GROUP OF STUDIES ON BEHAVIORAL CONTEXTUAL THERAPY ONLINE CONTEXTUS CORE - CEFI

  • Period

    Start 23/11/2020 - Fortnightly frequency


Investment

  • Contrato de 3 meses:

    3 x R$175,00
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Study group aimed at CEFI students with the objective of complementing the theoretical approach, promoting exchanges of perceptions about the contextual behavioral approach in line with the demands and clinical practice.

Faculty

José Ignácio Cruz Gaitán

José Ignácio Cruz Gaitán

Psychologist. Master in Psychotherapy. Member of the CEFI Cora and Contextus team.
Graduated in Conductive Dialectic Therapy by Behavioral Tech and with multiple
training in Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Analytical-Functional Therapy and
several Contextual therapies. I am a member of the ACBS Chapter Mexico, Director of the
Center for Conductual Therapy in the West in Guadalajara, Mexico. Co-author of the book
“Duel: Treatment based on Aceptación y Compromiso therapy” as well as articles and book chapters on suicide and mourning. He has clinical experience with
patients at risk of suicide, mourning for suicide, Depression, Anxiety and patients
with difficulties in emotional regulation.

Program content

- Formulation of cases


Koerner, K. (2020) Science in practice. in Hayes, S. C., Stefan G. Hofmann. Cognitive Therapy- Process-Based Behavioral: Science and Clinical Skills. Artmed
Publisher.

Sandoz, E. (2009) Experiential Case Conceptualization in Wilson, K. G, Mindfulness for two: An
acceptance and commitment therapy approach to mindfulness in psychotherapy. New
Harbinger Publications.

- Spaces to promote pro-social behavior

Atkins, P. W., Sloan, D. W., Hayes, S. (2019) Core Design Principles, Version 2.0. in Prosocial:
using evolutionary science to build productive, equitable, and collaborative groups.
New Harbinger Publications ,. Chapter 1

Atkins, P. W., Sloan, D. W., Hayes, S. (2019) Core Design Principles, Version 2.0. in Prosocial:
using evolutionary science to build productive, equitable, and collaborative groups.
New Harbinger Publications ,. Chapter 4