We won! Best of State for Mental Health Education
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We are so excited to win Best of State in Mental Health Education for 2024! For this award, UCEBT's nomination was reviewed by a panel of judges specific to the education division. Judges were selected from all over Utah and volunteer their time to review and score applications. Each judge has been recommended by a Utah Chamber of Commerce, an industry association, or a Utah mayor's office, as being a leader or expert in their particular field. Nominees are judged on three criteria. Achievement in the field of endeavor: Overall quality and excellence of the nominee's performance, product ..read more
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New Round! Understanding and Coping with Emotional Pain
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We have a new 12-week virtual group starting April 6, 2023! This group uses the evidence-based therapy approach Skills Training in Affect and Interpersonal Regulation (STAIR) for individuals currently experiencing distress from trauma. Taught by Cristina Chévere-Rivera, Psy.D. and Stephanie Taylor, Ph.D., this group is geared toward adults who are currently in therapy or who are transitioning out of therapy. REGISTER HERE. At the end of these 12-weeks, you will have: Enhanced coping skills to navigate distress and regulate difficult emotions.  The skills to make decisions bas ..read more
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Q&A with Dr. Stephanie Taylor: How To Identify and Manage Conflict in Relationships [PART 1 of 3]
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We sat down with one of UCEBT's couples specialists, Dr. Stephanie Taylor, to ask about conflict in relationships. What's it all about? Why is it important? How can it be managed? Read along in part 1 of this three part series to see what Dr. Taylor says about the role of conflict in relationships. Dr. Taylor: I would like to get started with a couple of disclaimers about this. I'll just be going over a couple of things based on the Gottman method. But this is not a substitute for couples therapy. And nothing that I talk about today is meant to be used in relationships where there ..read more
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5 Myths About Psychodynamic Therapy
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Psychodynamic psychotherapy is an evidence-based treatment that emerged from the psychoanalytic scholarship, which began with Sigmund Freud. While most textbooks on psychotherapy mention Freud, they do not include the evolution of psychodynamic thought and this can lead interested clinicians to think that they cannot implement psychodynamic interventions in their practice.  Nicholas Schollars, Psy.D. will present 5 myths about psychodynamic psychotherapy, and 5 ways psychodynamic therapy can be implemented in a modern healthcare system.  ..read more
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What is RO-DBT?
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Radically Open Dialectical Behavior Therapy (RO-DBT) is an evidence-based behavioral treatment for individuals who cope with their emotions by engaging in excessive self-control. These individuals are often described as being “type A”, perfectionistic, guarded, and hard to read. While our society usually puts a high value on our ability to exert self-control and delay gratification to achieve our goals, research has shown that too much self-control can hurt us, especially our relationships!  Healthy long-term relationships require flexibility, adaptability, and open expression of emotio ..read more
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Dr. Applewhite on Therapy for Black Girls Podcast
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The Therapy for Black Girls Podcast is a weekly conversation with Dr. Joy Harden Bradford, a licensed Psychologist in Atlanta, Georgia, about all things mental health, personal development, and all the small decisions we can make to become the best possible versions of ourselves. Check out this episode that features UCEBT's Dr. Kimberly Applewhite as she discusses her journey to becoming a therapist and talked all things personal development, business administration, insurance paneling, and more ..read more
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UCEBT is Approved by APA for Continuing Education
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We are thrilled to announce that UCEBT has been approved by the American Psychological Association (APA) to sponsor events that provide continuing education credit for psychologists across the United States. This is a significant achievement for us, and we are honored to receive this recognition from the largest professional organization of psychologists in the United States. The APA's approval of our organization as a sponsor of continuing education credit is a testament to the high-quality educational programs we provide to psychologists. Our organization has demonstrated that we meet or e ..read more
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We won Best of State!
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We are so excited to share that we won Best of State in two categories!!! Community Development: Mental Health Services Education: Mental Health Education The Best of State awards are different than other types of awards. Best of State is not a popularity contest. Our nominations were reviewed by a panel of judges who judge us based on the following criteria: Overall excellence, superiority and quality of a nominee's products, services or performance; Creativity which nominees display to differentiate themselves from their competition; and, Nominee's accomplishments to improve t ..read more
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Q&A with Dr. Stephanie Taylor: How To Identify and Manage Conflict in Relationships [PART 3 of 3]
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We sat down with one of UCEBT's couples specialists, Dr. Stephanie Taylor, to ask about conflict in relationships. What's it all about? Why is it important? How can it be managed? Read along in part 3 of this three part series to see what Dr. Taylor says about the role of conflict in relationships.  Continuing on from the previous post, here are the remaining two of the four types of conflict: #3. Contempt This is a big one. This is a single best predictor of divorce. Contempt is almost like a form of disrespect. It is different than criticism. It's almost like criticism from ..read more
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Q&A with Dr. Stephanie Taylor: How To Identify and Manage Conflict in Relationships [PART 2 of 3]
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3M ago
We sat down with one of UCEBT's couples specialists, Dr. Stephanie Taylor, to ask about conflict in relationships. What's it all about? Why is it important? How can it be managed? Read along in part 2 of this three part series to see what Dr. Taylor says about the role of conflict in relationships. Is the goal just to eliminate negativity? The goal in therapy with our couples is not to eliminate the negativity. It's tempting to declare war on negativity, but negativity can be very productive in relationships. Those are the things that sort of highlight stuff that doesn't work for a ..read more
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