Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Diploma Course
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Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, or CBT, is the therapy of choice for medical practitioners referring patients that are struggling with certain destructive behaviours. It is a well recognised system of training a patient to identify and reconstruct certain negative thought processes which may be affecting their lives.
Our feelings and emotions influence how we deal with every event. Negative emotions can adversely affect any part of our lives. For example a woman who has suffered physical abuse feels she can no longer cope because her self-esteem has become so low. CBT helps her to picture certain situations she faces and to examine the thought processes which convince her she is not equipped with the necessary skills or confidence.
It is an extremely valuable tool which is very highly regarded not only by mental health consumers but also medical providers too. One of the main reasons is it is such a popular therapy, apart from its convincing results, is the fact treatment tends to be over a very short term and focused on a specific problem. This makes it very accessible at a cost which people can afford.
This fully certified and comprehensive CBT Diploma course will teach you a wide range of CBT techniques to help you to identify any of your own thoughts and behaviours that may be limiting your progress in life and to help you to help others to do the same. This course will take you from a complete beginner in CBT to Diploma level and will take you upto 200 hours to complete from home. The course is fully certified via the IANLPC, upon completion of the course assessment you will receive 3 CBT Diploma certificates from the IANLPC, the IAHT and Centre of Excellence.
Our CBT training will teach you:
- How CBT fits into the healing framework
- How to identify your own negative thought processes and how to construct more positive ones
- How to use these powerful CBT techniques with yourself and others
- An understanding of peoples needs to hide their own feelings and desires from themselves
- Counselling ad psychotherapy skills
- How to identify more difficult problems and the pathway of referral
This course is ideal for those that are either complete beginners to the field of CBT and are considering making a career change to become a CBT Therapist, with the aim of getting an insight and understanding of CBT, or existing CBT Therapists, teachers, coaches or parents looking to reinforce their knowledge or to pick up some new skills. This course is also ideal if you are interested in a career in CBT, though are unsure if you want to commit yourself financially and time wise to a full CBT qualification.
1 What is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy?
1.1 History of cognitive psychology
1.2 History of behavioural psychology
2 Human Emotions
2.1 The biological component of emotion
2.2 Expression of emotion
3 Levels of Change
3.1 Motivation to change
4 Counselling Skills 1
4.1 Characteristics of effective helpers
4.2 Basic counselling skills
5 Counselling Skills 2
5.1 The counselling process
6 Counselling Skills 3
6.1 Professional boundaries
6.2 Professional supervision
6.3 Ethical codes
7 Counselling Approaches
7.1 Development psychology
8 Introduction to Cognitive Behaviour Therapy Principles
8.1 Characteristics of CBT
8.2 Irrational belief patterns
8.3 The ABC model
9 Planning a CBT session
10 Basic Cognitive Behaviour Techniques
10.1 Automatic thoughts
10.2 Altering cognitive distortions
11 CBT Techniques Continued
11.1 Thought stopping
11.2 Challenging core beliefs
12 CBT Applications: Depression
13 CBT Applications: Anxiety
14 CBT Applications: Phobias
14.1 Systematic Desensitisation
15 CBT Applications: Insomnia
15.1 Sleep hygiene
15.2 Sleep diary
15.3 Sleep restriction method
15.4 Cognitive restructuring
16 CBT Applications: Anger Management
16.1 Anger Control
17 CBT Variations: Dialectical Behaviour Therapy (DBT)
18 CBT Variations: Solution Focussed Brief Therapy (SFBT)
19 Case Study 1
20 Case Study 2
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