Two‐Day Advanced Training in Cognitive Behavioural Insomnia Therapy (CBT‐I) in a Family Health Setting
Dates: Wednesday, March 27 & Thursday, March 28, 2019 Location: Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Toronto, Ontario Facilitator: Dr. Colleen E. Carney, Ryerson University
Hosted by: the Sunnybrook Academic Family Health Team
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBT‐I) is a straightforward treatment to learn, but delivering this treatment to those with complex, co‐occurring conditions can be a challenge. This challenge can be addressed by learning a case formulation approach. A client‐centered approach provides flexibility and efficiency of delivery, while remaining empirically based. This small, interactive workshop will deliver a comprehensive ‘basics of CBT‐I’ program on day one, followed by an advanced case formulation‐based training to help with your most complex cases.
Who Should Attend: Those who work with adults with insomnia in a primary care (i.e., non‐sleep specialty) setting and wish to learn how to treat insomnia when their clients have comorbid health problems, as well as how to help their clients discontinue sleep medications. The material will be tailored to fit varied disciplines including psychology, pharmacy, nursing, social work, occupational and physical therapy, and physicians.
Day One Agenda: The Basics of CBT‐I for Family Health
Day Two Agenda: Advanced CBT‐I for Family Health
To register: Please fill out this registration form and mail/fax it to the Sunnybrook Academic Family Health Team. Early‐bird (by February 22): $345; Regular (deadline March 6): $385. Space is limited.