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1 Program with James Shenk, Ph.D.
Dr. Shenk is the Director of the Cognitive Therapy Institute. He completed a Ph.D. in clinical psychology at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in 1988, and continued on as a postdoctoral research fellow at UCLA 1988-1989. In addition to completing a full time clinical internship accredited by the American Psychological Association, he received 3 years of postdoctoral training in cognitive therapy under the mentorship of Christine Padesky, Ph.D. at the Center for Cognitive Therapy in Newport Beach. During these years he specialized in individual and group treatments for panic, social phobia, OCD, and other anxiety disorders as well as depression and personality disorders. Dr. Shenk relocated to San Diego in 1991 and began directing the Partial Hospitalization Program for Depression at Sharp Mesa Vista Hospital while assuming leadership for an affiliation of licensed clinicians at the Cognitive Therapy Institute (CTI). In addition to a full time psychotherapy practice, he has taught cognitive therapy and supervised doctoral students at the California School of Professional Psychology (now in Alliant International University) since 1992. He also makes presentations at state, national, and international conventions and has co-authored articles on cognitive therapy and other clinical issues. Dr. Shenk is one of the Founding Fellows of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy (ACT), an international organization that evaluates and certifies mental health professionals regarding competency in CT, and has provided training and supervision in Cognitive Therapy to mental health professionals around California. He currently supervises clinical services of psychological assistants at the CTI and provides therapy for a range of individual, couples, and family problems. Dr. Shenk specializes in treatment of panic disorder, social phobia, OCD, generalized anxiety, specific phobias, depression, and relationship issues.

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Program Details
Anxiety and Stress Management in A Challenging Profession (1.0 Competency Participatory Credit)
Published by San Diego County Bar Association
Credit: CA
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