This workshop can empower your work with couples, whether you are a licensed psychologist, family therapist or trained professional in related areas. You will learn well-established assessment techniques and effective intervention strategies that have proved helpful to couples. You will join the 10,000 + clinicians around the world, who have been trained in Integrative Behavioral Couple Therapy.
IBCT is a relatively recent evidence-based approach to couple therapy. It is rooted in behavioral couple therapy but has integrated the concept of emotional acceptance as a therapeutic target. Within the field of cognitive-behavioral interventions, it is classified as a “third-wave” intervention.
The IBCT workshop is hosted by Associate Professor Tea Trillingsgaard at Aarhus University and led by Professor Andrew Christensen from UCLA (the developer of IBCT). A team of several expert IBCT trainers and consultants will conduct the training. The workshop consists of five online trainings lasting 4 hours each. All trainings begin at 17 PM in Denmark (GMT+2), so it is possible to attend if you are situated in either Europe or the US.
Conducted online over zoom, this workshop will include lectures, video demonstrations of IBCT, role-play exercises, and question and answer discussions as well as breaks at fixed time points. You can register for small-group consultancy (in English or Danish) during the zoom training. Read more about the practical information here.
All participants with at least 90% participation will receive a course certificate. When combining the zoom workshop with consultancy and an additional 10-hours workshop in Aarhus, up to 30 hours of credit is earned toward “Specialistuddannelsen” for Danish psychologists. Read more about this under “IBCT add-ons and “Specialistuddannelsen”.
For Danish speaking participants, other add-ons to the zoom workshop are available, see here.
Early bird prices (before 1st of December)