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Discover how Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) can allow you to transform the way that people think, feel and behave.
What you'll learn You will learn practical CBT based tools and techniques that you can use with clients, in your personal life, career or relationships right away. The course demonstrates the practical application of CBT in any professional helping relationship (counselling, pastoring, parenting, managing etc). You will learn how to plan a session with your client and some tips on how you set take-away tasks for clients to complete outside of session time. You will be shown exactly how to break through people's limiting self-philosophies to help them live more empowered and autonomous lives. Learn to establish healthy professional boundaries with your clients and create an environment that's conducive to helping them realise their goals. Understand how to facilitate the positive transformation of how people think, feel and behave when pursuing their goals or objectives in life. You will learn to understand the primary motivations reasonings behind most forms of behaviour (both productive and destructive behaviours). You will be shown how to carry out CBT practice sessions and also understand a useful framework for structuring your sessions with others. You will learn about how the mind processes day-to-day experiences and transforms your interpretation of them into emotions, fears, passions, actions and ultimately, outcomes. This course will teach you how to become more self-aware of (and improve) the way that you communicate, alongside the psychology behind these communication styles. This comprehensive training course is packed full of professionally produced CBT resources, which will enable you to start coaching people immediately after completion. PLUS: Get access to our great online FB community and practice your newfound skills right away. On completion of the course, you can also apply to join Achology: The Academy for Modern Applied Psychology.
Requirements No prior knowledge of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is required to enrol in this course, making it ideal for those who are just starting out in this perspective-transforming career field. Many self-reflective ideas are presented throughout the course, and as such students are encouraged to undertake personal journaling (this is for self-reflection only and isn't required for submission). You can complete this 32+ hour course in your own time at your own pace. We advise that you allow up to two months to achieve. Our teaching is supported through the Udemy Virtual Learning Environment. This means you can access a range of materials to support your studies wherever you are, on desktop, laptop, tablet, or smartphone. To navigate this online training, it is necessary for participants to have access to a PC with stable Internet connection.
Description Endorsed by the Academy of Modern Applied Psychology (Achology), this Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Certificate Course, will teach you a broad range of CBT principles and processes to help you completely transform the way people commonly think, feel and behave.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is a popular form of applied psychology that is now widely used by life coaches, counsellors and mental health professionals. Due to the sound empirical basis for its effectiveness, CBT has become the helping modality of choice for many of today's common emotional problems, such as sadness, anxiety and anger-related issues.
The Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) Certificate Course begins by introducing you to the main foundational ideas and history of the established fields from which it belongs: Cognitive Psychology and Behavioural psychology.
If your intention is to study CBT for your own personal development, many people will agree that this can be one of the greatest investments a person can make into his or her personal/professional growth.
If your intention is to work as a coach, counsellor or professional helper, this course outlines the skills and insights you will need to effectively embody the role, the CBT process itself, and also how to maximise your own personal mental and emotional wellbeing through the process.
This course will guide you through the practical application of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy in any helping context (coaching, therapy, teaching, managing or parenting). Starting off with how to identify another person's needs, you will learn to guide others through the process growing in self-awareness and in their ability to self-regulate and make better decisions.
Who this course is for? One reason that psychology is such a popular major is the subject matter. We all want to find out more about what makes us tick, and why people act and behave the way they do. Another draw to cognitive/behavioural psychology is the helping nature of the profession. There are many ways to professionally help people in careers other than clinical psychology. Having an understanding of your own personality and an insight into your own behaviour can give you a unique perspective on a workplace project or role. Ideal students for this course are those who want to work more successfully in different 'people' environments. If you're considering a career in people management and human resources, you'll require skills in specific areas including conflict management, collaboration and leadership. The CBT framework is excellent for this. Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a fascinating and challenging subject. However, many people don't know that it also helps you develop a number of interpersonal skills and transferable workplace abilities. Communicating effectively with other people is a key skill in almost every workplace. This ability is developed and improved by every Cognitive behavioural therapy student, often without even realising it. A high percentage of students enrolled in this course already work as professional helpers, or, aspire to become a professional helper in some context. Therapists, alternative therapists, parents, managers, leaders, pastoral teams, coaches, leaders, communicators and salespeople. Homepage