Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Skills Groups
Are you or someone you know suffering from mild to moderate depression or anxiety? Or maybe you are just finding stressful situations harder to deal with than you used to?
We want to help.
The Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Skills Groups are an 8-week psycho-educational class for adults, aged 17.5 and older. During the pandemic, these groups are conducted via zoom with 15 participants. The groups are designed to teach you practical tools to recognize, understand, and manage patterns of feeling, thinking, and behaving aimed at improving your mental health.
Designed by psychiatrists and taught by physicians this course integrates neuroscience, mindfulness, and cognitive behavioural therapy skills and concepts.
In response to COVID-19 all of the CBT Skills Groups are now offered virtually.
Read the BCMJ article on Effectiveness and accessibility of virtual Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Skills Group medical visits during COVID-19
Read the BCMJ article on the success of the CBT Skills Program and find out how it could benefit you and your patients.
Physicians, Support Patients Within Primary Care
The Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Skills Group program is an eight-week group medical visit for adult patients (17.5-75 years old) who want to learn practical tools to improve their mental health. Trained physician facilitators deliver these 90-minute group medical visits, with up to 16 patients per group using zoom.