Many of us have behaviors we’d like to change. Unfortunately, long-term transformation is difficult to maintain. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy is a time proven method for shifting behaviors we act out whether out of habit or fear.
In this installment of C.A.F.E. 229, we are honored to welcome Dr. Judith Beck. President of the Beck Institute for CBT, Dr. Beck has spent decades writing, researching, and working on fine tuning Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
Join us for an episode dedicated to transforming the self through CBT. Whether you are a therapist or a client, this episode will be sure to be filled with the information you need to incorporate CBT in your life
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About Dr. Judith S. Beck
As President of Beck Institute, Judith S. Beck, PhD, provides the vision and leadership to further our mission: to improve lives worldwide through excellence and innovation in Cognitive Behavior Therapy training, practice and research. She is also Clinical Professor of Psychology in Psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania where she teaches psychiatric residents. She received her doctoral degree from Penn in 1982.
Dr. Beck divides her time among administration, supervision and teaching, clinical work, curriculum development, research, and writing. She has been a consultant for several National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) studies, has developed widely-adopted assessment scales for children and adolescents, and has made hundreds of presentations nationally and internationally on various applications of CBT.
Dr. Beck has written over 100 articles and chapters on different aspects of cognitive therapy, as well as books, workbooks, and pamphlets for professionals and the lay public.