WELCOME TO THE WEBSITE OF THE WORLD CONFEDERATION OF COGNITIVE AND BEHAVIOURAL THERAPIES
The World Confederation of Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies
The WCCBT is a world organisation representing CBT and board members with representatives from:
Asian Cognitive and Behaviour Therapy Association (ACBTA): acbta.org
Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies (ABCT): abct.org
The Canadian Association of Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies (CACBT): cacbt.ca
Australian Association for Cognitive and Behaviour Therapy (AACBT): aacbt.org
Aotearoa New Zealand Association for Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies (): cbt.org.nz
European Association for Behavioural and Cognitive Therapies (EABCT): eabct.eu
International Association for Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (IACBT): i-acbt.com
Asociacion Latinoamericana de Analisis, Modificacion del Comportamiento y Terapia Cognitiva Conductua (ALAMOC): alamoc-web.org
Psychological First Aid presentation by Lata McGinn, PhD.
This presentation was created to train Polish Mental Health Workers to conduct Psychological First Aid with Ukrainian refugees. It is also relevant to a wider range of disasters.
It is available in English and Polish languages.
The Attack on Ukraine
The World Confederation of Cognitive and Behaviour Therapies is deeply concerned by the unwarranted attack and aggression on the Ukraine and the psychological impact that this is having on all the people who are being affected. The Ukrainian Association of Cognitive and Behavioral Therapy (UACBT) is a member of the EABCT and the WCCBT and we stand with them to support them through this increasingly difficult and stressful time.
World Congress of Behaviour and Cognitive Therapies 2019: Berlin
A special issue of the International Journal of Cognitive Therapy (March 2021) entitled “CBT at the Crossroads” has now been published. It includes 12 original review articles covering a wide range of areas from WCBCT2019 plus an excellent editorial by Simon Blackwell and Thomas Heidenreich. It has been published online and is well worth a read with most articles being open access. The link is
Congratulations to Simon and Thomas and to IACP for making this available
The Centre for Clinical Interventions (CCI) is pleased to announce the release of our latest set of consumer modules ‘Stepping Out of Social Anxiety’. Since the 2003 release of CCI’s original set of social anxiety modules,Shy No Longer, CCI’s social anxiety treatment program has evolved considerably to reflect the state-of-the-art of the theoretical and empirical literature, and the contributions of CCI’s own applied clinical research program. This culminated in our recent randomised controlled trial which demonstrated that our imagery-enhanced and verbally-based group CBT programs for social anxiety both had effect sizes comparable to the largest effects found in the literature to date.
More information here…