Contact us:
St-Petersbourg

phone: +7(812) 404-06-56
"To see things in the seed, that is genius."
Lao Tzu

Association for Cognitive and Behavioral Psychotherapy

since 1999
Association of Cognitive and Behavioral Psychotherapy (Russia) Founded in 1999 We bring together mental health professionals with the mission to promote cognitive and behavioral therapy in Russian Federation as well as provide highly professional help and support for our patients and clients.

Address
12z Kamennoostrovsky ave. St-Petersbourg,
197101

www.associationcbt.ru


We are the only organization which has State Educational License and legally provide CBT training with local analog of CE for mental health professionals.
Every year RACBP publishes a few professional journals registered with ISBN and in Russian science citation index.
Our association
19 regional branches in Russia - our members include over 800 clinical professional - over 1500 clinicians participated in our educational programs
DEPARTMENTS
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Europe



Asia
Moscow
St-Petersbourg
Samara
Rostov-on-Don
Belgorod
Voronezh
Petrozavodsk
Perm
Novosibirsk
Krasnoyarsk
Abakan
Khabarovsk
Vladivostok
Omsk
Murmansk
Ijevsk
Minsk, Belarus
Narva, Estonia
Keln, Germany

Astana
Almaty
Karaganda
LEADERS
Leaders of direction and Chiefs of departments
Dmitrii Kovpak MD
President
Andrey Kamenyukin
Vice President
Alice Kovpak PhD
Developmental Director
Snezhana-Sophia Zamalieva PhD
Leader of mindfulness direction
Juliya Erukhimovich
Training Director
Ksenia Savelieva
HR Partner
seminar
Compassion Focused Therapy
Paul Guilbert 11-12/05/2019
St-Petersburg
Compassion Focused Therapy is rooted in an evolutionary model of human psychology. Participants on this course will be introduced to the difficulties that the human brain encounters as a result of its evolutionary history. We explore the way in which old motivation and emotional systems interact with newly evolved cognitive competencies and intelligences, causing difficulty and complexity in the mind.
This workshop enables participants to bring an evolutionary framework to the conceptualisation of mental health problems and their alleviation. Participants will learn:
  • How the human ability to self-monitor can be a source of shame, anxiety and depression
  • How the three-affect regulation system (threat awareness & coping, reward & resource seeking, and contentment & soothing) forms complex patterns within the mind
  • How early life experiences can shape the organisation of our emotions and underpin mental health difficulties
We then explore the components of self-compassion and how its application can facilitate and promote wellbeing. The fears, blocks and resistances to self-compassion are also studied.
Participants complete the workshop with an understanding of compassion as flow: compassion to others, being open to compassion from others, and compassion towards oneself. The course is designed to encourage the use of practices that stimulate compassionate mental states and those that build a sense of the compassionate-self identity.

More info and registrarion: info@associationcbt.ru, +7(911)922-44-19 (phone & messengers)
Price: 300$
Saint-Petersburg, Russia, 11-12/05/2019, 10:00-17:00 (GMT+3)
Paul Raymond Gilbert, is a British clinical psychologist and Officer of the Order of the British Empire, the founder of compassion focused therapy (CFT), compassionate mind training (CMT) author of books such as The Compassionate Mind: A New Approach to Life's Challenges and Overcoming Depression.
Who should participate?
This workshop will be valuable for mental health professionals with varied levels of knowledge of CBT. The practical skills covered in this workshop will be directly useful in clinical work, and the ideas and frameworks introduced will be helpful for professionals' self-reflection, and for those professionals in training and supervision roles.
VIEWS
We are very proud of our honorary members:
Aaron T. Beck, MD, (Philadelphia, USA)
Judith S. Beck, Ph.D., (Philadelphia, USA)
Arthur Freeman PD, (New York, USA)
Donna M. Sudak, M.D (Philadelphia, USA)
Robert Leahy (New York, USA)
John Viterito, MS, PD, (New York, USA)
Paolo Gomez PhD, (Sao Paolo, Brazil)
Astrid Müller, Ph.D., M.D. (Hannover, Germany)
Andreas Blazer (Switzerland, Bern)
Donna Sudac
Philadelphia, USA
Bern, Swetzerland
Andreas Blazer
The founder of problem-oriented psychotherapy
New York, USA
Robert Leahy
Director of American Institute for Cognitive Therapy
Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Paul Raymond Gilbert
The founder of compassion focused therapy
Istanbul, Turkey
Mehmet Sungur
President of International Association of Cognitive Psychotherapy
Calgary, Canada
Keith Dobson
President of Canadian Association of Cognitive-Behavior Therapy
THE VENUE
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