Cognitive Behavioral Conjoint Therapy

Cognitive Behavioral Conjoint Therapy

Cognitive Behavioural Conjoint Therapy (CBCT) for PTSD, an evidence-based approach for treating PTSD that includes a family member in treatment. Has been around since the 80s, is well-evidenced, and produces consistently good results, with clients going subclinical on standard measures usually in <6 sessions. Widely deployed in residential treatment facilities due to its flexibility (can be 1:1, group, or a hybrid).

If you are looking at Cognitive Behavioural Conjoint Therapy have a look at the counsellors listed below.

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Cynthia Lamont

M.A., RCC
    • Audio on profile
    • Online booking
Cynthia Lamont is available to meet clients via the online Jane System, who are from both B.C. and Alberta. For Kelowna-based, in-person sessions, you can book directly through the website. Cynthia, a Registered... Read more

Paige Mowbray

M.S.W., RCSW
    • Online booking
I am described as warm and down-to-earth, with a highly relational approach and trauma-informed perspective I specialize in grief /loss and trauma I worked for many years in the nonprofit sector with individuals... Read more

David Renaud

M.S.W., RCC
    • Online booking
I work with people experiencing difficult problems. Such problems go by many names, and may be new or old, but all share the common trait of stubbornly obstructing our happiness. You might feel depressed, anxious, or... Read more

Ashley Robinson

B.S.W., RSW
    • Online booking
I am a Registered Social Worker and Counsellor here to hold space for your healing while gaining empowerment, self-discovery, higher self-awareness, and deeper self-love.  I have spent much time working with... Read more