The Basics of Interpersonal Therapy

The purpose of this course is to provide a basic overview of interpersonal therapy, including its principles, techniques, clinical applications, and research findings.

About this course

Interpersonal Therapy was originally developed to use as an intervention in research studies, but its demonstrated efficacy has seen its use extend to numerous clinical applications. Because it is a time-limited, but interpersonally-focused therapy, IPT is attractive to health insurers and clients alike. In the last decade, the popularity of IPT has increased greatly among clinicians. The purpose of this course is to provide you with a basic overview of interpersonal therapy, or IPT: its principles, techniques, and clinical applications, along with a look at some of the research which has demonstrated solid capacity for helping clients achieve desired change. On successful completion of the course, you will be able to: Define and describe IPT; Explain the theories on which IPT is based; Discuss the appropriate use of at least eight IPT tactics; Identify when to use the chief IPT techniques; Cite at least five studies which have demonstrated the effectiveness of IPT.
Duration 3 hours
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Type introductory
Price Included with Membership
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