CBT Disney World

December 27, 2019 – December 29, 2019 all-day
Disney World's Yacht Club Resort
1700 Epcot Resorts Boulevard Orlando
Florida 32830 United States
$895 USD
CBT Canada
877 466 8228

The 9th Annual Disney World Conference will be held Friday, December 27 to Sunday, December 29, 2019 at Disney World’s Yacht Club Resort. Workshop hours are 8:00AM to 12:15PM. You’re totally free every afternoon and evening to join your family in exploring the world’s #1 theme park—and to delight in the joy on your children’s faces.

The 12.0 hour workshop is the acclaimed “triple strength” CBT for Depression module, accredited for 36.0 Mainpro+ credits by the College of Family Physicians of Canada. Please join us and you’ll gain a plethora of ultra-brief techniques to help your patients defeat depression and be happy. General interest topics covered include procrastination, perfectionism, rumination, self-criticism, self-handicapping, letting go of the past, decision-making, and evidence-based marital enrichment.

Head instructor Greg Dubord, MD is nicely warmed up after giving over 500 CBT workshops, and a University of Toronto CME Teacher of the Year. Assistant faculty includes UofT’s Angie Hong, MD who will be presenting on CBT tools for obesity, with a focus on the management of cravings, urges, and “food addiction”.

Please don’t delay. Space at the Yacht Club for this December 27-29, 2019 Disney World workshop is very limited. We sold out FAST again last year, and early registration is strongly recommended. 

This CME respects your time. This workshop is certified at the highest level (three-credits-per-hour) by the College of Family Physicians of Canada. Our 3:1 CME saves you an incredible amount of time (and therefore money) over 1:1 CME. Just have a look at the five-year benefit calculations.

Vacation CME has many advantages over local CME. See what your colleagues are saying, and explore the case for it being four-credit-per-hour CME.

Many physician leaders have been trained by CBT Canada over the past twenty years. Alumni include CFPC presidents (both national & provincial), department chairs, residency training program directors—and even a few doctors who are comfortable using drills & saws. For a compilation of testimonials, click here.

No shirt, no shoes, no CME. However, what you do after 12:15PM each day is entirely up to you. The CMPA now refers to physician well-being as “the missing quality of care indicator”, because it powerfully predicts patient outcomes. Physician, recharge yourself! 

36.0 Mainpro+ Credits