Cognitive Behavioural Theory (CBT): An Introduction
Duration 1 day
Central Training's Introduction to CBT is designed to introduce delegates to the Cognitive Behavioural approach and how it can be utilised in day-to-day practice. The trainer will focus on the 10 Principles of CBT, the Automatic Negative Thoughts and their impact and the ABC Model of Cognitive Behavioural Theory. Throughout this interactive day, the candidates will have the opportunity to explore different tools and exercises to be able to support their clients in a more holistic way.
The course aims to equip delegates with the skills to:
Understand the CBT approach and how to utilise this in day to day practice Explore the 10 Principles of CBT and how to relate this to their client work Gain an understanding around Core Beliefs and Dysfunctional Assumptions Explore the challenges of Automatic Negative Thoughts and how to combat these Understanding around the ABC model of Cognitive Behavioural Theory Explore how the basic principles, exercises and approach can be implemented into key working and interaction
Methods of Delivery
This training is interactive and employs, group work, presentations and case discussions. Delegates are provided with comprehensive learner notes to facilitate learning.
- Course Content
- Training Considerations
- Related Courses
- CBT implementation
- The 10 Principles of CBT
- Core Beliefs & Dysfunctional Assumptions
- Automatic Negative Thoughts and their impact
- The ABC Model of Cognitive Behavioural Theory
All staff who are looking to expand their understand of client process, and who are looking to explore a deeper understanding of client responses and challenges
There are no training considerations for this course.
Participants will receive a certificate of attendance.
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