Randy Paterson, Ph.D. discusses topics from his upcoming workshop, How to Treat Depression: A CBT-Based Perspective.
About the Author:
Randy Paterson, Ph.D, R.Psych. is a psychologist and the founding director of Changeways Clinic, a private psychotherapy service in Vancouver BC. He is the author of How to be Miserable: 40 Strategies You Already Use, The Assertiveness Workbook, Your Depression Map, and Private Practice Made Simple. He is the lead author of Canada’s most widely used group treatment program for depression, co-author of the online Antidepressant Skills Workbook, and creator of multiple manuals and resource guides for clinicians. In addition to his clinical work, Dr Paterson provides educational training programs for mental health professionals across Canada, internationally, and online on topics including diversity awareness, communication skills, positive psychology, and treatment strategies for mood and anxiety disorders. Recently his clinical work has focused on the issues of emerging adulthood and the establishment of independence. His forthcoming book is How to be Miserable in Your Twenties: 40 Ways to Evade Adulthood.
“Excellent presenter: solid ideas, research-based, practical tools, enjoyable presenting style.”
– Glenn Rau | Fall 2017
“I like the presenter’s willingness to discuss cases that didn’t work out and what it taught him. This is consistent with the message given to struggling young adults.”
– Fall 2017
More information: www.randypaterson.com