CBT (Cognitive Behavioral Therapy) Pre-Conference Workshop!
15 days ago
The Red Rock CME Conference, presented by the Utah Academy of Physician Assistants, is excited to announce registration for a unique pre-conference workshop on Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). This course is open to all clinicians wanting an opportunity to learn more about the practice of CBT from experts in the field Timothy McCreary and Jason King.
You will spend four hours in an immersive small group setting learning how to put CBT into practice. This course is ideal for any PA or NP desiring to spend more time learning the practice of CBT and how to utilize it in their practice.
Tuesday, March 28th from 1:00-5:00 pm at the Dixie Center in St. George, Utah.
Dr. Timothy McCreary is informed by 19 years of practice serving underserved and vulnerable populations in under-resourced areas of the country. After 10 years in outpatient family medicine he decided to dedicate the balance of his career improving the mental health of his patients and making high quality mental healthcare more accessible by teaching and mentoring other PAs as they seek to become better mental healthcare providers and/or mental health experts. He is a full time clinician with the Indian Health Service (providing both primary care and psychiatric care) and is the Director of the Psychiatry Track at Rocky Mountain University of Health professions, Doctorate of Medical Science program. His professional journey has included opportunities to associate with and serve thousands of inspiring PAs and APRNS all across the country- he is the current president of the Association of PAs in Psychiatry and past president of the PHSAPA and UAPA.
Dr. Jason King is recognized for providing compassionate and judgment free mental health care for the last 20 years. His clinical expertise was recognized nationally in 2012 when the American Mental Health Counselors Association awarded him Mental Health counselor of the year. His professional education and training includes treating patients of all ages with expertise in human sexuality, compulsive and addictive behavior, contemporary issues in counseling, and advanced clinical practice. Dr. King is also on faculty with Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions, Doctorate of Medical Science Program.
This pre conference course is not yet approved for CME credit. Conference organizers plan to apply for 4 AAPA Category 1 CME credits from the AAPA Review Panel. Conference organizers also plan to apply for 4 CE hours from the AANP.