine, and Facilitating Treatment Adherence.  His book, Cognitive Behavior Modification: An Integrative Approach, is considered a classic in its field.  He also serves as the editor of the Plenum Press Series on Stress and Coping.

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Books by Dr. Meichenbaum

Clinical Handbook
Treating Individuals with Anger Control Problems and Aggressive Behaviors
Price $65
For ordering information contact [email protected]

Forthcoming Book
Roadmap to Resilience
For book details contact [email protected]

 

See Video Clips & Read Interviews with Dr. Meichenbaum here

 

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