Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is one of the most widely-used evidence-based psychotherapy in the field of mental health. It is one of the most useful treatment approach for a range of mental and emotional issues.
It is one of the most basic skills for clinical psychologists or any clinicians working with people with mental illness.
You will learn:
Recommended for clinicians or students who wants to better their clinical skillset
Registration closes on 16 May 2018.
Lunch not included
There is evidence for CBT for the following conditions:
Any adult can attend basic CBT course.
A basic understanding of interview techniques and different types of mental illnesses is required. Participants should ideally have some exposure to patients, but it is not an absolute pre-requisite.
The course is most suitable for:
Talk to us if you have any questions regarding your suitability.
CBT course is one of the most basic skills a clinician can have. Being equipped with ‘another tool in your toolkit’ will benefit your patients and increase your chances of employment.
You can also add another skillset to your CV.
Depending on your profession and college, this course may be counted towards your continued professional development.
You may get apply for tax refund at the end of the financial year if this course is work-related.
The basic CBT course will take 8 hours (one full day).
You will gain knowledge of CBT and apply its principles for brief interventions. You will learn:
Our CBT coach is a psychiatrist with years of clinical experience and expert with CBT. This would add clinical validity and experience to learning CBT with an expert with wealth of clinical knowledge.
As with all FlexiMinds courses, course attendees are supported by:
With the on-line support forum, your learning will be enhanced as you bring clinical questions from your new-found CBT skills and receive expert help.
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