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All cancellations must be submitted by email. Non-attendance at a retreat will not be grounds for full or partial refund/credit under any circumstances. Refunds will be available minus a $70 administration fee for cancellations made 45 days or more prior to the event. No refund or credit under any circumstances will be available for cancellations less than 45 days prior to the event. Given our effort to optimise the quality of training by limiting retreats to a very small size, exceptions to this can not be granted.
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Saturday 28 November 2020
9:30am - 11:30am (local time Hobart, Australia)
Online - Zoom
Trainer: Bruno Cayoun
Places: Filling up
Cognitive reappraisal in CBT involves a disputation of “distorted thinking” to assist people to rectify their views so they are more in line with “reality”. Similarly, the Right Effort is a central skillset in the “Eightfold Noble Path” in Buddhist psychology, which teaches people to notice the kind of thoughts that inhabits their mind and choose carefully to think helpful thoughts and abandon unhelpful ones. Since Aaron T. Beck’s philosophy underlying Cognitive Therapy was derived from both ancient Greek and Buddhist philosophies, it is not surprising that both CBT-based cognitive reappraisal and the “Right Effort” involve identifying unhelpful thinking, modifying beliefs, relating to others in different ways, and changing the way we think about something or someone.
This masterclass will describe both methods, the relationship between the two, as well as the important differences in their practice and fundamental assumptions. This masterclass will end with a 20-minute online discussion and Q & A with Dr Cayoun. If you are unable to attend or prefer not to ask questions publicly, you are encouraged to send any related questions you may have before the day of the masterclass. The name of attendees who send questions is kept completely confidential.
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