Certificate in using cognitive behavioural techniques with clients - 1 day workshop
Date & Time:24th February 2018, 10am - 4.30pm
Cost:Discounted rate of £160 for members of the NCH, GHR and BIH (standard rate £180
Sutton in Ashfield
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Please note: This course is accredited by the Complimentary Medicine Association and you will receive a certificated qualification on completion of the workshop.
Cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) focuses on the way people think, feel and act in order to help them overcome emotional and behavioural issues. It uses scientifically researched and tested method to bring about effective change.
It is used to treat a long list of issues including addictions, anger, anxiety, depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), low self-esteem, panic, phobias, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). It has a natural synergy with hypnotherapy and the two approaches can be combined together to form a powerful toolkit of interventions that last well beyond the end of client sessions.
This course will take you through a wide range of practical cognitive behavioural techniques that will enhance your ability to provide clients with easy to understand, long-lasting strategies to overcome present and future difficulties.
In just a few steps you will learn to help clients; uncover the hidden beliefs that have held them back for years, change harmful or unhelpful behaviours’, and deal with negative or oppressive feelings. The course will contain all of the material you need to help clients make a shift from solving current problems to reaching future goals. There will be a comprehensive guide to CBT theory, practical exercises for you to use with clients, and all of the supporting paperwork and forms for you to run successful cognitive behavioural techniques within your sessions.
On the workshop you will learn:
- What is CBT?
- Some working definitions of CBT.
- A brief history of CBT.
- Its main uses and NICE guidelines.
- CBT foundations, (e.g. skill based, client becomes own therapist).
- CBT Basics - the main CBT model.
- Thinking errors.
- Socratic questioning.
- Tools and techniques.
1. Thinking errors and thought forms.
2. Drilling down.
3. Belief change.
4. Problem solving.
5. Building new beliefs.
6. Setback planning.
About the host
Julie Hurst SQHP, MBPsS, is a psychotherapist and hypnotherapist. She runs a corporate practice working with major companies throughout the UK on issues such as stress, depression and anxiety in the workplace. In her private practice, she specialises in supporting adults who’ve suffered trauma and/or abuse.
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