By popular demand, CBT Australia will return in October 2017 to provide Hong Kong’s Health Alliance and Coaching Professionals the unique opportunity to master and consolidate Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Certificate in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy: 19 – 22 October 2017
Developed by Dr Monica O’Kelly, this comprehensive and practical 4 day course provides the fundamental framework and foundations of CBT practice.
You will develop a thorough theoretical understanding of cognitive behaviour therapy and the skills specific to this mode of therapy. Suitable for beginners and those looking to refresh their skills. It will cover the following four key areas:
• Introduction to CBT
• CBT with Depression
• CBT with Anxiety
• CBT with Anger
Strong emphasis is placed on learning through doing. Participants are given opportunity to practice their skills, receive individual feedback and observe therapy modeled by trainers.
Award on Completion
– Certificate in Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
– This course can also be the start of the pathway to becoming a member of the Academy of Cognitive Therapy which is associated with the Beck Institute
**To ensure low supervisor to participant ratio places in the Certificate of CBT are limited to 20.
CBT in Action – 18 October 2017
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) is a school of psychological therapies based on the premise that it is not what happens that causes how we feel but how we think about what happens. While this is a simple concept to understand it is not always simple to put the theory into practice. With a strong empirical base, CBT is becoming one of the most effective psychological interventions now in use. It has been shown to be useful in coaching contexts with a current ground swell in Cognitive Behavioural Coaching (CBC)
Based on the approaches of Beck and Ellis, this workshop bridges the gap between theory and practice focussing on developing CBT skills. After outlining the underlying theory, the workshop will focus on putting CBT into action with clients. Participants will be taken through the steps in the CBT sequence with live and video demonstrations before the participants practice the skills. There will be time for questions to clarify and process the learning of skill.
At completion, participants will walk away with some knowledge and tools that will enable them to integrate CBT into their practices.
Outline for the day
The first session – Initial assessment Basic ABC model
The CBC sequence
Identifying the Activating Events (A’s)
Identifying the Consequences (C’s)
Identifying the Beliefs (B’s)
Skills practice re:ABC’s
The importance of the B-C connection
Skills practice in helping the client understand the connection between thoughts and feelings
Incorporating the cognitive change into the overall therapy process.
Skills practice in re-evaluating and challenging unhelpful thoughts and developing helpful thoughts
Collaborative design of homework tasks.
Who can Join?
The CBT in Action workshop is designed for those in the helping professions including Executive or Life Coaches, Psychologists or Counsellors wishing to understand how the cognitive model of CBT can be integrated into shorter term, client focussed and goal oriented practices but are not in a position to invest in a four day certificate.
It is also suitable for those with CBT experience who feel they may have become stale in their practice would benefit from a refresher.
Award on Completion
– Certificate of Attendance
– Approved for ICF Continuing Coach Education Units – 6.5
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CBT Australia Returns to Hong Kong October 2017