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Introduction to CBT (MASTER)
You can use CBT to help young people change unhelpful cognitive distortions and behaviours, and replace them with develop helpful coping strategies.
Anyone can become stuck in negative and unhelpful thinking patterns which can affect how we live our lives.
Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a powerful talking therapy designed to look at thoughts, feelings and sensations as they occur in the present moment – and explores helpful ways to deal with them.
CBT can be helpful with a range of mental health issues, such as phobias, panic disorders, insomnia and substance abuse.
This is a one day course designed to give participants up-to-date knowledge and practical skills to use when supporting young people to manage their emotional health and wellbeing, applying CBT techniques to real-world situations.
By the end of the day, participants will:
- Understand the history and underpinning principles of CBT approaches
- Have examined the fundaments of a solution based approach
- Practice basic skills in the application of CBT
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We also offer a range of therapeutic services, including CBT – which can help you meet your own mental health challenges by addressing your present thoughts and negative thinking patterns.