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Experts in Psychotherapy: Professor Andrew Page on Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

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About this course: In this episode of Experts in Psychotherapy, A/Prof Rodrigo Becerra interviews Professor Andrew Page about the key principles and strengths of Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT).

Andrew Page is a Professor of Psychological Science at the University of Western Australia. He has been Associate Dean of Research and Associate Dean Graduate Research Studies with the Faculty of Science and is currently Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research). He worked as a clinical psychologist in the Clinical Unit for Anxiety and Depression (CRUfAD) and at UWA, and was co-director of the Robin Winkler Clinic where he was instrumental in developing the clinic’s individual and group treatment programs as a model of science-informed practice. For over 25 years, he has been a research consultant to the private psychiatric sector, including Perth Clinic’s Clinical Improvement Team and the Private Mental Health Alliance’s Quality Improvement Project. As part of Perth Clinic’s Clinical Improvement Team, he has developed the first daily symptom monitoring system for inpatient psychiatric patients. He is a past National President of the Australian Association for Cognitive and Behaviour Therapy and the inaugural winner of the Tracy Goodall Early Career Award in recognition of innovation in research. Andrew is currently Associate Editor with Psychotherapy Research and has published over 160 research papers, books, and book chapters. His books include the co-authored the text “Clinical psychology for trainees: Foundations of a science-informed practice” and he has been awarded teaching fellowships for his work in the training of clinical psychologists and developing training opportunities in rural and remote settings.

Format: 50 minute video interview