This course has specifically been designed for individuals who work directly with vulnerable adults and young people. Be it through social care, chartiy work or volunteering.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) combines therapies for treating mood and anxiety disorders. A collaborative process, the basic premise of CBT defines that emotions are difficult to change directly so instead emotions are targeted through change in thoughts and behaviour. Course participants will be expected to:
Reflect on current practice and experience
Consider different theories and approaches to counselling and the dynamics of communication.
Understand Five-Systems Model
Develop own empathic skills as well as developing non-verbal communication skills
Identify some cognitive behavioural strategies for promoting change
What You Will Receive
Certificate on completion
Catered lunch (please contact with dieatary requirements)