Cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) is a commonly used form of talking therapy. It is widely used to treat a number of minor and more serious conditions with a high success rate.
It has uses both in adult mental health and in working with children and young people and has a multitude of practical applications.
Many front-line staff may use some of the theory behind CBT in their day to day role without even realising they are doing so.
This course is aimed at any professional who has an interest in finding out more about the subject and for those who might be considering more formal training in the subject.
By the end of the course learners will understand the origins of CBT, the basic theory behind the principals and the type of conditions that CBT can treat. Learners will also see a real-life case study so as to be able to understand the use of CBT in a real-life scenario.
This course is separated into 5 modules.