CBT & Psychosis

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  • CBT & Psychosis
    November 21, 2019
    1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Title:  CBT & Psychosis
Date:  Thursday, November 21, 2019
Time: 1:00PM-4:00PM
Location: 25 Kessel, Training Room, Lower Level
Presenter: Michelle Murray, MSW, LCSW, SUD, CSIT
Cost: $90 (Free to Journey Staff)

Training description

CBT has been shown to reduce the distress associated with the symptoms of psychosis.  Studies have demonstrated that CBT can result in decreased positive symptoms, improvement in negative symptoms, and improved functioning.  The 3 hour training will review basic principles of CBT while focusing on specific components in the following main phases; engagement and befriending, assessment of experiences, formulation development, application of intervention and skills building and consolidation of skills.  The training will provide a case example, group activity and discussion to enhance the learning experience.       


Michelle Murray, LCSW, SUD, CSIT is currently employed with Journey as a Clinical Internship Supervisor, founder of Forward Counseling & Consultation and a long-term lecturer at UW Madison in the School of Social Work.  She is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with a Substance Abuse Specialty and over 15 years of experience with five of those years dedicated to supervising and training peers and clinical interns.  She has a unique background of working in community agencies that address mental health issues through crisis intervention, case management, and psychotherapy.  She has experience with individual and group therapy and in-home therapy for people who experience both mental health and substance abuse disorders.  Michelle has advanced training in trauma and is skilled at addressing a wide range of diagnoses and issues including: anxiety and mood disorders, psychosis, complex trauma in combination with substance use disorders, grief and loss, interpersonal conflicts, homelessness, domestic violence, loss of independence and adjustment difficulties.   

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