Founded in 1994 by Dr. Aaron Beck and his daughter, Dr. Judith Beck, The Beck Institute is a non-profit and the leading international source for training, therapy, and resources in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT). Along with their mission of providing state of the art psychotherapy to clients, The Beck Institute offers comprehensive training programs to health and mental health professionals.
Many organizations from around the world work with The Beck Institute to ensure that their therapists are trained in CBT. In 2012, Wolverine Human Services partnered with The Beck Institute to create a training program for Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare in which every employee could be trained to understand and utilize CBT year-round.
Every interaction with a client in treatment is meaningful. Therefore, we believe it is essential that employees are prepared to use Cognitive Behavioral Therapy throughout all of their day-to-day interactions. As staff gain a better understanding of CBT and its potential use cases during treatment, these staff can continue along in our training program to receive high levels of competency and even train other staff members in the future.
Cognitive Behavioral Therapy plays a major role in the Wolverine Difference. As the only agency in the world certified competent in CBT, Wolverine Human Services is able to provide the highest level of treatment possible to clients in our care. Learn more about what makes Wolverine Human Services one of the nation’s leading residential treatment facilities.