This comprehensive course is designed to teach the principles of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) to individuals who are seeking self-help and improvement in their daily lives. It is designed to help you identify and challenge problematic patterns in behaviour and thought.

The course will cover the basics of CBT and its effectiveness in addressing a range of emotional and behavioural problems, including anxiety and depression.

Participants will learn practical tools and techniques for recognising and changing negative thought patterns, and for developing more positive and effective ways of thinking and behaving. With a combination of interactive lessons, practical exercises, and engaging discussions, this course is the perfect resource for anyone who wants to take control of their mental health and improve their overall well-being.

This course includes:

  • An introduction to cognitive behavioural therapy

  • The history and origins of CBT

  • The development of CBT

  • Components of CBT

  • Worksheets & Workbooks to assist your CBT journey

  • Identifying issues and setting goals

  • Resources to empower you to take ownership of your life

  • Exercises in CBT and mindfulness

‘Cognitive Behaviour Therapy for Everyone’ is a self-paced, online course that is accessible to anyone, regardless of their prior experience with therapy or mental health. The course is designed to be practical and user-friendly, allowing participants to work through the material at their own pace and on their own time.

Throughout the course, participants will explore the core concepts of CBT and how they can be applied to real-life situations. The course will cover topics such as the connection between thoughts, feelings, and behaviours, the importance of recognizing and challenging negative thoughts, and the development of more positive self-talk. Participants will learn specific CBT techniques such as journaling, thought records, and exposure therapy, and will have the opportunity to practice these techniques through interactive exercises and and even a dedicated CBT facebook group for discussions.

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