AACBT Online Events

CBT@Home webinar series

These on-demand webinars are available for free for all AACBT members.

AACBT members enjoy free access to all of these presentations via “MyAccount“.

Non-members may purchase individual presentations via the Events page.


Coming soon:

  • Sue Bertossa – Making CBT work for Aboriginal and other cultural minority groups
  • Brett Deacon – Exposure therapy
  • and more!

Managing suicidality in clinical practice

Dr Fiona Shand (Senior Research Fellow, Black Dog Institute, UNSW, Clinical Psychologist)

This 1-hour CBT@Home webinar was recorded in March 2020 and is available until 31 Dec 2022.


Digital CBT: delivering CBT online and through digital resources

Drs Tania McMahon, Jennifer Connolly and Professor David Kavanagh (Queensland University of Technology)

This approx. 1-hour CBT@Home webinar was recorded in April 2020, with thanks to eMHprac and QUT for hosting, and is available until 31 Dec 2022.

(Please note that this presentation is not available for purchase by non-members.)


Living with loss: evidence-based treatment approaches for prolonged grief reactions

Dr Fiona Maccallum, The University of Queensland

This approx. 1-hour CBT@Home webinar was recorded in June 2020 and is available until 31 Dec 2022.


Using CBT apps in clinical practice

Dr David Bakker, Private Practice, Adjunct Research Associate, Monash University

This approx. 1-hour CBT@Home webinar was recorded in July 2020 and is available until 31 Dec 2022.


Trauma and racism – what to consider when working with Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander clients

Ms Michelle Combo, Psychologist, Metro South Mental Health

This approx. 1-hour CBT@Home webinar was recorded in October 2020 and is available until 31 Dec 2022.


Transdiagnostic cognitive-behavioural group therapy for emotional disorders

Professor Peter Norton, Cairnmillar Institute

This approx. 45 min CBT@Home webinar was recorded in November 2020 and is the presentation of his address as the 2020 Distinguished Career Award winner and is available until 31 Dec 2022.


Repetitive thinking

Professor Michelle Moulds, The University of NSW

This approx. 63 min CBT@Home webinar was recorded in December 2020 and is the presentation of her address as the 2020 AACBT Mid-career award winner and is available until 31 Dec 2022.


Comorbidity in practice: Understanding and addressing co-occurring substance use and mental health conditions

Dr Erin Kelly, Matilda Centre for Research in Mental Health and Substance Use, University of Sydney

This approx. 40 min CBT@Home webinar was recorded in January 2021 and is the presentation of her address as the 2020 AACBT Early Career award winner and is available until 31 Dec 2022.


Experiential methods to introduce the cognitive model and coach cognitive therapy skills

Dr Chris Basten, Basten & Associates, Clinical Psychologists; Macquarie University

 

This approx. 1hr 20 min CBT@Home webinar was recorded in February 2021 and is available until 31 Dec 2023.


Master Clinician webinar series

These on-demand webinars are available for free for all AACBT members, or via a one-off sale to non-members.

If you would like to enjoy free access, you can purchase your membership online.


CBT for chronic loneliness: theory and practice

Professor Roz Shafran (University College London) with Dr Michelle Lim (Swinburne University of Technology)

This 1hr 43min Master Clinician Series webinar was recorded in May 2020 and is available until 31 Dec 2022.


Best practices in cognitive and behavioural treatments for OCD

Professor Martin Antony (Ryerson University)

This 3hr 29min Master Clinician series webinar was recorded in July 2020 and is available until 31 Dec 2022.


Cognitive therapy for Social Anxiety Disorder in adults and adolescents

Professor David M Clark (University of Oxford)

This approx. 3hr Master Clinician series webinar was recorded in September 2020 and is available until 31 Dec 2022.


Mental Imagery in CBT

Professor Emily Holmes (Uppsala University)

 

This approx. 1hr 40min Master Clinician series webinar was recorded in October 2020 and is available until 31 Dec 2022.

 


Evidence-based treatment of child & adolescent depression and suicide

Professor Emeritus Mark A Reinecke (Northwestern University)

 

This approx. 2hr 43min Master Clinician series webinar was recorded in June 2021 and is available until 31 Dec 2023.

 


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