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Limiting Access to Women’s Rights to Healthcare Detrimental to Mental Health and Wellbeing - The negative impact on the mental health of women who are denied abortion is well-documented in the psychological literature.
How We Clutter - Emotions and Beliefs Shape What We Purchase, What We Save.
Watch Charles Silverstein and Gerald Davison in the Documentary “Conversion” - A new documentary chronicles the half-century old debate on conversion therapy and ABCT President Jerry Davison's Presidential speech and Charles Silverstein’s part in it
ABCT Condemns the Florida Legislature’s Attack on LGBTQ+ Youth - ABCT Sexual and Gender Minority SIG Condemns Florida Attack on LGBTQ+ Youth
ABCT in Solidarity with the Ukrainian Association of CBT - Solidarity with the Ukrainian Association of CBT
Consumer and Provider Survey - Consumer and Provider Survey to learn about impediments to access to care.
Inaugural World CBT Day Presentations: April 7, 2022 - The WCCBT is proud to launch the inaugural World CBT day on April 7, 2022, the same as the WHO World Health Day.
Important Updates Regarding Convention Submission & Review Process for NYC, 2022 - Convention Updates from the Program Chair
Statement From the ABCT Board of Directors Regarding Texas Governor’s Order to Investigate Gender-Affirming Care as Child Abuse - ABCT supports Gender-Affirming treatment for adolescents
Demystify How We Choose the Convention Content - Learn about how Program Committee chooses Ticketed Sessions and General Sessions. We pull back the curtain.
Digital Drop-In: Discuss How Digital Tools Can Be Leveraged in Mental Health - We discuss how digital tools can be leveraged in mental health.
ABCT 2022-2023 Election Results - ABCT elects Sandra Pimentel as President Elect; Daniella Cavenaugh as Representative at Large; approves bylaws changes.
CBT interrupts cycles of poverty, trauma, and incarceration - Forbes highlights program focusing on highly vulnerable individuals; showcases CBT's effectiveness
Psychology Loses a Pioneer - Aaron T. Beck, MD has passed away at the age of 100.
ABCT Convention Update: Virtual Format - For the health and safety of our members, our Annual Convention will be held virtually this November.
The Postbaccalaureate Work Experience Before Mental Health Graduate Training - This webisode addresses frequently asked questions such as “when is it important to pursue a post-baccalaureate position” and “what type of positions are most appropriate for my career goals?
New Orleans in November - The ABCT leadership and staff are very much aware of the surge in COVID-19, its variants, and the potential impact on our November convention in New Orleans. The safety of our membership, attendees, and staff is a top priority.
Albert Bandura, In Memoriam - It is with great sadness that we inform you that Albert Bandura, one of psychology’s most important and influential proponents, has died. He was 95.
Create Healthy Communities: VOTE - August is Civic Health Month, and ABCT is pleased to partner with Vot-ER, a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that aims to create healthier communities by empowering more voices in addressing the social determinants of health through voter registration efforts. We ask that everyone make sure they are registered to vote.
“It’s OK to Be Not OK” - “Athletes like Simone Biles should be congratulated for speaking out about their health struggles,” said Tolin. “They deserve compassion and care, just like everyone else.” He quoted Biles: “At the end of the day, I have to do what was right for me.”
Patient Bill of Rights - ABCT’s Board of Directors have signed onto participating in solidarity with the Patient Bill of Rights.
Ending Conversion Therapy - ABCT applauds Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer for signing an executive directive to stop the use of state or federal funds for conversion therapy on minors.
ABCT Statement on Racism and Discrimination - ABCT is outraged by the murder of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, and countless others at the hands of police officers and broader law enforcement, healthcare, and many other societal systems that devalue Black lives.
Confronting Bad Behavior Is Not New - As the leadership and staff of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, we are shocked and saddened by the attack on the US Capitol and on American Democracy.
Potential for Positive Change - The leadership and staff of ABCT acknowledge the potential for positive change as a result of the conviction of Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd.
Asian Hate Crime - Staff woke up to the news that another Asian hate crime occurred, this time in our backyard in NYC.
Condemning Violence against People of Asian Descent - ABCT joined the Asian American Psychological Association (AAPA) in condemning violence against Asians and Asian Americans.
ABCT Statement on COVID-19 - We at the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies want to reassure you that concern and worry are normal and adaptive during a pandemic.
Task Force for Equity, Inclusion, and Access - ABCT expresses its support for the Asian American Psychological Association’s (AAPA) recent statement condemning violence against Asians and Asian Americans.
Meet APA’s New Science Officer - ABCT member Mitchell J. Prinstein, PhD, has been named the American Psychological Association's new chief science officer.
Psychollectibles - It's a treat to wander into an office and find that the therapist is so passionate about his work that it dominates his shelves, walls, window sills, and hallways.
Antonuccio Wins Research Award - The National Register of Health Service Psychologists presented its 2020 Alfred M. Wellner Lifetime Achievement Award for Research Excellence to ABCT Emeritus member David O. Antonuccio, PhD, ABPP, of the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine.
ABCT Member Barry Lubetkin Graces MSK’s Bridges Cover - ABCT Member Barry Lubetkin talks about melding his fight with cancer and working with his patients