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The approaches presented are usable, up-to-date and strongly evidence-based. For helping professionals with therapeutic experience who want to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to incorporate Cognitive Behavioural Therapy CBT into their practice.
The initial two days of the Professional Certificate include an overview of the theoretical underpinnings of the CBT approach. Day 3 is designed to introduce the key diagnostic symptoms of anxiety to you, and the role of its physiological characteristics will be explored.
Particular focus is given to disorder-specific models for panic and social phobia. Day 4 focuses on Major Depressive Episode, symptoms, diagnosis and maintenance factors.
You are taught the importance of the use of pacing, goal setting and choice of intervention with depressed clients. Day 5, the Integration Day takes place in a relaxed atmosphere, where participants are given the opportunity to outline and describe how they have integrated the learning from the four core workshops and applied it to their practice.
Participants will be expected to submit relevant documentation supporting the evidence of 20 hours of client work and 3 hours of supervision on the day. Please note that students have 2 years to complete the course in its entirety from the date of enrolment.
Saturday 23rd February Day 1: Please note that students have 2 years to complete the course in its entirety from the date of enrollment. Additionally, therapeutic interventions introduced are practiced and skills developed through experiential learning, building confidence and developing the ability.
Objectives of the Two Introductory Days Students can expect to: CBT for Anxiety This workshop is designed to introduce participants to the key diagnostic symptoms of anxiety and the role of its physiological characteristics will be explored.
Experiential learning in the application of these models with the use of case studies will be an important feature of the day.
Participants are taught the importance of the use of pacing, goal setting and choice of intervention with depressed clients. Participants will be provided with the opportunity to role-play specific cognitive and behavioural techniques and will be given valuable feedback to enhance learning.
Integration Day The Integration Day takes place in a relaxed atmosphere, where participants are given the opportunity to outline and describe how they have integrated the learning from the four core workshops and applied it to their practice.
Each member in the group will be provided with feedback and assessed using the following criteria: Eoin has a particular interest in the relationship between addictions and mental health problems such as anxiety and depression and is a co-founder of Dual Diagnosis Ireland.
He is also well known for his therapy, training and media work in the field of behavioural addictions, and is a director of the Addictive Behaviours Centre. Foundation Level Theory and Practice Day 2: Requests for exemptions must be made in advance of starting the course.
Fees are non-refundable in all personal circumstances.depression by all the major CBT players, it is obvious that altering the client’s thinking habits along with encouraging the adoption of more functional behaviours would be the bedrock of the CBT solution.
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