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Join Libby Seery for Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) training course.
This Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Training Course has been specifically created so that people can easily apply the principles of CBT, in order to make profound positive change, to almost any area of their life,
Waiting around for doctor’s appointments when you can help yourself isn’t ideal right? Then this online CBT course is good to learn from, whether you are just thinking of taking up a new skill or you want to make significant changes in your life to benefit you, Libby Seery gives you the support you require to make sure you take control and push anxiety out!
Whether you are brand new to CBT, or are already familiar with the model, this training programme will be of immense personal and professional value.
Because of how adaptable CBT is, it can be used in many different settings. As well as being a therapeutic therapy, it can also be used in the home, in schools, in the workplace.
As well as helping people address many emotional and psychological conditions, it is extremely effective when used as a practical problem solving tool, to aid conflict resolution and can be used to enhance confidence and to improve relationships.
“This course will be life changing, as you learn how adaptive CBT is, and how you can apply it to many situations, big or small”. Libby Seery
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is probably the most multifaceted, proven counselling model in existence. This Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Training Course, will give you a great appreciation of the concept of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), enabling you to apply this model to many different areas of your personal and professional life, in order to make the changes you want for yourself.
CBT is both versatile and adaptable and is often used:
- In schools for children with behavioural issues
- In the workplace for practical problem solving
- In hospitals to treat mental health conditions
- In the home for settling conflicts surrounding family dynamics
- As a self help therapy for identifying negative behaviours
Who is this course for?
- Those who are brand new to CBT
- Those people who have some experience already and wish to expand on this
- People who wish to heal themselves at home, addressing issues such as; anxiety, stress, depression and phobias
- Those people wishing to address negative thought patterns that may be preventing them from progressing in their careers and forming successful relationships
- It is also an excellent management tool for those people living with ADHD and ADD
- CBT is highly effective in treating addictive disorders such as alcohol and drugs and gambling
- Those people wishing to build on their confidence and self esteem.
What are the requirements?
- Everything you need for a life changing experience is contained within the course
- The only thing you will need to get the most from this course is somewhere quiet to practise the meditation
- If you prefer, you may use a chair or yoga mat, but these are optional and certainly not essential
- Suitable for every level
- Lesson 8: Who Uses CBT
In this lecture we'll take a look at who uses CBT, and what they use it for.
- Lesson 12: The Principles Of CBT
In this lecture we will learn the principles of CBT and how our thoughts, feelings and behaviours affect each other.
- Lesson 13: From Triangle To Table
In this lecture, with the help of examples, you will learn how to record information about your thoughts, feelings and behaviours.
- Lesson 9: CBT for Children
Learn how CBT can be used to help children who suffer from low self-esteem for reasons such as bullying.
- Lesson 10: CBT for Relationship Issues
Learn how CBT can be used to heal broken relationships to better understand and fix issues between people.
- Lesson 11: CBT in the Workplace
CBT can be used to help build better relationships and solve problems in the workplace, this lesson will show you how.
- Lesson 14: Anxiety
With the use of examples, we discover how a certain amount of anxiety can be a positive thing. We also take a look at the body's trigger to activate our fight or flight response.So when is anxiety a problem? Lets find out!
- Lesson 15: Anxiety Exercise
This lecture is a practical exercise in identifying negative cycles of anxiety. We recommend that you have a look at the downloadable resources included, before starting the exercise.
- Lesson 16: Anxiety Conclusion
In this lecture we start to look for patterns, using the results from the Anxiety Exercise.
- Lesson 17: Anxiety Coping Cards
We've included some coping cards, neat little cards for you to access during stressful moments.
- Lesson 18: Clarification of Thoughts and Feelings
- Lesson 19: Exercise: lets do CBT
This lecture is another practical exercise. This is to explore our thoughts, feelings and behaviours, in even more detail, and have a deeper level of self awareness.
- Lesson 20: Negative Cycle of Anxiety: Katryna
- Lesson 21: Negative Cycle of Depression: Sarah
- Lesson 22: Negative Cycles
- Lesson 23: Be Creative
As this lecture title suggests, being creative can be the perfect way to explore and understand ourselves. The more we understand and recognise our thoughts, feelings and behaviours, the easier it will be, to recognise negative patterns and make positive changes.
- Lesson 24: Examples of Creative Diaries
- Lesson 25: Case study: Alexandra Identifies Anger
This lecture is another practical exercise. Remember to use any questions as a prompt, and include as much detail as you can, being as creative as you wish!
- Lesson 26: Case study: Terrance and OCD Triggers
- Lesson 27: Metaphors: Metaphorical Thinking
Metaphors can be an excellent tool when trying to identify with our thoughts and feelings and how we react to them.
- Lesson 28: Metaphors: The Kitchen Cabinet
- Lesson 29: Practise
Emphasising the importance of continued practise.
- Lesson 30: Understanding Thoughts, Feelings & Behaviours
Using the information we've collected on ourselves, we start to understand the relationship between thoughts, feelings and behaviours.
- Lesson 31: Negative Automatic Thoughts
In this lecture we explore and understand why we have automatic thoughts, and the types of automatic thoughts we have.
- Lesson 32: My Negative Automatic Thought Diary
In this lecture we will be taking a look at recording negative automatic thoughts in a diary, and how to identify your own personal negative automatic thinking patterns.
- Lesson 33: Thinking Traps & Balanced Alternatives
We take a look at some of the more common thinking traps, along with a healthier alternative way of thinking.
- Lecture 34: Case Study: Geraldine
- Lesson 35: Case Study: Robert
- Lesson 38: Be Prepared
- Lesson 39: Practise Practise Practise
The more you practise, the bigger the rewards!
- Lesson 40: It’s All About You
Create your own haven and have access to everything that makes you smile!
- Lesson 41: What Now
Here is another opportunity for us to remind you of the importance of practise, and to encourage you to continue.