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This course is the perfect choice for both individuals and professional therapists looking to expand and enhance their repertoire and portfolio. Although the course alone won’t qualify you as a therapist, many of my students that are considering a career in coaching, take the course so they can advertise themselves as a professional coach that uses cutting edge Cognitive Behavioural Therapy techniques.
CBT, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Depression, Anxiety, Phobias and Panic Attacks
Do you suffer from depression, anxiety, phobias or panic attacks? Many of us do to some degree or another. If so, this course on CBT for depression, anxiety and phobias is exactly what you’re looking for. CBT or Cognitive Behavioural Therapy is an innovative and effective approach to psychotherapy that has helped millions of people around the world manage and overcome a wide range of issues related to unwanted thoughts, feelings and behaviours.
One of the most defining features of CBT is its focus on teaching people to be their own therapists. The idea is not to make you dependent on years of therapy, but to teach you practical strategies and methods that you can use to deal with current problems right now, as well as to handle any future issues.
Depression, anxiety and phobias are some of the most common mental issues that people face in everyday life, and CBT can provide you with solutions to these problems immediately. In this course we’ll look at each of these in turn and outline strategies and methods you can use in order take control of your own mental health.
Here we’re offering a way for you to take charge of where your life is going. A way to be aware of the big and small things that happen in your life from minute to minute and day to day. We’ll address negative thought patterns, which will eliminate negative feelings and destructive behavioural patterns. CBT can provide you with solutions to anxiety, phobias, panic attacks and more, producing tangible results in a very short space of time.
How this will work in practice is that we will take a look at each type of issue. First depression, then anxiety and finally phobias. After ensuring that what issue actually involves has been made clear, we’ll look at under what circumstances each issue would qualify as something that needs serious attention. As a last step we’ll go over the aspects of CBT that you can apply all by yourself, without the need for external support or guidance.
CBT really is an amazing versatile model that can be applied to an array of problematic symptoms, producing positive results for you, right now. Don’t suffer a moment longer, take this course and discover the magic of CBT. As with all my courses, I’m on hand to provide support, 7 days a week.
This CBT cognitive behavioural therapy for depression, anxiety and phobias course, includes 35 downloadable resources. The course syllabus includes:
What is Depression
your Own Thoughts on Depression
Why Am I Depressed
Assessing Your Depression
Recording Your Thoughts and Feelings
Using CBT To Deal with Depression - First Steps
Using CBT To Deal with Depression - Next Steps
Targeting The Engines of Depression
What is Anxiety
Why Do I Feel Anxious
Assessing My Anxiety
Using CBT To Deal with Anxiety
Seven Types of Thinking Errors
Getting Over Social Anxiety - Part 1
Getting Over Social Anxiety - Part 2
The STAR Model
Dealing with Panic Attacks
Two Types of Thinking
Introduction To Core Beliefs
How Do Core Beliefs Develop
Identifying Negative Core Beliefs
Generating 'In-Between' Beliefs
A Crash Course in Phobias - Part 1
A Crash Course in Phobias - Part 2
Facing Your Fears
What is Agoraphobia
The Negative Cycle of Agoraphobia
How Do I Manage Agoraphobia
Libby Seery Founder of Renaissance Life Therapies – Ad.Dip.Psych, PGDip.CBT, Dip.Couns, Dip.Psych.Coach, Dip.NLP
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