Scientific Program

WCBCT 2010 Boston | World Congress of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies

Experience the World of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies in Boston June 2-5, 2010

Translating Science into Practice

Scientific Program

Welcome to the WCBCT Online Itinerary Planner!

Obtaining Continuing Education (CE) Credits at WCBCT:

Psychologists (through APA) and social workers (through NASW) can receive one CE credit for each hour of any workshop (pre-congress or in-congress) or master clinician seminar they attend (no partial credit is given so you must attend the entire workshop or master clinician session).  To register for these events, please sign up on the registration website and pay the required fee for the training as well as the general fee for CE credits ($89). At this time, general sessions do not count towards CE credit. In order to receive CE credit, attendees will be asked to sign in and sign out of each event and to complete an evaluation form.

Please note that submissions for papers and posters are no longer being accepted. If you were notified that your poster was accepted, please click here for formatting guidelines.


The WCBCT commemorates Neal E. Miller (1909-2002)

Dr. Neal Miller, a professor of psychology and neuroscience, proved to be a pioneering force in studies of motivation and, learning and reward. His influence in the areas of biofeedback and behavioral medicine was equally invaluable .

Neal Miller served as president of the American Psychological Association (1960-61), the Society for Neuroscience (1971-72 and founding member in 1969), the Academy of Behavioral Medicine (1978-79 and founding member) and the Biofeedback Society of America (1984).  In addition, he was honored with various awards and titles, including; the National Medal of Science, The millennial ANDP Award in Neuroscience Education, James Rowland Angell Professor of Psychology at Yale, Professor Emeritus at Rockefeller . Dr. Miller influenced a generation of psychologists and specifically behaviorally inclined psychotherapist.  It was already in 1950 that together with Dollard he argued (also cited In a letter he wrote to Joseph Wolpe, 1978) that: “psychotherapy as a process of emotional reeducation involving  the unlearning of maladaptive responses and the learning of more adaptive one.”

To read more about Professor Miller’s extensive and significant impact on the field of psychology go to