This course will cover the main theoretical principles and interventions of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).
CBT is one of the most recognized and widely practised empirically validated therapies. This course focuses on teaching the most current CBT theory and interventions in a structured, systematic format. You will start with basic theory, learn how to conceptualize your clients' problems and use your CBT-based conceptualization to develop effective interventions. You will learn fundamental conceptual and intervention skills that are applicable to clients with a wide variety of problems including depression and anxiety, as well as other problems that clients bring to counselling.
This course is developed for the professional interested in:
- Learning about cognitive behaviour therapy in a structured setting that focuses on theoretical understanding, skill development and application.
- Learning how to conceptualize client challenges for interventions to be based on a clinical formulation.
- Learning cognitive behavioural interventions in a step-by-step manner, with structured skills practice that break down complex interventions into specific and concrete skills.