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Based on existing evidence-based models, we will cover how to apply the cognitive model of PTSD (Ehlers, & Clark, 2000) to formulate moral injury reactions and how to adapt key cognitive, experiential and memory-focused techniques derived from cognitive therapy for PTSD, as well as treatments for moral injury such as adaptive disclosure (Gray et al., 2012) to effectively treat the problem.This workshop will include case illustrations, video demonstrations, experiential exercises, and opportunities to discuss diversity within moral injury and how to bring this into formulation.This workshop is aimed at qualified CBT therapists and Trainee CBT therapists.
Dr Sharif El-Leithy is a Consultant Clinical Psychologist and
the clinical lead for the Traumatic Stress Service in South West London. He has over 20 years’ experience in treating PTSD, as well as supervising,
teaching and conducting research on the topic. He was a member of the NICE
(2018) PTSD guideline update committee. Dr El-Leithy co-authored the recently published
therapist manual “Working with complexity in PTSD: a cognitive therapy
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