Greg DubordAssistant Professor | Toronto, Ontario
Dr. Greg Dubord, MD is the CME Director of CBT Canada and a Lecturer in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto. Greg has given over 250 full-day CBT trainings, and he has been honored with top teaching awards, including from the University of Toronto's Department of Psychiatry. He is the most recent recipient of the “CME Teacher of the Year” award from the University of Toronto's Faculty of Medicine. Greg completed his orthodox CBT training under its founder, Dr. Aaron T Beck, and was the first Canadian Fellow of the Beck Institute.
In the late 90s, the Clarke Institute of Psychiatry (now CAMH) recruited Greg to establish the Intermediate and Advanced Cognitive Therapy Courses for the training of full-time cognitive therapists. He has led both courses for over a decade, and he co-directs their encompassing University of Toronto CBT Certificate Program. Greg is the Director of the Toronto Center for Cognitive Therapy, one of Canada's oldest CBT clinics. To further assist in the dissemination of bona fide CBT in primary care, the Center sponsors a variety of electives for family practice residents.