Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT)

Whether you’re thinking of pursuing a career in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, or you’d simply like to improve your life - this course will give you a great head start in understanding the talking therapy CBT. 

CBT is a structured methodology for people who actively want to make positive changes to their lives. The therapy helps people understand what triggers negative thought patterns and equips them to combat these as thoughts, feelings, or behaviours. 

After taking this course in CBT you will be able to recognise these patterns, improving the way you deal with everyday life and enhancing your well-being. You will also have taken your first steps to becoming a CBT practitioner and will be able to start helping others in the same way. 

Highlights

Using a variety of images and media, by the end of this course you will have learned:

  • What CBT is and how it can be applied to self-help
  • Principles of CBT
  • Recognising our emotions
  • Understanding our thoughts, feelings and behaviours
  • Recognising negative thought cycles
  • Challenging negative patterns of thoughts, feelings and behaviours
  • Finding alternatives

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Section 1: What is CBT?

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Unit 1.1 - Introduction

Begin your journey into Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, by understanding the proceedings of this course

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Unit 1.2 - What is CBT?

Identify what CBT is and determine how it is used and when to use it

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Unit 1.3 - The Principles of CBT

Understand the principles of CBT and the CBT triangle

Section 2: CBT in Practice

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Unit 2.1 - Anxiety

Recognise how CBT addresses anxiety

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Unit 2.2 - Let's Do CBT

Explore and clarify the difference between thoughts and feelings

Section 3: Thoughts, Feelings & Behaviours

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Unit 3.1 - Identifying Thoughts, Feelings & Behaviours

Recognise your thoughts, feelings and behaviours to make positive changes to negative habits

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Unit 3.2 - Understanding Thoughts, Feelings & Behaviours

Understand the relationship between thoughts, feelings and behaviours and negative thoughts

Section 4: It's All About You

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Unit 4.1 - Making Changes

Discover new alternatives to thinking traps and anxiety

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Unit 4.2 - It's All About You

Change unhelpful thoughts, feelings or behaviours

Section 5: Course Ending

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Unit 5.1 - Conclusion

Conclude your new understanding of CBT and its affect on anxiety, thoughts, feelings and behaviours

Pricing

Pricing is for 12 months access.

*The AUD price shown above is an estimate. Actual charges are based on the current exchange rate from GBP

Requirements

Software:

  • Required: none

Completion Time: 6 hours (average)

About the Author

Libby Seery

Libby Seery is a psychotherapist, counsellor and therapeutic life coach who specialises in the therapeutic use of technology. She is the founder of the Renaissance Life Therapies Training Academy, an online school offering a bespoke learning experience.

Libby runs a world-recognised practice in Harley Street, London, and practises both in person and online. She is published in her own right, and supervises the training of other doctors and therapists in areas of counselling and self-development. Her work has given her the opportunity to work with people from all walks of life, including referrals from charities and high profile global clients.