CBT For Mental Health & Psychological Disorders



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Offer ends 25 January 2021
Study method
Online, self-paced
30 hours
No formal qualification
Additional info
  • Tutor is available to students
  • Certificate of completion available and is included in the price

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This Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) course provides a comprehensive introduction to CBT. It will not only provide you with an understanding of CBT and how it is used to treat psychological disorders as a whole, but will also help you to identify negative thoughts and behaviours and teach you how to change them.

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Course Highlights

  • Includes 110 lectures and 7.5 hours on demand video.
  • Learn about what CBT is and how it can be used to treat a variety of psychological disorders.
  • Suitable for those interested in CBT and Psychology.
  • How to identify problems and find solutions and identify the key thoughts, feelings, beliefs and behaviours to work on
  • This course has been created for for anyone wanting to learn about CBT. It will educate you on how to do CBT for yourself, and also for anyone interested in CBT and how to treat and manage a number of disorders.

Course Overview

This course is suitable for anyone wanting to learn about CBT. It will educate you on how to do CBT for yourself, and also for others, as well as on how CBT can help children, workplaces and couples ; to treat and manage a number of disorders.

Instructor Bio

Dan Jones is an accredited hypnotherapy trainer with 20+ years of experience in hypnosis & the healing arts, whilst also carrying out extensive and impressive research in the field. 'At Home With Gok Wan' magazine described Dan Jones as 'the UK's leading personal development coach'.

Course Curriculum


  • Introduction
  • Course Overview
  • Course Objectives
  • Course Handbook
  • Course Workbook

CBT and the Course

  • CBT Course Workbook and Supporting Notes
  • Course Objectives
  • How Can CBT Help
  • Introducing CBT
  • Resources And Notes

What is CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy)

  • Introduction To What Is CBT
  • What Is CBT
  • CBT and Problems
  • Benefits of Doing CBT
  • Who CBT Works Best With
  • Development of CBT
  • Cognitive Behavioural Therapies
  • Quiz

Who uses CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy)

  • Who Uses CBT
  • CBT With Children
  • CBT With Couples and Families
  • CBT In The Workplace
  • CBT Coaching
  • CBT Self Help
  • Quiz

How do you do CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy)

  • Principles of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
  • How Do You Do CBT
  • Goals And Objectives
  • Scaling Measuring Progress
  • Quiz

Identifying Challenges, Problems and Solutions

  • Identifying The Problem
  • Identifying Challenges
  • Finding Solutions
  • Quiz

Negative Automatic Thoughts (NAT's)

  • Introduction To Negative Automatic Thoughts
  • Negative Automatic Thoughts
  • The Observing Self
  • Quiz

Thought Records

  • Introduction To Thought Records
  • Thought Records Part 1
  • Thought Records Part 2
  • Thought Records Part 3
  • Thought Records Part 4

Thinking, Feeling and Behaviours

  • Introduction To Thinking Feeling and Behaviours
  • Worry Map
  • The Connection Between Thinking and Feeling
  • The Power of Thoughts
  • The Causal Thought
  • The Downward Arrow Technique
  • Quiz

Challenging Negative Thoughts

  • Introduction To Challenging Negative Thoughts
  • Negative Thoughts Truth or Fiction
  • Commitment to Change
  • Four Stages of Learning
  • Coming Up With Alternative Perspectives
  • Quiz

When Negative Thoughts Are True

  • Introduction To What To Do When Negative Thoughts Are True.
  • When Negative Thoughts Are True
  • Developing A Plan Of Action
  • Introduction To Faulty Thinking Styles.
  • Quiz

Faulty Thinking Styles

  • Introduction To Faulty Thinking Styles
  • Recognising Faulty Thinking Styles
  • Recognising Faulty Thinking Styles Examples
  • Checking For Evidence
  • Quiz

Identifying Emotions

  • Introduction To Identifying Emotions.mp4
  • Identifying Emotions
  • Develop Emotional Intelligence
  • Identifying The Real Feelings
  • Quiz

Changing Behaviours

  • Introduction To Changing Behaviours
  • Changing Learned Behaviour
  • Behavioural Experiments
  • Introduction To Tackling Beliefs
  • Quiz

Tackling Beliefs

  • Behavioural Experiments
  • Introduction To Tackling Beliefs
  • The Difference Between Thoughts and Beliefs
  • Different Types of Beliefs
  • How to Discover Your Beliefs
  • Downward Arrow Technique
  • Challenging Beliefs
  • Challenging Beliefs continued
  • Creating Helpful Beliefs
  • Creating Helpful Beliefs continued
  • Creating Helpful Beliefs conclusion
  • Positive Data Log
  • Quiz

Additional CBT Therapeutic Ideas

  • Introduction To Additional CBT Therapeutic Ideas
  • Additional CBT Therapeutic Ideas
  • The Power of Imagination
  • Metaphorical Thinking
  • The Therapeutic Use Of Metaphors
  • Help Clients To Keep Motivated
  • Symptom Relief
  • Quiz

Relaxation, Mindfulness and Mental Rehearsal

  • Introduction To Relaxation Mindfulness And Mental Rehearsal
  • The Importance Of Relaxation
  • How To Calm The Mind
  • Breathing
  • Muscle Relaxation
  • Mental Rehearsal
  • Reframing The Past
  • Mindfulness
  • New Content

Treating Different Conditions With CBT (Cognitive Behavioural Therapy)

  • Introduction To Treating Different Conditions With CBT
  • Working With Sleep Difficulties
  • Working With Anxiety
  • Working With Depression
  • Working With Addictions
  • Working With Confidence and Self Esteem
  • Quiz


  • Challenges Of Doing CBT
  • What You Have Learned
  • Certificate

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Who is this course for?

This course is for anyone interested in CBT at a personal or professional level. It will provide and extensive overview of the therapy and how to apply it.


There are no prerequisites for this course

Career path

This course is suitable for healthcare professionals, psychiatrists or psychologist looking to learn another technique to teach clients to help alleviate the symptoms of a mental health problem.


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