Rogers Behavioral Health

Behavioral activation for depression: Principles and strategies

Rogers Behavioral Health in Seattle invites you to join us for an in-person CE seminar, “Behavioral activation for depression: Principles and strategies.” This seminar offers intermediate-level practitioners the opportunity to earn 4.0 CE credits.

In this presentation, review the principles and strategies for using behavioral activation (BA), an evidence-based approach, to treat patients presenting with moderate to severe depression and a variety of co-occurring diagnoses. The presenters will address using BA with adult and adolescent populations and will also include case examples and discussion opportunities.

Date and time: Friday, February 10, 8:30 am to 2 pm
Location: Training Room, Conifer Building (1450 114th Ave SE, Bellevue, WA)
Fee: $25 with early registration by 1/11/23; $45 with regular registration by 2/3/23 (fee includes brunch and printed handouts)
Presented by: Rachel Leonard, PhD, and Andrea Hartman, PsyD

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