Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a form of talking therapy used to help clients overcome mental health issues by changing their thought patterns and rewiring the brain. It is used to treat a wide range of psychological disorders, from depression and anxiety to addiction and anorexia. Whether you are looking to find out more about CBT for yourself, or wish to pursue a career in counselling, this course will provide you with up-to-date knowledge of this effective psychotherapy treatment.
The course explores the CBT model in-depth, its benefits and the common psychological issues it can effectively treat. It also provides an overview of NICE guidelines for identifying depression and other mental health issues, with a particular focus on eating disorders. You will learn about the different categorisations of eating disorders, the social and family factors that contribute to eating disorders, and the core psychology of eating disorders.
By the end of the course, you will have a range of communication skills required to become a CBT therapist, with extensive knowledge of person-centred psychological support, including Socratic questioning. You will learn how to design an action plan for your clients and set long-term goals, plus much more.
All the courses advertised on this website are studied online. There is no need for you to attend a venue to gain one of our qualifications.
The course is designed to display correctly on all devices including PC’s, Tablets and Mobile phones. As long as you have an internet connection you can log on and study.
Yes. Each course has an end, of course, multiple-choice test that will test your knowledge of the course modules you have just studied.
The pass mark for the end of course tests is 60%