CBT for Military Personnel: Scholarships Available for Health and Mental Health Professionals

Partial scholarships for professionals who treat our active duty and veteran military service members with psychological problems

Drs. Aaron and Judith Beck conduct Cognitive Behavior Therapy training for professionals at Beck Institute.

Health and mental health professionals who treat active duty military personnel, veterans, and their families require state-of-the-art training in effective treatments for depression, suicidality, anxiety, PTSD, substance abuse, anger, and personality disorders. The internationally renowned Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavior Therapy has trained thousands of civilian and military professionals in Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT), shown in hundreds of clinical trials to be effective for these and a wide range of other psychological problems.

To increase the number of professionals trained to provide evidence-based treatment, Beck Institute has begun a partial-scholarship program for CBT Workshops at Beck Institute.  Beck Institute offers a variety of Level I and Level II CBT workshops held numerous time per year. Visit Training & Scholarships to learn more about the CBT workshops and how to apply for a partial scholarship.

The Beck Institute also offers a number of other training opportunities to health and mental health professionals at all levels of expertise.

  • Senior Beck Institute Faculty travel throughout the world to provide on-site training. We will work with your organization to create a personalized training program to suit your needs.
  • Participants in the Beck Institute Supervision Program can elect to learn how to deliver competent CBT supervision.
  • Find complete information about these training opportunities on the Beck Institute website.

Sixteen VA & military mental health professionals attended the 9/09 CBT Workshop at Beck Institute.

Information for military service members (active duty & veteran), their families, and the professionals who treat them:

Many servicemembers suffer from depression, nightmares, flashbacks, posttraumatic stress, traumatic brain injury, and other serious problems.

These problems can affect them during and after deployment for months and, in many cases, for years.

Many do not get the appropriate help, leaving them and their families vulnerable to tremendous suffering.

In some cases (and this number is increasing), servicemembers take their own lives.

These problems can be effectively treated by mental health professionals trained in evidence-based Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT).

CFC-LOGO-67x36_edited-1Help us increase the number of mental health professionals trained in evidence-based treatment. Beck Institute is a proud participant in the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC Code: 11590).

Contact: info@beckinstitute.org

Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Soldiers
Beck Institute for Cognitive Behavior Therapy
One Belmont Avenue, Suite 700
Bala Cynwyd, PA 19004 USA
Tel: 610.664.3020; Fax: 610.664.4437

Email: info@beckinstitute.org

Soldier Suicide Prevention website: www.SoldierSuicidePrevention.org

Beck Institute website: www.BeckInstitute.org

Beck Institute is a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization.

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