Webinar: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Interventions for Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adolescents with Eduardo Bunge, Ph.D.

Thursday, February 13, 2014 - 12:00pm


PowerPoint Presentation from the Webinar



This webinar will focus on new approaches for anxiety disorders in children and adolescents specially for specific phobias, panic disorders, and obsessive-compulsive disorders. Dr. Eduardo Bunge will provide examples on how to develop more intensive treatments in clinical settings.  

About the Speaker:

Dr. Eduardo Bunge is a trilingual psychologist (Spanish/English/Portuguese).

He currently is a visiting associate faculty at Palo Alto University.  At Palo Alto University, Dr. Bunge teaches in the Global Online M.A. in Counseling program and the residential M.A. in Counseling Psychology program.  In addition, Dr. Bunge is helping to develop Palo Alto University's Global Advancement of Counseling initiative in Central and South America. This effort includes the development of a High Tech Mental Health specialization certificate and introducing the M.A. in Counseling degree to students in Central and South America.

He also codirects a children and adolescents clinic in Buenos Aires: FundaciĆ³n Equipo de Terapia Cognitiva Infanto Juvenil (E.T.C.I).

He directs a cognitive behavioral therapy program at the Buenos Aires School of Psychology and is an Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology with Children and Adolescents at Favaloro University in Argentina.

He is a certified cognitive therapist and member of the steering committee of the AsociaciĆ³n Argentina de Terapias Cognitivas.

Willing to improve the knowledge and services of mental health in the developing countries of Latin America, he has been working on the dissemination of evidence-based approaches, through lectures, articles and published books all around South and Central America.

Dr. Bunge's most significant area of interest and contributions had been on internalizing disorders in youth and currently he is interested in the intersection of mental health and high tech (internet and mobile phone applications) for delivering mental health services and education