Short Course / CPD
12 Days in the classroom over 2 semesters, (40 credits at level 6). Supported by E-Learn.
No Partner College
September 2016 - Wednesdays - Wednesdays: 28th September 2016 until 5th April 2017 (alternate weeks). From 9.30am-4pm., Or September 2015 - Sept 30; Oct 14, 28; Nov 11, 25; Dec 9; Jan 13, 27; Feb 10, 24; Mar 9, 23. From 9.30am-4pm.,
Students must be working in a clinical area relevant to the module content.
To read about the course in more depth, please download the course handbook: .
For information on possible changes to course information, see our Important Information.
Students are supported to develop their therapeutic skills and competencies in using a range of CBT interventions relevant to working with people with anxiety and depression. Students are assessed on their ability to implement CBT interventions with clients in their practice areas via case discussion and final assessment. As a result they develop skills in delivering CBT interventions in the work place. Students may study the module on its own for continuing professional development purposes, for the award of Advanced Certificate or for the BSc (Hons) Professional Practice.
All students must have access to work with a patient with a primary diagnosis of anxiety and/or depression, and be under supervision which they must arrange themselves.
All our lecturers on the course are practising cognitive behavioural therapists. Also some of our lecturers are active and prolific researchers in the field of cognitive therapies and regularly present at international conferences and publish high impact research.
1. To provide an opportunity to develop knowledge and understanding of the background, principles, models, and evidence base of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.
2. To enable students to enhance their skills and competence in using a range of CBT interventions relevant to working with people experiencing anxiety and depression.
Core dimensions 1-6
Health and wellbeing 1-7
Information and knowledge 1-3
Taught hours on the course and supervised hours in practice can count towards future accreditation with the British Association of Behavioural & Cognitive Therapy.
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For details of the standard fee for UK/EU students studying this course please contact the Faculty of Health and Wellbeing.
For 2018/19 fees please refer to our fees page.
Or, if appropriate, via CPD-Apply
Course information: Lisa Broadley, Lecturer, 01772 895190, firstname.lastname@example.orgModule information: Robin Bailey, Senior Lecturer 01772 893418 Email: email@example.com