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TEAM CBT Clinical Practice Model- Relational and Ethical Implications

Total Credits: 3 APA Credit

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Bridget Hannahan PhD
3 Hours 15 Minutes
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Course Level: Intermediate 

Target Audience: Psychologists, LPC, LMFT, LCSW

Learning Objectives: 

  • List the possible case conceptualizations in TEAM-CBT
  • Explain the importance and utility of Testing in the TEAM-CBT model
  • Apply the Positive Reframe technique as used in TEAM-CBT & explain situations for its use.
  • Describe the steps of the Daily Mood Log tool in TEAM-CBT and its importance to therapy

This presentation will explain how the TEAM-CBT model works in a Catholic clinical practice. The elements of TEAM--Testing, Empathy, Assessment of resistance, and Methods--will be presented in the context of the Catholic understanding of the free will and dignity of the human person. The presenter will explain TEAM-CBT approaches to anxiety, depression, suicidal thoughts, relationship issues, and maladaptive habits. The Positive Reframe and Daily Mood Log, two foundational methods of TEAM-CBT will be demonstrated and practiced by participants. The goal is to give participants an understanding of the ethical and philosophical underpinnings of TEAM and a glimpse of the impact of a few specific approaches and a level of knowledge appropriate for those who wish to pursue further training in TEAM-CBT.

Cancellation Policy: 
Refunds will not be offered for this event, however every registrant will receive a copy of the recorded presentation and the opportunity to complete the home study and receive CE credits at a later date. Any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to Mary Hanys at for more details. 

The Catholic Psychotherapy Association is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. The Catholic Psychotherapy Association maintains responsibility for this program and its content.
This program does not qualify for NBCC credits

There is no conflict of interest or commercial support for this program. 



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Narrow Road Counseling, P.C.

An Alabama licensed psychologist since 1995, Bridget (O’Brien) Hannahan specializes in cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) for all ages, with a particular focus on OCD. She earned her M.A. & Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology from the University of Alabama and completed a pre-doctoral internship with a specialty in Clinical Child Psychology at UAB and Children’s Hospital of Alabama. After 21 years as a pediatric consultant, she established Narrow Road Counseling to broaden her practice. 

Licensed to provide telehealth in 37+ PSYPACT participating states, Dr. Hannahan is passionate about increasing access to evidence-based therapy, especially for OCD. She is a clinical member of the International OCD Foundation and offers Inference-based Cognitive Behavior Therapy (ICBT) for OCD. Initially certified in 2019 as a TEAM-CBT clinician, she achieved Level 3 TEAM-CBT status in 2021. She is passionate about sharing this approach with Catholic colleagues and has presented on TEAM-CBT at the 2022 CPA conference and in a 2023 webinar. She has also offered independent CE courses. 

A member of the Catholic Psychotherapy Association since 2014, Dr. Hannahan has volunteered as Region 5 coordinator since 2019. She has enjoyed speaking engagements in her local Catholic community. She has contributed reflections for a therapist's companion to Forty Weeks: An Ignatian Path to Christ with Sacred Story by Rev. William M. Watson, SJ, in a collaborative effort between CPA and Sacred Story Institute.