Here you will find training opportunities offered by members of the NACBTp community. 
Please note that the Steering Committee does not endorse individual trainings.

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Live Trainings

Live open enrollment trainings and webinars  will be offered throughout the year by NACBTp trainers. Please note that, until further notice, these trainings will be offered online due to COVID-19. 

Learning CBT for Psychosis Live Series

Six live online 4-hour seminars designed to first provide an overview of CBTp, and then to provide a detailed understanding of how it approaches the various problem areas associated with psychosis.

When: April 8, 2022 -

Sept 23, 2022

Cost: $300 - $350

CBT for First Episode Psychosis (FEP)

This 15 hour training which includes online, on-demand and live webinar material is designed for clinicians working in Early Intervention or First Episode Psychosis Services. 

When: Material goes live February 3, 2022

Live webinars: March 3rd, 17th & 31st (1:00-4:30pm EST)

Cost:  $1,099


Master Clinician Series 2022: Psychosocial Interventions for Psychosis

The Master Clinician Series 2022 offers a variety of monthly virtual 4-hour workshops focusing on clinical interventions for psychosis. The series is designed for clinicians with experience of working with individuals with complex mental health needs who are interested in learning skills to advance their clinical practice. Presenters are international experts in the field of clinical interventions for serious mental health problems. 


When: Third Friday of each month
9:00am-1:00pmPST/ 12:00-4:00pmEST

Cost:  $1,265 - $1,485

Group CBT for psychosis training

When: Materials live January 20, 2022

Live zoom webinar: February 17, 2022

Cost:  $549  (early bird special $499 until December 23, 2021)

Format: On-demand materials, plus 1 live interactive 3 hour Zoom webinar


Full CBT for Psychosis Training

When: 6-month training beginning in Fall 2022

Cost: $2997 

Format: Bi-weekly online material and live 3-hour webinars


Advanced CBT for psychosis training

When: TBD 2022

Cost:  $1,099  (early bird special $999 until date to be determined)


On-Demand Trainings

Pre-recorded courses and webinars are available on-demand. 
Click on the links below to learn more about each offering. 

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Fundamentals Behind CBT for Psychosis

This first course will address the Fundamentals Behind CBT for psychosis. It will provide a foundational training for those licensed clinicians looking to get competency, and it will also provide a useful stand alone training for frontline staff looking to learn techniques to help them work more effectively with psychosis and reduce burnout. Recently re-launched with 5 CE credits available.


Cost: $369

CBT for psychosis

This 6 hour course, with APA & some other CE credit, presents the fundamentals of CBTp as an individualized, recovery oriented approach.  Learn the basics of collaboration, normalizing, developing a map or formulation, and then addressing each of the major problem areas associated with psychosis.


Cost: $95

Working with Trauma, Dissociation, and Psychosis

Discover how CBT and some other approaches can be helpful and can support recovery for people who have experienced trauma that then led to dissociation and psychosis.  This is a 6 hour course, offering APA and some other CE credit.


Cost: $95

CBTp e-primer course

This free self-paced 3-hour course, sponsored by SAMHSA, is open to all learners. It is designed as an introduction to foundational concepts related to cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and its application to psychotic symptoms and experiences. Modules include:

  • Psychosis Education

  • CBT Fundamentals

  • Applying CBT to Psychosis


Cost: Free

CBTp: Understanding the Basics

This free 1-hour webinar provides clinicians and clinicians-in-training with a brief orientation to the application of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to psychotic symptoms and disorders, its evidence base and the core principles and techniques of the intervention.

Supporting a Loved One with Psychosis

This free 1-hour webinar will explain how Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for psychosis (CBTp) can effectively support loved ones experiencing psychosis. An overview will be provided, along with key skills family members can draw on to support their lived one.

Telehealth and Individual CBTp 

This free 1-hour webinar aims to help practitioners consider critical intervention targets and high-yield motivational, cognitive, and behavioral strategies that are amenable to telephonic encounters, telehealth, or digital accompaniment. Companion clinical tip sheets and self-directed CBT for psychosis learning resources are available.

Telehealth and
Group CBTp 

This free 45-minute webinar discusses:

  • How is group CBTp different or the same via teletherapy?

  • What problems can arise and how to resolve them?

  • Does it work as well as in person?

Psychosis REACH Training

Psychosis REACH is intended to teach family members and caregivers CBTp-informed skills and strategies to improve communication and their relationships with loved ones with psychosis.

Trainings have been scheduled through 2022.

CBT for psychosis:

Evidence and Evolution

This free 1-hour webinar provides an overview of the evidence base,  the evolution of CBTp models of clinical application and highlights key training and implementation challenges in
North America.

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Learn more about upcoming conferences


The International Early Psychosis Association

September 15-17, 2022


Call for abstracts!

The theme of this year's conference is Early Intervention 2.0: Forging Ahead. This theme was chosen given the challenges arising from the current global pandemic, and to convey a spirit of growth – to forge ahead in a post-COVID world with new partnerships, new ideas in early intervention and new ways of doing things.

Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies

November 17-20, 2022

New York City, New York

Call for abstracts!

ABCT is encouraging submissions across the spectrum of science (i.e., basic, translational, clinical, and public policy) to effectively meet the behavioral health needs of our communities during and after emergencies/disasters. There is a particular interest in research from multidisciplinary teams that address these issues in novel ways