Headlines



1.  Adult CBT practices
  a. CBT in anxiety disorders
  b. Theoretical approaches and therapeutic approaches to pervasive anxiety disorder
  c. Social anxiety disorder and CBT
  d. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and CBT
  e. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and CBT
  f. Therapeutic approaches in real-life trauma
  g. Disorders of somatic symptom, conversion disorder and effective CBT practices
  h. CBT in depression and resistant depression
  i. CBT practice and effectiveness research in psychotic disorders and bipolar disorder
  j. CBT in sexual and sexual dysfunctions
  k. Perfectionism and psychopathology
  l. Exposure Therapy practices
  m. CBT practices in obesity and eating disorders
  n. CBT approaches in family, couple and relationship problems
  o. Personality disorders and CBT practices
  p. CBT practices in cancer patients
  q. CBT in cases of mourning and loss
  r. Approaches to suicide tendencies and interventions
  s. CBT in fibromyalgia, chronic pain, IBS and similar situations
   

2.  CBT in children and adolescents
  a. Eating disorders (“bulimia nervosa” ve “anorexia nervosa”) and CBT
  b. Development and therapy of obsessive-compulsive disorder in children
  c. Stress and anxiety management, anxiety disorders and CBT in children
  d. The effect of temperament and family psychopathology on therapy, normalization of anticipation
  e. CBT approaches in anger-related problems
  f. Behavioral treatment approaches in regressive behavior problems (enuresis, etc.)
  g. Cognitive-behavioral approaches in autism spectrum disorders
  h. CBT approaches to examination anxiety
  i. Protective CBT approaches
  j. CBT in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and executive dysfunction
  k. CBT in Mood Disorders and suicide tendency
  l. Motivational interview with children and adolescents
  m. CBT in Specific Learning Difficulties
  n. CBT in Movement Disorders
  o. Trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapies
  p. CBT in internet addiction
  q. Cognitive behavioral psychoeducation and CBT practices in school


3.  Current and New CBT Approaches
  a. Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)
  b. Dialectical Behavior Therapy
  c. Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy
  d. Mindfulness-based stress reduction
  e. Metacognitive therapy
  f. Compassion-focused therapy
  g. Scheme therapy
  h. REBT current practices


4.  Theoretical and Scientific Subjects
  a. Evidence-based psychopathology models
  b. Evidence-based psychotherapy practices
  c. Current scientific knowledge about transdiagnostic processes
  d. Scientific basis of EMDR practices
  e. Activities of new CBT practices
  f. Usage areas of virtual reality technology
  g. Smart phone and internet based practices
  h. Psychotherapy approaches and mediation research
  i. Round table meetings: CBT; new generation CBT approaches; the future of psychotherapy, current problems and solution recommendations
  k. Current research designs and statistical methods
  l. CBT and component analysis research
  m. The approach of different CBT schools to the same subject


5.  Psychotherapy and Education
  a. Content and method of CBT education
  b. Efficiency of CBT education
  c. The effects of CBT training on participants
  d. Advantages and problems of virtual media-based trainings
  e. Dissemination and development of CBT supervision trainings


6.  CBT implementation and related issues
  a. Deal with Resistance in the CBT
  b. Being now and here and experientially in the CBT
  c. Approaches to interaction between therapist and client
  d. Cognitive-behavioral group therapies
  e. Place and practice of psychoeducation in CBT
  f. Metaphors and their use in the CBT
  g. Rapid intervention methods


7.  Obsessive compulsive disorder