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Greg Crosby Presents Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Greg Crosby, art therapy counseling and human sciences faculty, will present workshops on cognitive behavioral therapy for the Tri-State Group Psychotherapy Society and PESI HeathCare in July 2013.

On July 19, Crosby will lead a day-long webcast titled Advanced Integrative Cognitive Behavioral Therapy & Interpersonal Neurobiology. This model blends the latest in 21st century brain science, powerful cognitive strategies, and core lifestyle skills. In the experiential workshop, participants will learn step-by-step methods for helping adult clients overcome anxiety and depression. PESI HealthCare hosted the webcast and forthcoming DVD, as well as in-person workshops led by Crosby in Minnesota and Georgia.

On July 26, Crosby will be the featured presenter at the Tri-State Group Psychotherapy Society's 2013 Annual Group Therapy Conference. Attendees will learn how to integrate group process skills and stages of development within a CBT group and to delineate key concepts in interpersonal neurobiology and group therapy.

Greg Crosby, MA, LPC, CGP, FAGPA, is a practicing therapist, trainer, teacher and consultant. For more than 25 years, he was the clinical regional coordinator of group therapy at Kaiser Permanente in Oregon and Washington and is a Fellow in the Group Psychotherapy Association. He currently serves on the Board of International Certified Group Psychotherapists.

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