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Neil Levitsky Neil Levitsky is offline
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Default Anyone going to APA in Toronto?

Just curious if anyone is going to the American Psychiatric Association's meeting may 20-25. Since I live in Toronto, I plan to take the opportunity to attend some of it. Not a lot is focused on CBT, but there are a few talks of note; Aaron Beck is speaking, and a few CBT courses and seminars are being offered.

For that matter, I'm curious if there are any other psychiatrists following this forum. It seems that CBT has caught on among psychologists far more than with psychiatrists, although I'm not totally sure of the reasons for this. I have some theories, but if anyone has some ideas, it would be interesting to hear, as to why psychiatry has been so slow to adopt CBT.

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