Cognitive Processing Therapy training programs

Cognitive Processing Therapy training programs are held throughout the year at various locations. You can find out more details about the training on our page that outlines the two days.

Cognitive Processing Therapy Training Dates

Melbourne Training
March 1st and 2nd 2018
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June 21 st and 22nd  2018
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Hobart Training
March 15th and 16th 2018
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Sydney Training
October 25th and 26th 2018
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Brisbane Training
July 26th and 27th  2018
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What people are saying about the Cognitive Processing Therapy training

“An excellent workshop that has not only taught me many new skills but has consolidated & strengthened existing skills. The use of the manual (and provision of it!!) was fantastic and followed a clear structure.”

“This training was excellent – not too fast event though there was a lot of content. It is very applicable to implement in my practice and I highly recommend it to other clinicians.”

“Thank you, best PD I have attended in a very long time. A very good blend of theory and practical skills.”

“Great content, notes, manual, videos, Q and A, role-plays (challenging and informing)”

“This seminar was incredible. The therapy was relevant to my current practice and plan to begin using it immediately. There was a
lot of supporting evidence and it was presented in a way that allowed easy application with clients.”

“Really enjoyed videos’, role-plays and use of the manual in such a structured way. Looking forward to using CPT for PTSD in my practice.”

“Extremely useful and helpful – added to knowledge and skills base. Lots of information to digest but given in a digestible way.”

“Fantastic – so glad I did this – well worth it.”


A clinical psychologist, Jon is a registered supervisor with AHPRA. He has worked in the corporate sector, state government and federal government supervising clinicians dealing with trauma, and has a strong interest in the use of evidenced based therapies for treatment, especially for PTSD. He has worked with people exposed to a wide range of traumatic events: soldiers, war veterans/peace keepers, police, victims of assault, childhood sexual assault, sexual assault and domestic violence, and those involved in motor accidents.

Sessions may be face-to-face or via telephone or internet video conferencing

Supervision fees are charged on a sliding scale.

Practitioner resources

PCL5-SCORING This is a spread sheet to assist you with scoring the PCL5 and keeping a record of your clients progress in therapy.

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