26th Annual Summer Seminars: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Cognitive Remediation: Contemporary Approaches to Mental Health Care
Robert Goisman, MD, Matcheri S. Keshavan, MD
The influence of cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) is widening as the importance of cost-effective, empirically validated, shorter-term treatment increases. From its beginnings as a treatment for specific phobias, CBT is now indicated as primary or adjunctive treatment for a wide range of mood, anxiety, and psychotic disorders. Simultaneously, cognitive impairments are increasingly being viewed as core disturbances in several neuropsychiatric disorders. Few effective pharmacological treatments are available for amelioration of cognitive deficits, but there is an emerging body of literature supporting the use of psychosocial approaches to cognitive remediation.
Topics to be covered in this course will include a brief review of the development of behavioral and cognitive treatments; anxiety disorders, including panic, phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and post-traumatic stress disorder; mood disorders; principles underlying the development of cognitive remediation for schizophrenia, mood disorders, ADHD, mild cognitive impairments, and autism; social skills training and cognitive restructuring for psychotic disorders; and the relationship of CBT to psychodynamic psychotherapy. We will review efficacy data and therapeutic mechanisms for cognitive remediation approaches and discuss cognitive therapy approaches for bipolar disorder and for the treatment of delusions, hallucinations, and negative symptoms of schizophrenia. We will in part utilize a case presentation format, in which a case illustrating the subject matter of that morning will be presented and then discussed using the principles just developed. Live role-playing exercises will also be used in order to illustrate the application of social skills training principles and methods for induction of the relaxation response. Participants will be invited to present their own cases for consultation.
- Utilize specific techniques for anxiety reduction in patients with anxiety disorders;
- Evaluate specific CBT interventions used in panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, phobias, and PTSD;
- Apply cognitive and behavioral therapy methods in the treatment of patients with unipolar depression and with bipolar disorder;
- Review the principles underlying cognitive remediation approaches, with a focus on neuroplasticity, as they apply to the serious and persistently mentally ill;
- Review approaches to cognitive remediation as they apply to the serious and persistently mentally ill, and what we know about the efficacy of these interventions;
- Review social skills training and cognitive restructuring as they apply to the serious and persistently mentally ill;
- Determine areas of convergence as well as divergence in the relationship between CBT and psychodynamic psychotherapy.
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Registration: 8:30 am
Seminar Format: Monday – Friday: 9:00 am – 12:15 pm
Beth Israel Deaconess Department of Psychiatry Foundation, Inc./Contact Hours: 15
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Robert M. Goisman, MD is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and the former Director of Medical Student Education at Massachusetts Mental Health Center. His research interests have included behavioral therapy, anxiety disorders, and psychosocial rehabilitation in chronic mental illness. Dr. Goisman is a past recipient of the Elvin V. Semrad Award for Excellence in Teaching at the Massachusetts Mental Health Center. He is a past recipient of the “Outstanding Psychiatrist Award” from the Massachusetts Psychiatric Society for Public Sector Service. He is a Founding Fellow of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy and a Distinguished Life Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association. In 2011 he received the Special Faculty Prize for Sustained Excellence in Teaching from Harvard Medical School.
Matcheri S. Keshavan, MD is Stanley Cobb Professor of Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry, Harvard Medical School and Vice Chair, Public Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center.