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Our half, one, two and five day courses introduce the theory, principles and therapeutic practice of CBT (a model of psychological understanding). The courses give an insight and appreciation of the skills and strategies of CBT in a way that enhances the consultation and assessment skills of professional staff working with individuals suffering from common mental health problems.

The courses are aimed at occupational health GP’s and other health professionals, Human Resource professionals, managers and employees.
For maximum benefit groups of up to 12 are ideal (up to 20 for the half day course).
For our clients’ convenience courses can be held on clients own premises or arranged off site if preferred (at additional cost to that quoted below to include travel and accommodation).
Introduction to CBT
This half day course covers the basic principles and theory it is aimed at obtaining a general understanding of CBT in practice and its general uses in clinical consultations.
Introduction to CBT and Application
This one day course covers the basic principles and theory and the application to common mental health problems; specifically anxiety and depression It is aimed at increasing and understanding the uses of CBT in managing common mental health problems
Introduction to CBT, Application, Formulation and Treatment Programmes
This two day course includes the basic principles and theory, application to common mental health problems; specifically anxiety and depression, formulation and application of skills in practice and structuring treatment programmes. It also encourages a structured approach to formulating specific therapeutic cases.
Introduction to CBT, Application, Formulation, Treatment Programmes and Comprehensive Overview
A five day course covering the basic principles and theory, application to common mental health problems; specifically anxiety and depression, the formulation and application of skills in practice and structuring treatment programmes. It gives a truly comprehensive overview of the use of CBT in a range of mental health problems and includes a review of case studies. It is aimed at developing interest for practitioners wishing to consider more in depth training.