CBT cognitive Behavioural Training Techniques in Kent

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CBT cognitive Behavioural training Techniques

Appointments and training in Cognitive Behavioural Training

What is CBT

CBT: Cognitive Behavioural Training Therapy is based on the psychotherapeutic approach which is used by psychologists and therapists to help promote positive change in individuals, to help alleviate emotional distress, and to address a myriad of psycho/social/behavioural issues. Aaron T Beck, a Professor of Psychiatry, developed Cognitive Behavioural Therapy during the 1960’s and it has continued to grow within the medical field since that date with growing evidenced based treatment for a number of common conditions from anxiety to depression.

CBT or Cognitive Behavioural Therapy  is based on the Cognitive Model of Emotional Response.

Cognitive-behavioural therapy is based on the idea that our thoughts cause our feelings and behaviours, not external things, like people, situations, and events.  The benefit of this fact is that we can change the way we think to feel / act better even if the situation does not change. Cognitive Behavioural therapists identify and treat difficulties arising from an individual’s irrational thinking, misperceptions, dysfunctional thoughts, and faulty learning.

What is the difference between CBT and other talking treatments?

CBT tends to deal with the ‘here and now’ – how your current thoughts and behaviours are affecting you now. It recognises that events in your past particularly thought patterns and behaviours learned in childhood have shaped the way that you currently think and behave. However, it does not dwell on the past, but aims to find solutions to how to change your thoughts and behaviours so that you can function better in the future.

Can be used for:Anger;Addiction;Certain anxiety disorders including panic attacks and panic disorder;Depression;Eating disorders;Obsessive-compulsive disorder;Pain management;Performance anxiety;Phobias;Post-traumatic-stress disorder;Sports performance;Stress managemen.t

Next Training for Cognitive Behavioural Therapy CBT

This training is at 26 Ewell Avenue, West Malling, ME196NN

It is organised by the Kent College of Hypnotherapy.

The training is non-accredited unless as an addition to the full hypnotherapy training and can be used as an add on tool.

Dates and costs for CBT Cognitive Behavioural training in  2017

5 Day in depth Training in CBT  total price for 5 days training of £295.

Commences 14th January.  Please see under accredited training.

 

Day 1

An introduction to the CBT Cognitive Behavioural techniques including a typical session.  Identify, analyse and evaluate automatic thoughts. Discuss and use a Dysfunctional Thought Record form (DTR) so that you can identify alternative thoughts.  You will be able to assess how this can change our behaviours and emotions.

Day 2
We will be using Assessment forms and techniques so that you can understand how to use an emotional intensity scale, and also a Depression and Anxiety Inventory.  The use of effective questioning techniques with plenty of practice and work with each other on your own thoughts and other case histories.

Day 3

This is about intermediate beliefs and rules and the attitudes and assumptions that are made as a result.  You will be able to identify these beliefs and evaluate the evidence of either your own assumptions or a case history and practice how these can be modified so that new more useful rules or beliefs can be put in their place.  This also includes thoughts like should and ought and the pressure and stress this produces in our lives.

Day 4

Working with and modifying core beliefs and how to use forms with a client with a typical session.  Understanding how core beliefs have such an impact on our lives in many different ways and how to help your client make these changes. Strategies for various problems and illnesses.

Day 5

Additional CBT Cognitive Training techniques and treatment including Converting a client’s problem into a SMART goal. Identify problem solving techniques using various worksheets.   Construct and develop a coping card activity chart and monitor chart.

For application form please email patwhitson@uwclub.net  or tel. 01732 846374. For further details

Or  www.kentcollegeofhypnotherapy.co.uk.

 

OR

 10 x Evenings date to be arranged.

These times commence from July 2016 and the courses can be adapted

 

The content course in CBT Cognitive BehaviouralTraining to include:

 

Evening 1 and 2

An introduction to the CBT model. Automatic Thought identification and evaluation.

By the end of the session you will be able to:

  • Give a brief description of the Cognitive behavioural therapy model
  • Identify the CBT client session structure
  • Identify automatic thoughts
  •  Analyse and evaluate automatic thoughts
  •  Instruct clients on how to use a Dysfunctional Thought Record form
  •  Evaluate and identify alternative ways of thinking using the DTR form

 

Evening 3 and 4

Case Conceptualisation. Assessment forms and techniques.

By the end of the session you will be able to:

  • Instruct a client on how to develop and use an emotional intensity scale
  • Complete a conceptualisation form and diagram
  • Complete therapy notes and feedback forms
  • Evaluate a Depression Inventory and an Anxiety Inventory
  • Identify effective questioning techniques to elicit automatic thoughts

 

Evening 5 and 6

Identification, evaluation and modification techniques; working with rules, attitudes and assumptions By the end of the session you will be able to:

  • Identify intermediate beliefs by evaluating the evidence provided by completed client forms and through the client interview
  • Complete a dysfunctional attitude scale and interpret the outcomes
  • Evaluate when it is appropriate to modify an intermediate belief
  • Construct new functional intermediate beliefs
  • Modify intermediate beliefs using various techniques

 

Evening 7 and 8

Identification, evaluation and modification techniques; working with core beliefs By the end of the session you will be able to:

  • Identify core beliefs by evaluating the evidence provided by completed client forms and through the client interview
  • Evaluate when it is appropriate to modify a core belief
  • Construct new functional core beliefs
  • Modify core beliefs using various techniques
  • Complete a core belief worksheet

 

Evening 9 and 10

Additional CBT therapeutic techniques, clinical application and treatment By the end of the session you will be able to:

  • Convert a client’s problem into a SMART goal
  • Identify problem solving techniques using various worksheets
  • Construct and develop a coping card
  • Develop behaviour experiments and identify the value of their application
  • Identify various uses of: a) activity chart and b) monitor chart
  • Identify and apply additional CBT strategies for various disorders/problems/illnesses

 

These trainings are  run at West Malling, Nr. Maidstone Kent. Phone 01732 846374 for details

 

Please feel free to contact me if you prefer on site courses.

 

 

 

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