Program

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

Cognitive Behaviour Therapy

As one of the most recognized and widely practiced, empirically validated therapies, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) has become a useful tool, either alone, or in combination with other therapies for treating a broad range of disorders.

Our dynamic experiential learning approach is experienced in a collaborative online environment through discussions, videos of specific CBT skills, group and individual activities. You’ll develop skills that you can immediately bring to your clinical practice, and benefit from observing demonstrations of interventions by experienced CBT therapists followed by clinical discussions and questions.

In addition to the online classes, an integral component of the program is weekly homework, which typically includes reading and written exercise where you’ll apply the conceptual and intervention skills you are learning to case examples. Homework helps you immediately use the material you’re learning, and creates an opportunity for your facilitators to provide individual feedback.

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What You’ll Learn

If you’re new to Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, you can gain a thorough introduction in our Fundamental Skills course.

You’ll explore 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.

In our CBT Specialization for Anxiety, you’ll have an opportunity to explore the basic theory of anxiety from a CBT perspective, learn how to distinguish between the various anxiety disorders, and develop specific techniques applicable to each of them.

Program Overview

These courses can be taken individually and do not combine to form a formal program, however the CBT Fundamentals is advised as a prerequisite to the CBT Specialization for Anxiety course.

Program Length

1 Month

Format

Online

Class Size

Under 30 Learners

Course Duration

2 days online + 12 Hours of Activities and Independent Study

Effort

Average 3-6 hours per Week (varies)

Total Investment

$925 per Course

Available Courses

This course will cover the main theoretical principles and interventions of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT). CBT is one of the most recognized and widely practiced 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.

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Upcoming Courses

The CBT Specialization for Anxiety Program focuses on applying CBT theory and interventions to the various anxiety disorders. You will start with the basic theory of anxiety from a CBT perspective, as well as the theory behind the general behavioural and cognitive techniques. You will then learn how to distinguish between the various anxiety disorders, and learn specific techniques applicable to each of them.

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“Every contact, no matter how brief, is an opportunity for change – that change can occur quickly and with limited practitioner time.”

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Who Should Enroll in this Program

This program has no formal prerequisites but the programming is designed for clinical practitioners.

Most Commonly Related Occupations

Psychotherapists

Psychologists

Counsellors

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