Category: Translational

Panel Discussion

Panel Discussion 23 - Process-Based CBT

Saturday, November 18
4:15 PM - 5:15 PM
Location: Sapphire Ballroom E & F, Level 4, Sapphire Level

Keywords: Transdiagnostic | Mediation / Mediators | Diagnosis
Presentation Type: Panel Discussion

Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) has been an enormous empirical and practical success over its more than 50+ year history. The situation surrounding evidence-based care has dramatically changed, however, and it is important for CBT to change as well. For decades, evidence-based therapy has been defined in terms of scientifically validated protocols focused on syndromes. That era is now passing away. This symposium considers how a new form of process-based CBT might emerge, that links evidence-based transdiagnostic processes to evidence-based procedures to ameliorate the problems and promote the prosperity of people. Topics to be considered include how the field can move toward a more functional diagnostic system that has greater treatment utility; how transdiagnostic processes and evidence-based procedures of importance can be effectively identified and refined; how biological and behavioral sciences might best be aligned; and how more progressive models and theories can be established.

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Steven C. Hayes

Foundation Professor
University of Nevada, Reno

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Michelle G. Craske

Distinguished Professor
UCLA

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Steven C. Hayes

Foundation Professor
University of Nevada, Reno

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