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BFT01 Brief Treatment - Overview
The purpose of this module is to present and overview of brief treatment as a strong effective mode of therapy.
BFT02 Brief Treatment - Bipolar Disorder
Brief Treatment: Discusses three different categories of Borderlines and how to work with each in brief treatment.
BFT03 Brief Treatment - Brief Anxiety-Provoking Psychotherapy
The purpose of this module is to discuss the effectiveness and validity of short-term psychotherapy.
BFT04 Brief Treatment - Narrative-Constructivist Brief Treatment with Families
Brief Treatment: "Competency based approach" A detective approach to what is working with patient and family functioning and amplify it.
BFT05 Brief Treatment - Brief Dynamic Psychotherapy
Brief Treatment: A framework developed for brief therapy effective and lasting psychotherapeutic results achieved focused on present and past patient strengths.
BFT06 Brief Treatment- Adolescents
The purpose of this module is to discuss the use of a Solution-Focused model of brief treatment with difficult adolescents.
BFT07 Brief Treatment - Children with Affective Disorders
Brief Treatment – Brief Group Therapy with children with Affective Disorders
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