Evidence-Based Practice in Psychology – What it is & How to do it – 6CE Credit – VIRTUAL
The workshop provides an overview and practical application of the concept of evidence-based practice (EBP). Three major aspects of EBP will be emphasized: (1) empirically supported treatments (e.g., manualized and principle based protocols), (2) evidence-based psychotherapy relationships and responsiveness, and (3) routine outcome/progress monitoring. Clinical application of each aspect of EBP will be illustrated via case examples, role play, and demonstration. There will be opportunities for discussion of challenges and means of incorporating evidence-based principles into your practice.
Licensed mental health professionals and trainees currently providing psychotherapy/psychological treatment to adult clients.
1. Define and describe three major aspects/principles of evidence-based practice (empirically supported treatments, evidence-based psychotherapy relationships, routine outcome monitoring).
2. Describe the major strengths and limitations of each principle.
3. Learn to use a practice tool to assess your use of evidence-based practices and create a customized plan to strengthen your skill in one area of practice.
Format and Schedule
6 Hours (9am – 4:00pm).
Periodic breaks to be determined.
45 minute lunch break.
Cody Guy House Psy.D.
Dr. House is a registered psychologist in the province of Alberta. He works at the Edmonton Operational Stress Injury Clinic where he provides treatment and assessment services to Veterans, active-duty members of the Canadian Forces, and RCMP Officers. He also provides clinical supervision to graduate students and provisional psychologists and teaches masters-level courses in counselling. He maintained a small private practice for the past six years.
Dr. House is co-chair on the Edmonton Zone Psychology Professional Practice Council and serves on the Provincial Psychology Practice Council within Alberta Health Services. He has expertise and specialized training in cognitive behavior therapy (CBT), evidence-based trauma-focused treatments, and CBT for insomnia.
The Psychologists’ Association of Alberta (PAA) is approved by the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) to offer Continuing Education (CE) for psychologists. This workshop is offered for six (6.0) hours of CE Credit. Full attendance at the workshop is required to receive Continuing Education Credits. Partial credit will not be awarded, and late arrivals or early departure will preclude awarding of Continuing Education Credits. PAA maintains responsibility for the program.
Cancellation and Refunds
Cancellation and refunds may be applied for by email or phone call to the PAA Membership Officer. Cancellations received fourteen (14) days prior to the Continuing Professional Development activity will receive a full refund of the registration fee, less a $35.00 + GST processing fee. PAA reserves the right to cancel any activity, in which case a full refund of the registration fee will be provided.