Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Promoting Self Care
This course provides a brief introduction to the principles and practice of CBT for those wishing to familiarise themselves with this intervention in a non- substance misuse setting within general health or social care. The course will allow practitioners to increase the chances of sustainable behaviour change by clients, through focussing on self- care and self reliance and moving away from service dependency by working with the client to identify barriers to change.
Who is the course aimed at?
All workers in health and social care whose clients/patients may benefit from CBT
Nursing Staff at all grades
General Health Care Staff including podiatrists, physiotherapists, dietitians and OT’s
How long is the course?
What will you learn?
– To understand the basic principles of CBT
– To understand and be able to discuss models of assessment
– To understand how to structure a CBT session
– To understand and be able to discuss the concept of Rational Emotive Behaviour Therapy
– To understand and demonstrate the basic techniques of CBT
– To be able to conduct a functional analysis
– To understand the use of CBT to promote self- reliance and lessen service dependency
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