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What is All Things CBT? All Things CBT is a weekly forum that provides practical, down-to-earth answers to your CBT questions.
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Join us online from 12 – 1 pm US Pacific Time every Tuesday. Hear Daniel and his colleagues respond to your questions and those of others.
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Daniel Mintie, LCSW For three decades I’ve practiced, taught and written about cognitive-behavioral approaches to wellness.
As I myself experience all the personal and professional challenges my patients and students bring to me, I regularly utilize CBT tools in my daily life. Over three decades I’ve grown ever-more grateful for CBT’s powerful presence in my life and in the lives of countless patients, colleagues and students. I'm very excited about a recent new direction in my work: teaching basic CBT theory and practice to laypeople worldwide who can then share these tools in their own communities. Called "Low-Intensity CBT," this approach offers access to these life-giving tools to communities often denied such care.
I’ve written four books, am an adjunct professor at Georgetown University's School of Medicine, and have taught cognitive-behavioral therapy at other universities and training centers worldwide. These include the University of New Mexico; Kaivalyadhama Yoga Institute & Research Center in Lonavla, India; The University of Economics and Human Sciences in Warsaw, Poland; the Academic College Of Israel in Ramat-Gan; the Feeling Good Institute in Mountain View, California; Retorno Treatment Center in Shemesh, Israel; the National Institute For Mental Health And Neuroscience in Bangalore, India; Mexico City’s Universidad Hebraica; Sheth P.T. Mahila College in Surat, India; and the Zentrum fur Psychotherapie in Stuttgart, Germany.
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