Members - AGM Meeting
Attention CACBT Members. The Annual General Meeting will be held virtually on Friday, May 22, 2020 at 1-2:30PM EDT.
AGM materials are posted in the Member Login area.
Members should have received an email with further information and log-in instructions. If you have not received this, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
COVID-19 and the 10th Annual CACBT Conference (Cancelled)
Given the present situation and the rapidly changing climate since the COVID-19 outbreak, CACBT-ACTCC has made the difficult decision to cancel this year’s conference that was to take place May 21-23 2020 in Halifax. Read More...
About the CACBT
CACBT-ACTCC is a national organization developed by a group of Canadian mental health practitioners involved in the practice and theory of cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT). As the important role of cognitive and behavioural therapies in the treatment of a wide range of mental health conditions has been established, the Association has focused on training, advancement of knowledge, advocacy, and accreditation in CBT. Read More...
Become a Member
- New Members: Apply for 2020 Membership Now
- Existing Members and Affiliates, please use the Renewal Form
Applications for 2020 Membership opened Nov. 15th, 2019
($125 annual for Full Members or $60 annual for Students, plus applicable taxes)
CACBT-ACTCC grants certification to clinicians who have demonstrated advanced training and skill in cognitive-behavioural therapy. The purpose of certification is to indicate to other clinicians, consumers, relevant stakeholders, and the Canadian public that a clinician has the expertise to practice as a cognitive-behavioural therapist.
National Guidelines for Training in CBT
CACBT-ACTCC has developed training guidelines outlining what we believe to be are minimal standards to ensure proper training in the implementation of CBT. The National Guidelines for Training in CBT were developed 2019 and officially released at the 9th Annual Conference in Montreal on May 4, 2019. These guidelines are applicable to individuals who are in professional training or who want to develop their competencies in CBT. Our goal in the coming year will be to develop strategies to disseminate more broadly. We invite you to share this page with individuals you feel would benefit from these Guidelines. Read more...