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Member Benefits & Activities
Half-Day Brunch Workshops
These are Sunday morning meetings of about 40-80 members where senior cognitive-behavioral therapists speak on topics in which they have specialized knowledge and expertise. These events begin with a full, hot brunch, and some time is set aside for getting to know like-minded colleagues from around the state. Recent topics have included: Emotion-Focused Therapy; Dialectical Behavior Therapy; Borderline Personality Disorder; Mindfulness; Obsessions & Compulsions; Couple Therapy; Positive Psychotherapy; Compassion-Focused Therapy; and Acceptance and Commitment Therapy. Click here for a listing of past workshops, or here for details about the next workshop.
Annual Master Lectures
These are full-day presentations by nationally-known cognitive-behavior therapists. Master Lecturers have included David Barlow (New, Intensified Treatment of Anxiety Disorders), Zindel Segal (Mindfulness-Based CT), Edna Foa (PTSD), Jeffrey Young (Schema Therapy), Tom Borkoved (GAD), Andrew Christensen (Emotional Acceptance in Couple Therapy), and David Clark (New Cognitive Techniques for Anxiety Disorders).
Organized alphabetically and by county and town, our PDF and online Membership Directories list up to two offices for each licensed member. Online Membership Directory on our website at www.NJ-ACT.org/directory.html
Our quarterly newsletter provides summaries of important journal articles, book reviews, and information on workshops. Full and Associate Members receive the newsletter. Click here for selections from the newsletter.
Electronic Articles & Member Discussions
Several times a month, members receive email summaries of current research, clinical issues, and member discussions on these topics. All members may participate in these discussions.
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